Due To The Covid 19 Pandemic, The Health Service Is Experiencing Unprecedented Pressure.


Please Be Reassured We Will Contact You Directly When We Have A Covid Vaccine For You.


Due To Our Staff Caring For Sick Patients, Working In Covid Centres, OOHs And Vaccination Clinics We Would Kindly Ask For Your Patience And Understanding At This Difficult Time. We Will Only Be Able To Deal With Urgent Medical Problems.

If You Have An Urgent Problem And Need To Speak To A Healthcare Professional Or Require An Urgent Nursing Treatment Appointment Please Call 028 8772 9621


You Must Be Prepared To Give Detailed, Clear And Accurate Information To The Reception Staff.


If You Require A Repeat Prescription Please Avail Of Our Online Service.


Please Do Not Attend The Building Without Telephoning First.


Reception Staff Are Available On The Telephone For Urgent Matters From 8.30 Am – 6 Pm Monday To Friday, In Case Of Emergency Outside These Times Please Contact The Out Of Hours Doctor On 028 3839 9201


Thank You.




Prescriptions may be issued for regular medication, which your doctor has authorised as a repeat item. Requests can be made in person at the reception desk, in writing, by post enclosing a stamped addressed envelope, by telephone or fax or by leaving the computer generated list on the right hand side of the prescription.

Repeat prescriptions will be processed and ready for collection within 48 hours . Please ensure you order your repeat prescription in advance of running out of your medication to ensure treatment is continuous.

Requests for non-repeat prescriptions will be passed to the nurse/doctor for attention. All patients on repeat medication will have their need for the medication reviewed annually. Some patients will be required to attend the Nurse or doctor.

Collection of Prescriptions
Prescriptions may be collected at surgery reception. The local pharmacies collect prescriptions directly from the surgery and patients will be asked at the time of ordering their prescriptions if they wish to use this service.

Prescriptions will be posted directly to patients on provision of a stamped addressed envelope.

Prescriptions will not normally be handed out to children.

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