Flu Vaccine Clinics – appointment letters are in the post!

All patients over the age of 11 must wear a face covering when attending the surgery.

**If you require medical advice/ an appointment please call 028 8772 2621 between 8.30 am -1 pm. Only urgent calls will be dealt with after this time. If your call is not urgent please call back the next working day between 8.30 am-1 pm.**

Free Smoking Cessation Service - 07769256756


PLEASE NOTE; We require 48 hours notice for all repeat prescriptions.

Emergencies during surgery hours telephone 8772 2621. Between 8.30 and 6.00 pm, urgent requests will be given prompt attention by the receptionist and the doctor will be informed.

Urgent Appointments
If you have an urgent problem, although you will be able to see a doctor the same day, it will be the first doctor available and may not be your usual doctor.

Cancelling your Appointment
If you are unable to attend an appointment with one of the doctors or nurses, please telephone the surgery.

**Due to the current coronavirus pandemic we are unable to offer urgent access surgeries or routine appointments, telephone triage is in place instead **

POMEROY (Branch surgery)

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Reception/Nursing staff are available by telephone and for face-to-face contact:

  • Mon/Tue/Thu/Fri 9.30 – 1.00 pm and 1.30 – 3.00 pm

Consulting Times:

  • Mon 9.30 –11.00 am By Appointment (Dr. Cormac McKay)
  • Tues 9.30 –11.00 am Urgent Access
  • Thurs 9.30 - 11.00 am By Appointment (Dr Fionnuala Vernon)
  • Fri 9.30 - 11.00 am Urgent Access

All consulting arrangements may vary when doctors are not available. In special circumstances consultations outside these hours can be arranged with a doctor.

Urgent Access Surgery is for urgent, acute matters only eg chest infection, lump.


You will be asked to provide details at reception for triage purposes. You may then be advised to attend another service (Minor Injuries Unit, local pharmacist etc).


For more complex, chronic or on going problems please book an appointment for a more detailed assessment.

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