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Map & Directions for the Centre at St James's Hospital

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St. Luke's Radiation Oncology Network
at St. James's Hospital, Behind Hospital 1,
St. James's Hospital, Dublin 8
01 420 6900 01 420 6990

Map & Directions

St. James's Hospital is on the south side of Dublin, 2.5 km from the city centre, close to Christchurch, the Guinness Storehouse and Heuston station.

Location of the St. Luke's Radiation Oncology Centre at St. James's Hospital

St. Luke's Radiation Oncology Centre can be reached using a link corridor at Hospital 1 and 2 or a link corridor from the main hospital entrance area. Follow signs for Route 2.


By Bus

The following bus routes serve the St. James's Hospital area:

  • Bus No. 123
    Walkinstown to Griffith Avenue, through St. James's Hospital campus.
  • Bus No. 40
    Finglas to Liffe4y Valley Sthopping Centre via James's Street
  • Bus No.13
    Harristown to Grange Castle via Ballymun Shopping Centre, Drumcondra Dart Station, Naas Road and James's Street.
  • Bus No. 17
    Blackrock Dart Station to Rialto.
  • Bus No. 68
    Newcastle to Hawkins Street via Rialto.
  • Bus No. 68A
    Bulfin Road to the City Centre via Rialto.
  • Bus No. 122
    Drimnagh to Ashington via Rialto.

Please see for more information.


The reception staff at St. Luke's Radiation Oncology Centre at St. James's Hospital can call a taxi for you.


The Red Line between Tallaght/Saggart and Connolly has a "James's" stop at the James's Street entrance to the hospital. This is also very near the St. Luke's Radiation Oncology Centre. This line also serves Heuston and Connolly Stations.

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Train Services

Heuston Station is near St. James's Hospital and services the following routes: Cork, Tralee, Limerick, Waterford, Ballina/Westport, Galway and intermediary stations.

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Traffic Restrictions

To help ensure peoples safety and security, St James's Hospital has introduced a traffic management strategy to reduce the 'through traffic' to the hospital.

This means access through the Rialto Gate is restricted. There is access only for staff with valid permits, emergency vehicles and Dublin Bus.

James's Street entrance to the hospital is now the main public access point.

There are traffic restrictions at the James's Street entrance at peak traffic times but this will not affect genuine visitors to the hospital as intercoms which are monitored in the hospital's security control room are in operation.

For emergency vehicles or Dublin Bus, there are no restrictions at all.

To gain access to the hospital's emergency department, private vehicles should use the intercom located at the access barrier.

Driving and Car Parking

There are a limited number of parking spaces at the hospital and we encourage the use of public transport where possible.

There is an underground public car park for patients and visitors with 367 spaces. It is located off Junction 2 (see map on page 2).

There is direct access to the main hospital and reception from the car park using the lift or stairs.

Access to St. Luke's Radiation Oncology Centre at St. James's Hospital is via the Route 2 link corridor from the main hospital. There is limited additional surface parking at Junction 2.

There are two parking payment machines. One is inside the main entrance to the hospital and the second is in the underground car park next to the lifts. You may also pay at the office near the exit of the underground car park.

There are a number of disabled parking spaces in the underground car park and also at Junction 3 and at other locations around the hospital. You must display a Disabled Driver sticker.

Car parking at St. James's is managed by an external provider. In the interest of safety and to ensure the flow of traffic around the hospital, all vehicles parked unofficially are clamped and a release fee applies.

If you need help, there are car park staff on duty to assist you.


Disability Act 2005 

Under the Disability Act 2005, public bodies must appoint Access Officers.  The Disability Access Officer will arrange assistance and guidance for any person with a disability who needs to visit our centres.