Contact and Public Transport Information

Please note: The laboratories cannot deal with direct enquiries from patients. If you have a query about your genetics test‚ please refer to the doctor who ordered the test. Ask them to contact us on your behalf if they cannot answer your query in full.

Information on how to to get to N.C.M.G. can be located further down the page.

Contact Form

Use the following form to automatically send an enquiry to the relevant Centre department.

Please note: Consultants cannot answer enquiries from patients by e-mail. If you have a clinical question for a consultant, please telephone or write to the Consultant concerned using the numbers provided below.

Required fields are marked with a red asterisk (*).

Mailing address

National Centre for Medical Genetics
Our Lady’s Children’s Hospital
Dublin 12

Telephone numbers

Departmental telephone numbers:
General enquires01-409 6739 (voicemail)
Clinic Booking 
Professor Green01-409 6902
Dr Reardon01-409 6069
Dr Lynch01-409 6298
Dr Harinder Gill01-428-2800
Cancer Genetics01-409 6722
Lab secretary01-409 6737
Cytogenetic enquiries01-409 6970
Molecular Genetic enquiries01-409 6733 (voicemail)

How to get to NCMG

The Centre is located at the rear of Our Lady’s Children’s Hospital, Crumlin.

By Car:

Patients and visitors to the Genetics Clinic should use the patient car park at the front of the Hospital (entrance on Cooley Road) and follow the instructions listed in the Finding us on arrival section below.

Visitors to the Genetics Laboratories should use Hospital Entrance 5 on Errigal Gardens. Go around the back of the Children’s Research Centre and the entrance to the Laboratories is on your left. Please be aware that parking space is very restricted and that fire access clearways are rigorously enforced. Patients are not permitted to access the Genetics Clinic via the laboratory entrance.

By Luas:

Nearest Luas stop is Drimnagh (Red Line), about a 12-minute walk up Sperrin Road to the Hospital, or connect here to the 123 bus.

By Bus:

The following Dublin Bus services stop outside the hospital:

  • The 77A from Dublin city centre to Tallaght.
  • The 56A from Dublin city centre to Tallaght.
  • The 123 from Marino to Our Lady’s Hospital.
  • The 122 from Dublin city centre to Our Lady’s Hospital.
  • The 150 from Dublin city centre to Walkinstown.
  • The 18 from Sandymount to Palmerstown.

Google Maps

A Google map showing the Hospital location is available. The Hospital’s GPS Location is GEO: 53°19'33.17"N, 6°19'16.76"W

Finding us on arrival

The National Centre for Medical Genetics is at the opposite end of the Hospital from the main entrance. Ask at reception for directions, or follow the silver line on the wall.

Laboratory working hours

The NCMG laboratories routine working hours are from 9.30am to 5pm Monday to Friday.