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Holiday Opening Hours

St Patricks Day

Monday 18 March 2019 - CLOSED - Please contact Out-of-Hours on (028) 9074 4447


Easter Holiday Opening Hours

 Friday 19 April 2019 - From 1.00pm to 6.00pm - Please contact 07895699859

 - From 6.00pm Please contact Out-of-Hours on (028) 9074 4447

Monday 22 April 2019 - CLOSED - Please contact Out-of-Hours on (028) 9074 4447

Tuesday 23 April 2019 - CLOSED - Please contact Out-of-Hours on (028) 9074 4447


When We Are Closedout_of_hours

During lunchtime and on Wednesday afternoon we provide emergency cover. For URGENT medical attention, please contact 07895 699859 

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Emergencies after 6.00p.m. and during weekends and holidays

Out of Hours “North & West Urgent Care” provide services. North & West Urgent Care exist to provide urgent or emergency treatment for patients at night, weekends or bank holidays. This is not a walk in service. Patients from either surgery requiring URGENT MEDICAL ATTENTION should telephone NORTH & WEST URGENT CARE AT – (028) 90 744447.

A doctor will return your call promptly and then speak to you or a relative and decide on the best action to take. This may mean you will be offered telephone advice, asked to visit the centre directly – facing the Mater Hospital (or a centre of your choice) or a home visit will be made if considered necessary by the GP.

The Health and Social Services Board is responsible for providing Out of Hours services from 1st January 2005. The contact details for the EHSSB is:

HSCB
Champion House
12-22 Linenhall Street
BELFAST
BT2 8BS
Tel No: 028 90321313


NI Direct

Choose Well

Follow the link below for Northern Ireland Guidelines

How-to-use-your-health-services


 Please do not ask to see a doctor out of hours unless you genuinely cannot wait until the surgery re-opens.

Call 999 in an emergency. Chest pains and / or shortness of breath constitute an emergency.

 
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