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We had 38 patients who failed to attend their appointment last week!

Appointments for the Flu Vaccine are now available. Please check with the receptionist if you are entitled to have the flu vaccine or mention it to your GP during your appointment.

We will be closed on Wednesday 16th November 2016 at 1.30pm to facilitate training.

We have been informed that callers, claiming to be linked to the patient's GP Practice, are seemingly using private patient details and are using this information trying to either sell products to the patient, or to extract financial information, including bank details.

Please be assured that under no circumstances are these people contacting you on behalf of your GP Practice.  Therefore, do not disclose any information to them.  Please contact our GP Practice, or the PSNI, if you are aware of any of these incidents, so we can assist you from becoming victims of these callers.  Thank You.


Social Media 

The Practice is aware that some patients have posted disparaging comments about staff and the Practice on social media. If you have any comments or complaints about the Practice please write to the Practice Manager. This ensures we can respond to people's concerns with patient confidentiality in mind.



If you suffer from a chronic illness, and have recently received a letter asking to make an appointment please remember to do so.



Epilepsy Clinic

From April 2016 we will no longer send letters inviting patients to attend the epilepsy clinic. However, if at any time, you wish to have your epilepsy reviewed please feel free to make an appointment with any of the Doctors or Nurse Bell.



Travelling Abroad

Before you set out to travel anywhere in the world, check the health requirements for your destination. Look at the potential risks and plan the precautions you need to take both before you go and once you are away. These will depend not only on the countries you may be visiting but which parts, for how long, and where you will be staying.

You should contact the Practice well in advance (preferably AT LEAST 6 weeks before your departure) for advice and to arrange immunisation. Some of these cannot be given at the same time to be effective.


Hay Fever

If you require medication for your hay fever symptoms the Practice does prescribe Cetirizine and Loratadine. Any other medications can be bought over the counter.


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