All injuries must be logged within 60 days of the event & it’s the sole reasonability of the player/member to to ensure this form is completed. (there are no exceptions to this timeline).

This form is emailed to the Insurance Officer once completed

    The Affidea Express Care minor injuries clinic.

    The Elysian, Eglinton Street, Cork, T12 KTD1.—0214966162

    Open 10am-8pm 7 days a week

    • Rapid treatment – we aim to attend to patients within 1 hour of arrival at the clinic.
    • Treatment of many injuries including dislocations, fractures, soft tissue injuries, minor burns & insect bites
    • Immediate access to X Ray where required.
    • Fast track access to other diagnostics including CT and MRI.
    • The initial cost for treatment is €160.
    • Patients with Laya or Irish Life insurance may be covered for some of this cost.
    • Many school children are also covered under school’s policies.


    Mercy Urgent Care Center, Gurranabraher

    St. Mary’s Health Campus, Gurranabraher, Cork city on the grounds of the former St. Mary’s Orthopaedic Hospital.- Tel:  021-492 6900

    Open 8 am to 6 pm, 7 days a week. After 6 pm please go to the Emergency Department at Mercy University Hospital or Cork University Hospital.

    What CAN be treated?

    • Suspected broken bones to legs (from knees to toes)
    • Suspected broken bones to arms (from collar bone to fingertips)
    • All sprains and strains
    • Facial injuries
    • Minor burns and scalds
    • Wounds, bites cuts and grazes, including scalp lacerations
    • Splinters
    • Foreign bodies in eyes / ears / nose
    • Minor chest injuries.


    Patients with full medical cards-No charge

    Non-medical card holders-Currently €75


    LGFA Injury Fund

    The LGFA Injury Fund is an injury fund, set up to assist members with some reimbursement for medical expenses incurred due to an injury sustained during ladies Gaelic football. Click here for more details.