QuickCare - Minor Injury & Illness Centres
Introducing QuickCare, a new urgent care benefit available to all laya healthcare members aged 12months+, giving them rapid access to a new network of minor injury and illness centres that offer the latest in diagnostic services.
We are partnering with two world-class providers: Affidea ExpressCare centres and MyMedical Urgent Care centre, who will launch an exciting new network of walk-in minor injury and illness centres across Ireland. Urgent-care centres are now open in the Elysian Cork, in Tallaght Cross East, Dublin 24 and in Cherrywood Business Park, Dublin 18.
The new QuickCare benefit covers consultation and treatment of a wide range of minor illnesses and injuries in approved centres including minor burns, sports injuries, fractures and sprains or possible breaks. Treatment will also be available for minor illnesses including fever, rashes and infections.
Subject to their level of cover, members will be covered up to €375 per visit in direct settlement to cover an ‘urgent care’ consultation and related treatment in approved minor injury and illness centres.
QuickCare benefit was introduced to all laya healthcare schemes in January 2018.
Open 365 days a year
|Affidea ExpressCare Cork||The Elysian, Eglinton Street, Cork City, Co. Cork||10am to 9.30pm|
|Affidea ExpressCare Tallaght||
Unit 1, Tallaght Cross East, Tallaght, Dublin 24, Co. Dublin
|10am to 9.30pm|
|MyMedical Urgent Care Cherrywood||Block D, Cherrywood Business Park, Dublin 18, Co. Dublin||
Monday to Friday, 10am– 10pm
Saturday & Sunday 10am - 8pm
- Walk in Consultant-led minor injury and illness centres across Ireland.
- Clinics are open from 10am to 9.30pm, 365 days a year, with no appointment required for urgent care.
- The clinics aim to treat patients within one hour, and will treat young children from 12 months onwards.
- Urgent-care centres are now open in the Elysian Cork, and in Tallaght Cross East, Dublin 24.
- Laya healthcare members have access to the latest diagnostic services on-site including ultrasound, CT, MRI and X-ray.
- ExpressCare centres treat a wide range of minor illnesses and injuries, including minor burns, sports injuries, fractures and sprains or possible breaks. Treatment is also available for minor illnesses including fever, rashes and infections.
MyMedical Urgent Care
- Walk-in Consultant-led consultation and treatment for minor injuries and illnesses.
- The centre is open Monday to Friday, 10am– 10pm, and Saturday & Sunday 10am - 8pm - open to the public 365 days a year, including laya healthcare members aged 12months+.
- Full-spectrum medical practice offering the most modern and advanced treatments in healthcare in South County Dublin.
- Their new MyMedical Urgent Care Centre in Cherrywood, South County Dublin is now open.
- Treats a range of minor injuries and illnesses including high fever and vomiting, infections and rashes, allergies and hayfever, minor eye and ear injuries, minor head injuries, cuts and wound care, minor burns, insects and animal bites.
Please note that laya healthcare-approved urgent care centres may offer additional clinical services which are not covered under the QuickCare benefit e.g. physiotherapy, dental treatments, vaccinations.
In addition to our QuickCare benefit, laya healthcare members also have access to public & private A&E departments. Find out more here
The minor injuries and illnesses service provided by Affidea Express Care and MyMedical Urgent Care is delivered at the discretion of both providers. The medical services and treatment solutions they offer as part of their urgent care centres may be reviewed from time to time and we advise members to check directly with each provider to ensure they have the most up to date information on what services will be provided. Go to Affidea or MyMedical for more information.
CareOnCall exclusive to laya healthcare members
For minor illnesses, our members will often turn to our CareOnCall service, with GPs, nurses and physiotherapists available for our members to talk to 24/7 and 365 days a year.
Whether you’re at home with a sick child, or feeling poorly, you can now see a GP face-to-face online or have a quick telephone call, wherever you are, and at a time that suits you!
No travel, no parking, no long wait required. So register for CareOnCall today.