Please use the link above to find out more.
To book a test use the link above or call 119.
If you have symptoms which you are concerned about please call the Surgery or Out Of Hours Service to speak to a health professional. Please Do Not visit the surgery, unless asked to do so by one of our health professionals.
We are an accredited GP Training Practice
As an accredited GP training Practice we are training doctors on a regular basis. You may be given an appointment to see a trainee GP, and should be aware that these doctors are fully qualified and have experience in hospital care. They have made a career decision to move into General Practice, and we are training them through this transition.
The Health And Social Care Board have asked all Practices across Northern Ireland to stop prescribing medications for certain conditions which can be self-managed. These changes will take place in our Practice from 1 May 2018.
Please visit the link above for a full explanation of the Go Ahead treat yourself campaign.
We appreciate your co-operation, and should you have any queries or concerns we advise you to contact the Health And Social Care Board.
There is no need for a referral from your doctor. In the Warrenpoint & Rostrevor locality Lee Opticians are offering this service Tel: 028 4175 3030.
You are free to choose any optician offering this service.
If you suspect meningitis you need to seek help urgently. Download this useful app to help you spot the signs and symptoms of meningitis.
Use the link above to help you understand the importance of Vitamin D.
Do you live with persistent. Use the link above to find out more.
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Even if a baby is the last thing on your mind, there are things you need to know. Use the above link to find out more.
One in four Pregnancies end in miscarriage. It's an unhappy, frightening and lonely experience. Help is available! Call the Miscarriage Association on 01924 200799 or use the link above to find out more.
Use the link above to find out more about Cancer Focus Northern Ireland.
The BreastAware app presents an easy way to understand how to become more breast aware and aware of lifestyle choices that can increase or decrease your risk of breast cancer.
We want to keep you informed about the services which are available to you, and how you can access those services.
143 Missed Appointments In January - Keep It Or Cancel It!
Please cancel your appointment early. It helps us and it helps you community!