Information on COVID-19 – what to expect when attending SLRON

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Information on COVID-19 – what to expect when attending SLRON

Dr. Clare FaulMessage from Our Network Director, Dr Clare Faul, Radiation Oncologist and the Staff of St Luke’s Radiation Oncology Network

We know this is a very uncertain time and many emotions and stresses are being added to what you are already experiencing with your cancer care and recovery Coronavirus (COVID-19) is a new virus. We are still learning about it every day. This is an evolving situation and every day our services are responding to the needs of our patients.

Let us reassure you that you will continue to experience the excellent care we provide no matter what the circumstances. We as a Network are always available to advise and support you during this time.



staff(A few of our SLRON Staff practicing social distancing)


Commencement of COVID-19 Patient Vaccinations

SLRON are pleased to announce the commencement of our COVID-19 patient vaccination programme.

We will contact eligible patients directly to invite them to attend for vaccination over the next number of weeks. The pace of vaccinations will be dependent on supplies received by the Network and patients will be vaccinated in line with HSE guidelines.

Please note that you should not contact us directly with specific queries regarding the vaccination programme. Any information the Network has will be shared on this website.


Information on COVID-19 – what to expect when attending SLRON

What to expect when attending SLRON during COVID-19 (Visiting / Scheduled Appointments).
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Hugs from Home

Let a loved one know you are thinking of them by sending a message during their stay.
Email your letter to hugsfromhome@slh.ie
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Patient Support

Psycho-oncology Patient Support leaflets.
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