Daffodil Centres are an extension of the Irish Cancer Society’s Cancer Information Service. We provide a wide range of information locally to anyone affected by or concerned about cancer thus supporting them in coping with the impact cancer is having on their lives.
Daffodil Centres are open to all, no referral or appointment is necessary. Information, advice and support is provided to cancer patients and their family members or carers.
We also welcome those who have worries about possible cancer symptoms or who want to learn more about reducing the risks of developing cancer. Healthcare professionals also use our service to avail of the information and support available for themselves and for their patients or clients.
Talk to a Cancer Information Service Nurse or specially trained volunteer
Those who visit our Daffodil Centres can ask questions and talk through issues and concerns with a specialist cancer information nurse and specially trained volunteers. Together they take the time to listen and provide information, advice and support tailored to your needs in confidence.
Phone: (01) 6165604
St James’s Hospital,
Opening hours: Monday - Friday 9am-5pm.
You can drop-in at any time during opening hours – you don’t need an appointment or a referral. If you’re not able to visit us, we’re happy to talk to you over the phone or you can write to or email us.