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Wednesday 2.00pm-3.00pm (by appointment)
Community midwife led clinic with midwives from RJMS in attendance.
Tuesday 2.00pm-4.30pm (by appointment)
Baby clinic is run by the doctors and treatment room nurses. It includes child developmental checks and immunisations and allows an opportunity to discuss other problems eg sleeping, feeding and child health worries.
This is run by our Nurse Practitioner Sister Emer Martin in conjunction with the doctors.
Run by our Nurse Practitioner Sister Emer Martin. This clinic covers many aspects of women's health issues including cervical smear testing.
The Practice no longer provide travel consultations / vaccine recommendations, however these can be carried at any of N.Ireland's Travel Clinics - details of how to get in touch with them are available from Reception.
Upon receipt of written advice from the Travel Clinic the Practice are happy to provide and administer any NHS recommended vaccines.
Run by Sister Emer Martin in conjunction with the doctors & covering all aspects of diabetic care.
This clinic is run monthly by Dr. Mahood. She is assisted by Sister Emer Martin.
Appointments for this clinic are made by referral from a doctor & there is normally an eight week waiting list.
For further information please speak to a member of the Practice team.
Run by Sister Martin in conjunction with the doctors for the monitoring of patients on warfarin medication.
These special clinics are held annually each winter by both doctors and nurses for the sole purpose of administering the flu vaccination.
A vaccination is particularly recommended for patients with heart, lung or kidney disease, diabetes, pregnant women, people over the age of 65 and some people who suffer from other specific conditions.
If you are part of any of these groups please contact the Practice to arrange an appointment.
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Most of these services will incur a charge, a list of these is available from Reception.
Should you require an appointment for a medical please ensure you advise the Receptionist of this as these appointments will generally need longer.
Wheelchair access to the building is via a ramp at the front entrance. A lift is also available, if required, to all floors. Patient services are provided at ground floor level.
If access proves difficult to any of our disabled patients we would be happy to consider any suggestions for improvement.