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Patient Registration Form 2015
Patient Registration Form 2015
Please print out this form if you wish to join our practice. One form per person. There is a fee of €15 for every person 16 years and over. Paying the fee does not guarentee acceptance, it is up to the GP if she will accept registration.
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Practice Leaflet 2015
Practice Leaflet 2015
Please read our practice leaflet before your fill in the PATIENT REGISTRATION FORM, as our practice may not suit everyone's needs.
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Citizens Advice
Citizens Advice
Welcome to Citizens Information. This site provides information on public services and entitlements in Ireland. It is provided by the Citizens Information Board. Learn more about Citizens Information or how to use this site. You can also get Citizens Information by phoning the Citizens Information Phone Service on 0761 07 4000, Monday to Friday, 9am to 8pm, or by visiting your local Citizens Information Centre.
http://www.citizensinformation.ie
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Need to get a Certificate ??????
Need to get a Certificate ??????
Order certificates of birth, adoption, stillbirth, marriage, civil partnership or death on this, the official Health Service Executive website, using a secure payment facility. Choose from the options to read more about this site and get started.
http://www.hse.ie
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Claim for Carer's Allowance
Claim for Carer's Allowance
Carer's Allowance is a payment to people on low incomes who are looking after a person who needs support because of age, disability or illness (including mental illness). If you qualify for a Carer's Allowance you may also qualify for free household benefits (if you are living with the person you are caring for) and a Free Travel Pass. Carer's Allowance is not taken into account in the assessment for a medical card. If you consider that you have been wrongly refused Carer's Allowance, or you are unhappy about a decision of a social welfare deciding officer about your entitlements, you can appeal this decision.
http://www.welfare.ie
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Maternity Benefit Form
Maternity Benefit Form
Maternity Benefit is a payment made to women who are on maternity leave from work and covered by social insurance (PRSI). You should apply for the payment 6 weeks before you intend to go on maternity leave (12 weeks if you are self-employed). If you are already on certain social welfare payments then you may get half-rate Maternity Benefit. If you think you have been wrongly refused Maternity Benefit or you are unhappy about a decision of a Social Welfare Deciding Officer about your entitlements, you can appeal this decision.
http://www.welfare.ie
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Med 1 (Tax Refund on Medical Expenses through Revenue)
Med 1 (Tax Refund on Medical Expenses through Revenue)
You may claim tax relief in respect of the cost of certain medical expenses paid by you. Details on the main medical expenses that qualify for relief (qualifying medical expenses) are given in the Items of Expense section. However, you cannot claim tax relief for any expenditure which: has been, or will be, reimbursed by another body such as the VHI, Laya healthcare, Hibernian Aviva Health, the Health Service Executive or other body or person has been, or will be, the subject of a compensation payment relates to routine dental and ophthalmic care. If you have a query regarding any medical expense, you may contact your Regional PAYE Lo Call Service.  
http://www.google.ie
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Application Form for Invalidity Pension
Application Form for Invalidity Pension
Invalidity Pension is a weekly payment to people who cannot work because of a long-term illness or disability and are covered by social insurance (PRSI). At 66, you transfer to State Pension (Contributory) The higher Invalidity Pension rate of €230.30 per week that used to be paid when claimants reach age 65 was discontinued in 2014. The new rate payable to people aged 65 (and under) is €193.50 per week. This applies to people claiming Invalidity Pension who reach their 65th birthday from 2 January 2014. Existing 65 year olds are unaffected. This measure is being undertaken in line with the abolition of the State Pension (Transition) from 2 January 2014.
Application for Invalidity Pension
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Long Term Illness Application Form
Long Term Illness Application Form
If you have certain long-term illnesses or disabilities, you may apply to join the Long Term Illness Scheme and you will be supplied with a Long Term Illness book. This book allows you to get drugs, medicines, and medical and surgical appliances directly related to the treatment of your illness, free of charge. It does not depend on your income or other circumstances and is separate from the Medical Card Scheme and the GP Visit Card Scheme.
http://www.hse.ie/eng/services/list/1/schemes/lti/ltiform.pdf
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About us

Tallaght Medical Practice

Main speciality:
General Practice

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Emergency and service numbers

TLC-DOC is a service provided by local GPs, with the support of the HSE, and located in Tallaght Cross west across from Aldi Tallaght Rd, Cookstown, Dublin. Local GPs have formed a cooperative to provide out-of-hours care for their own patients. This service will provide GP appointments for urgent medical conditions on weekday evenings and weekends. 1890 20 22 24 Please do not ring this number before 6.00 pm Monday - Friday, or 10.00 Sat/Sun & Bank Holidays.

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Merck Manual of Medical Information (Home edition)

The Home edition of The Merck Manual of Medical Information is based on the world's most widely used textbook of medicine, but written in everyday language by around 300 outstanding contributors.
Merck Manual of Medical Information (Home edition)
The book covers many difficult medical concepts, but is written in everyday language.
Merck Manual Home Edition


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