What We Do
- GP appointments
- Blood Tests
- Smear Tests
- Childhood Vaccinations
- Travel Vaccinations
- Maternity (Pregnancy) Care
- Comprehensive Health Checkups (MOT Exams)
- GMS (Medical Card) Services
- Under-6 & over-70 Medical Cards welcome
- Insurance Medicals
- Medico-Legal Reports
- Driving License Medicals
- Suturing (stitches) & Suture Removal
- Ear Syringing
- Fertility Testing (Female/Male)
- Contraceptive Pill Appointments (reduced rate)
- Cervical Smears
- Diaphragm Fitting
- Natural Family Planning Methods
- Depo-Provera Contraceptive Injection
- Contraceptive Coil (Mirena/Jaydess/Copper Coil)
- Implanon NXT Contraceptive Implant (insertion/removal)
- Sexual Health (STI) Testing & Treatment
- No Scalpel Vasectomy Surgery
Dermatology and Community Surgery
- Minor surgery including the removal of lumps, bumps and moles.
- Steroid Joint Injections
- Cryotherapy (Liquid Nitrogen - removal of warts)
- Skin Care including mole checking and other treatment options.
- Ingrown toenail treatment and advice.
What We Charge
Parent and Child Consultation
(two family members)
Pill Prescription Visit
PSV License Medical
Travel Vaccination Consultation
Who We Are
Dr. Killian Bates
Dr. Killian Bates, General Practice doctor in Bath Avenue Medical Centre graduated from Trinity College Dublin in 2004. Following training posts in Ireland in Obstetrics, Gynaecology, and Paediatrics, he completed training in General Practice in the UK, including a busy hospital post in Dermatology. He is an experienced family planning doctor and postgraduate trainer. He has worked in Family Planning Clinics in Ireland and the UK, and completed specialty training in Vasectomy Surgery. He is experienced in providing travel advice and travel vaccinations. He training in the area of Community Surgery, with postgraduate academic qualifications in the areas of Dermatology, Reproductive Health, Child Health, and Occupational Health Medicine. Please visit our First Choice Vasectomy website to learn more about Dr Bates' No Scalpel Vasectomy clinic at Bath Avenue Medical.
Dr. Bates is married with two children, and lives in South Dublin.
Paddy O'Rourke, Physiotherapist
Paddy O'Rourke is a Chartered Physiotherapist who qualified from Northumbria University in 2011. Remaining in the UK he gained 3 years experience under the guidance of a Premier League Physiotherapist primarily treating acute neck and back injuries and sporting athletes. Continuing his career in Canada he has added Dry Needling, Functional Movement Screening (FMS), biomechanical assessments and instructing mat Pilates to his skill set. Paddy continually achieves an exceptional standard of rehabilitation for all his patients. For more information or to book an appointment please see our Physiotherapy page or visit Paddy's website at www.z10physiotherapy.com
Bath Avenue Medical Centre
4 Bath Avenue,
T: 01 6686990 F: 01 9081498
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How To Get Here
By Car to Beggars Bush
Plenty of on-street car parking available on Bath Avenue, or around the corner on South Lotts Road.
By Dublin Bus
Alight on junction of Northumberland Road and Haddington Road from routes 4, 7, 7n, 16 and 63. Walk east on Haddington Road. Walk across Grand Canal Street Upper onto Bath Avenue. Find us on left hand Side before the Railway (DART) bridge. (290m - 4 minutes)
For details of other Dublin Bus routes please look at our How to Get to Bath Avenue Medical Centre page.
By DART to Grand Canal Dock
Alight at Grand Canal Dock Station. Turn right on Barrow Street. Turn left onto Grand Canal Street Upper. Walk south to junction with Bath Avenue on left. Find us on Left Hand Side before the Railway viaduct (DART). (400m - 6 minutes)
By Bicycle or Dublin Bikes
From Barrow Street Dublin Bikes Station (600m - 3 minutes)
From Grand Canal Quay Dublin Bikes Station (800m - 3 minutes)
From Trinity College (1.5km - 6 minutes)
You can lock your bicycle to the bike racks outside Freeman's bike shop, immediately beside the medical centre.
By Luas to Charlemont Stop
Alight from Luas Green Line at Charlemont Luas Stop. Descend to street level on Grand Parade (south bank of Grand Canal). Walk east straight along Grand Parade, Mespil Road, then Haddington Road, to reach Bath Avenue (1.8km 22min walk)
For details of other Luas routes please look at our How to Get to Bath Avenue Medical Centre page.
Try our 5 in 5 Health Check with Immediate Results
What is a 5 in 5 Health Check?
A 5 in 5 Health Check consists of five tests, each explained in detail below, that have been put together in one package to provide you with a detailed ‘snap shot’ of your health. We can help further if you have questions related to the Health Check or talk to the Doctor if you need further information about what you can do next.
Body Mass Index
Body Mass Index (BMI) This is the ratio of your height and weight. This number is most healthy if it lies between 20 and 25. In practice, most people lie between 20 and 30. A higher BMI number may increase the likelihood of certain conditions such as diabetes or ischaemic heart disease.
Blood Pressure (BP) is important for assessing our risk of certain conditions, including Heart Attack (Ischaemic Heart Disease), and certain types of Stroke (Cerebrovascular Disease). Ideally, BP should
fall below 140/90 mmHg.
Heart Rhythm is normally regular. When it is not, a Heart Rhythm like Atrial Fibrillation (A.Fib) increases the likelihood of suffering a Stroke. Many people with A.Fib do not know that they have it. Knowing about A.Fib allows correct treatment to reduce or prevent the risk of suffering a Stroke (CVA).
Blood Glucose (Sugar Level) is normally tightly controlled in our body. A high level of Blood Sugar might be a sign of Diabetes Mellitus (Diabetes). Blood Sugar Levels are normally kept within a range of 4 to 9 mmol/L. When blood sugar levels are higher, a blood test before breakfast (Fasting Blood
Glucose) can help to check the risk of Diabetes.
Cholesterol is very important. We need some Cholesterol in what we eat to remain healthy. Too much Cholesterol in our body system can create a risk of Heart Attack (Ischaemic Heart Disease). If your Cholesterol is high, a calculation called QRISK might help to decide whether lowering your Cholesterol may reduce your risk of having a Heart Attack.
When we're Here
The Medical Centre phone is answered every weekday between 8am and 6pm, and on Saturday between 9am and 3pm
The door is open during Surgery Hours - please come in and sit in the waiting room to see the Doctor
Morning Surgery Hours: Monday to Friday, 10am-12:30pm (by appointment)
Afternoon Surgery Hours: Monday to Friday, 3pm-5:30pm (by appointment)
Saturday 2pm-4pm (by appointment)
Earlier and later appointments available by arrangement
Half Day on Wednesday
If you have an appointment to see the Doctor, please press the door buzzer when you arrive.
***St Patrick's Bank Holiday Hours***
Saturday 17th March 2pm - 4pm by appointment only
Monday 19th March SURGERY CLOSED