Ireland is a newcomer to the medical tourism sector, where foreign patients generally seek cosmetic surgery and dental treatments. However, hospitals and clinics in Ireland offer a variety of services, including cardiology, pathology, pulmonary, and physiotherapy. The Joint Commission International has accredited 16 hospitals and clinics in Ireland, which are mostly located in Dublin and Waterford. There are also clinics in Galway, Cork, Tralee, Sandyford, and Kilkenny.
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Because of the Atlantic Gulf Stream, Ireland’s climate is relatively mild in spit of its latitude. It rarely snows, and the temperature only infrequently drops below freezing during the winter months. The coldest months are January and February with the average temperature being 45 degrees Fahrenheit (7 degrees Celsius). July and August are the warmest months, with an average temperature of 61 degrees Fahrenheit (16 degrees Celsius). For those who enjoy sunshine during the late summer months, there is 18 hours of daylight daily in Ireland. However, it does rain frequently, so pack an umbrella.
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