Northdoc Medical Services CLG are part of D-Doc, the GP OOHs service covering the majority of the population of north Dublin city and county. This covers a population of 550,000. It started operations in 2006.
The service depends on the voluntary participation of 250 experienced local GPs. Northdoc operate in collaboration with the Irish Health Service Executive (HSE) and operates from five centres. Three cars provide a home visit service. Ninety five per cent of the GP sessions up to midnight are covered by local general practitioners. The service receives about 90K contacts per annum.
Northdoc Medical Services CLG joined the ranks of international organisations to be awarded the Social Enterprise Mark in May 2016. The Social Enterprise Mark is the only globally available, independent accreditation for genuine social enterprises.
Our latest External audit by MPS (Medical Protection Society) has rated us in the first quartile of OOH services in the UK and Ireland.
Northdoc operate across North Dublin and are committed to ensuring that people who are eligible for free health care, especially those in areas of social depravation are able to access quality GP care in the out of hours setting.