Mobile Health Unit - it's Free!

The Irish Heart Foundation’s Mobile Health Unit is travelling around communities in Ireland with trained nurses providing FREE blood pressure checks, and comprehensive lifestyle advice on heart health.


May Measurement Month will put the spotlight on raising awareness around blood pressure.

Irish Heart is supporting the global initiative to measure 25 million blood pressures around the world during the month of May.

Whether it’s for you or a loved one, keep an eye on our timetable below to see when our Mobile Health Unit will be visiting a town or community near you – don’t miss it!

Mobile Health Unit Timetable

April 24th  2pm – 5pm

The Coimín Centre, Blessington, Co. Wicklow

April  27th  2pm – 5pm
Supervalu Loughboy, Kilkenny Co Kilkenny

April 28th 1pm – 3pm        
Bandon Hotel, New Ross  Co Wexford

If you’d like to book the Mobile Health Unit – tel: 01 6685001 or email Emma Carter  or Marese Damery

A blood pressure check is a simple quick and non-invasive test that can truly be life-saving.

High blood pressure is a major cause of stroke and heart attack it is one of the most widespread risk factors in the population. High blood pressure, so long as it is identified, is very manageable; thereby reducing your risk.


A Big Thank You To Our Big-Hearted Sponsors And All Our Fundraisers


The launch of the Mobile Health Unit has been made possible thanks to the staff of Bank of Ireland, who are generously undertaking a range of employee-led fundraising initiatives to support the operation of the Mobile Health Unit.

Corporate partner Medtronic also supported this initiative by providing the initial purchase cost of the vehicle.

Thank you to ‘Best Car Park’ for providing year long free parking for our Mobile Health Unit.


Heart-health Resources


Your Heart Health Information– view our range of articles to help you to reduce your risk factors on topics such as smoking to being active, blood pressure, healthy eating and more.

Heart & Stroke Conditions Explained A to Z – take a moment to read our articles that cover the symptoms, diagnosis, prevention and treatment of the most common heart conditions.

Join us to help end premature deaths from heart and stroke disease

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