Professor David Robinson
Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias, Mild Cognitive Impairment:
Diagnosis and management
Patient Autonomy. Enduring power of attorney, Wills
Expert legal opinion:
Areas of experience include ability to testify in criminal cases, capacity assessment for wills & place of care, expert witness in cases involving aspects of geriatric medicine (e.g. place of care, life expectancy, allegations of neglect).
Professor Robinson holds clinics on Tuesday afternoons throughout the year. A referral letter from your GP is required. The private office contact number is monitored Monday to Friday and in the first instance you may find it easier to email his Private Secretary, Philip Austin. When leaving a voice message please speak slowly and clearly leaving a daytime phone number and your brief enquiry.
How to get here
Driving directions to the clinic and private car park
The clinic is located in Hospital 2 near the James's St. Entrance. Enter via the James's St. Entrance and take the first left after the LUAS station and then the second right
(Blue sign posts "Private Clinic" will direct you)
The car park is located directly to the rear of the clinic. Pull up to the car park barrier and press the buzzer. The receptionist with allow entry. The fee for parking is capped at 3 euro paid for at the machines located in the clinic. The clinic is accessed directly from the the private car park.
For those travelling to Dublin via Heuston Station you can take the LUAS from the Heuston Stop RED line for 1 stop to James's LUAS Stop and the clinic is 140 metres from the stop.
For those travelling to Connolly the LUAS RED line also connects and James's is 8 stops or 17mins away.