Have a look at what work was carried out in June.
Please note it has been advised that GP’s or other Health & Social Care organisations are not able to issue letters to the agreed standard for travel purposes.
Please do not contact the surgery requesting a letter to confirm you have been vaccinated for travel purposes as it cannot be done.
Do you suffer from Chronic Pain? See contact details below from ‘Better Days Pain Support Programme’.
Please find attached ‘Your Post COVID-19 Recovery Plan’ booklet which has been developed to support people recovering from COVID, whether they were hospitalised or remained at home. It offers information and advice on the physical, emotional and mental aspects of recovery.
Also attached is a Keeping well at home booklet
To request your unique code to log onto Patient Access please complete the following consent form.
Allow 5 working days for your codes to be emailed.
Due to the Coronavirus pandemic and to reduce the spread of infection we have suspended all face to face appointments and routine clinics unless advised otherwise by the doctor. Please avoid ringing the Practice if you are well and experiencing mild self limiting illness.
Please be advised that we are now in a position to carry our urgent clinics for Smears and virtual clinics for Diabetes and Asthma.
Please ensure your contact number is up to date. If not please Click here to update your details.
Please find below list of services that have been postponed until further notice advised by the BMA.
Routine Coil Checks
Blood monitoring for low risk medication
Vitamin B12 Injections
If you require urgent attention outside normal hours please telephone 02871 865 195 and you will speak to a nurse or doctor from Western Urgent Care which is based at the Out Patient Department at Altnagelvin Hospital. Telephone calls to this number are recorded.
Out-of-hours services are generally busy so please think carefully before asking to see a doctor and only do so if you genuinely cannot wait until the surgery re-opens.
In a genuine emergency you should call 999. Chest pains and / or shortness of breath constitute an emergency.