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Holiday Opening Hours

St Patricks Day

Monday 18 March 2019 - CLOSED - Please contact Out-of-Hours on (028) 9074 4447

Easter Holiday Opening Hours

 Friday 19 April 2019 - From 1.00pm to 6.00pm - Please contact 07895699859

 - From 6.00pm Please contact Out-of-Hours on (028) 9074 4447

Monday 22 April 2019 - CLOSED - Please contact Out-of-Hours on (028) 9074 4447

Tuesday 23 April 2019 - CLOSED - Please contact Out-of-Hours on (028) 9074 4447

Primary Prevention

In our opinion the best time to offer help and encouragement in health education is at the normal consultation. Within this setting we offer the following: Eg advice on smoking, alcohol consumption, diet and immunisation.

Smoking Advice

The practice will initially be holding smoking cessation clinics with specialist nurse from Ulster Cancer Foundation from January 2005. Members of practice staff will also undertake training to become a specialist trainer and will run clinics in both surgeries. Please contact reception staff for further details.


Eg Blood pressure checks, cholesterol checks, cervical smears etc.

Family Planning

Doctors and nurses have experience in giving advice.


Special antenatal and postnatal clinics are held in both surgeries. This is on a shared basis with local maternity hospitals.

Minor Surgery

Doctors will assess patient and make appointment to carry out minor surgery procedures e.g. removal of sebaceous cyst / joint injection.

Travel Immunisation / Vaccinations

Practice nurses carry out the above at the surgery except for Yellow Fever vaccination. For this vaccination, please make an appointment with the doctors so that your requirements can be determined and appropriate prescription given. It is best to have this at least eight weeks in advance of your travel to ensure adequate cover.

Flu Vaccine

flu_jabIt is very important that you attend for your flu vaccine when invited. Flu vaccine is given annually to the following groups of patients:

  • All those aged 65 years and over
  • All those aged over 6 months in the following clinical frisk groups
    Chronic respiratory disease, including asthma
    Chronic heart disease
    Chronic renal disease
    Immunosuppression (due to disease or treatment, including asplenia or splenic dysfunction)

The flu immunisation is not a live vaccine; this means you cannot get the flu from the vaccine!

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