The midwives run a booking clinic each Tuesday morning for new antenatal patients and a review clinic, this is based at Great James Street Health Centre. All doctors see antenatal patients during normal surgery hours.
Well Baby Clinic
The clinic is run by Dr O’Boyle and the health visitors on Wednesdays 2pm -4pm. It includes developmental checks and immunisations and allows an opportunity to discuss other problems such as sleeping, feeding and health worries. Appointment Only.
This is run by Dr McKeon and the health visitors to provide 4 year olds with a check-up and booster immunisations on a Wednesday. Appointment Only.
Asthma & COPD Clinics
These respiratory clinics are run by the practice nurses and the nurse practitioner in conjunction with Dr O’Kelly. Friday weekly am or pm by appointment.
First Friday of the month and run by our nurse practitioner in conjunction with Dr O’Kelly.
This is run by nurse Olivia Nutt in conjunction with Dr Ewan, Thursday 2pm – 4pm monthly by appointment.
With Dr McKeon assisted by a nurse. Monday PM weekly by appointment.
Well Woman Clinic
This is run by the nurse practitioner to promote women’s health and carry out cervical smears. All the doctors strongly encourage women to have regular cervical smears, which can also be provided by all doctors during routine surgeries. Thursday 9am – 12pm weekly by appointment. To find out more please click here.
This is run each week on a Thursday morning By Dr Mace. Please contact reception for details. Services provided at this clinic include general Family planning advice, Implanon and IUCD (coil). Contraceptive care is also provided by all doctors during surgery hours.
This is run by nurse Ruth MacCombe assisted by Dr Mace. Tuesday afternoons, weekly by appointment.
This is run by nurse Ruth MacCombe by appointment every 4th Thursday in the month by syringe appointment.
This clinic is run by Practice Nurse Dorothy Cairns. Please make an appointment at least six weeks in advance of travel to ensure adequate cover. Please click on this link to find further details and a health questionnaire.
An influenza vaccination is particularly recommended for patients with heart, lung or kidney disease, diabetes, residents of nursing and rest homes, those who care for people with chronic/long term illness and everyone over 65 years of age. Please contact the reception staff in September to make an appointment.