OPENING HOURS

Our opening hours are:

Monday          09.00 - 13.00     14.00 - 17.00

Tuesday          09.00 - 13.00     14.00 - 17.00

Wednesday    09.00 - 13.00     14.00 - 17.00

Thursday        09.00 - 13.00     14.00 - 17.00

Friday              09.00 - 13.00     14.00 - 17.00

Saturday         closed                closed

Sunday           closed                 closed

During the COVID-19 pandemic, we're offering telephone consultations to manage most conditions, however, your doctor will arrange a face-to-face appointment if they feel it's required.

 

To make an appointment call us on  01 840 5352

Out of Hours Assistance

(evenings & weekends)

If you require urgent GP attention or advice outside of normal surgery hours - evenings, weekends and bank holidays, please call;

D-DOC - 1850 22 44 77

What is D-Doc?

D-Doc is an out-of-hours GP service for those in need of URGENT medical attention when we are closed. The service is normally quite busy so we would ask that you only use this service if you cannot wait to see a doctor when the surgery re-opens. Please do not call D-Doc for repeat prescriptions. 

If you run out of essential medication speak with your usual pharmacist who may be able to assist you.

D-Doc is available to both private patients and medical card patients.  For more information please click on the link below:

 

 

Call 999 in a medical emergency when someone is:

  • seriously ill

  • injured

  • at risk of dying

Call 999 and ask for an ambulance if your child:

  • is unconscious, especially if they had a recent fall or a head injury

  • is not breathing or turning blue around the lips or face

  • is choking - use first aid steps for choking while waiting for the ambulance to arrive

  • has taken medication, poison, or a chemical substance and is now difficult to wake up

  • is having a severe allergic reaction. This could include noisy breathing or difficulty breathing

  • has a large cut and you are unable to stop the bleeding

  • has a seizure for the first time

  • has been diagnosed with a seizure disorder and has a seizure lasting more than 5 minutes or has one seizure after another

 

Source: HSE Emergency Services

For Emergencies

Call 999 or 112