Clinics We Offer


GP Consultation

  • Diagnosis and management of many acute and chronic health problems
  • Health screening
  • Heart disease
  • Diabetes management
  • Male & female care
  • Children’s health
  • Asthma management
  • Medical check for work and driving licence
  • Allergy management
  • Sexual health
  • Skin care
  • Contraception advice
  • Under 6 and over 70s free care
  • Medical Card, Doctor Visit Card


Nurse Service

  • Blood tests
  • Quick tests (FOB, Helicobacter, D-Dimer)
  • Urine analysis
  • Blood pressure check
  • 24 hour BP monitoring
  • ECG
  • Ear Syringing
  • Height and weight checks
  • Skin prick tests
  • Spirometry (Lung Function Testing)
  • Immunisation
  • Suture removal
  • Check-ups
  • Dressing
  • Injections
  • STI screening
  • Diabetic Screening


Antenatal Care

Typically, antenatal care is shared between the hospital of your choice and the GP.

You are entitled to free of charge visits under the Maternity and Infant Scheme.

This Scheme includes between 6 and 7 free antenatal visits during your pregnancy and 2 free visits after birth of your baby.

Illnesses not related to the pregnancy are not covered by the scheme.

It is advised to register your baby for free GP care under the under 6 scheme as soon as possible after the birth of your baby. To do this visit

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Childhood Vaccination

Providing the Childhood Immunisation Programme for free

From 1st December 2016 the schedule for children born on or after 1st October 2016 will consist of 5 visits to the GP for the vaccinations in the schedule:



We offer:

  • nebulisers in case of acute asthmatic attack
  • inhaler technique
  • Peak Expiratory flow rate measurements (PEFR); a simple breathing test which measures airflow from the lungs & can be used to both monitor & help to diagnose asthma.
  • asthma reviews for our Under6 patients
  • Routine spirometry (Lung Function Testing) is a useful screening test for asthma, COPD and restrictive lung disorders. This test is conducted by our nurse and can take up to 30 minutes. If you use any type of asthma medication such as inhalers please bring them with you to the test. If you smoke please avoid smoking for at least four hours prior to the test. 

BP Monitor

24 Hour BP Monitor

Ambulatory blood pressure monitoring (ABPM) tracks and monitors your blood pressure at regular intervals over 24 hours. You can walk around and perform all your normal activities during the day.

A lightweight monitor is fitted to your waist which is connected to a cuff on your arm for this period of time. After 24 hours the device will be removed and the results will be downloaded. The GP will see how your blood pressure changed throughout the day and reports the result to you.


An ECG detects and records electrical activity and muscular functions of the heart and this test is performed at our surgery, usually by the nurse.

An ECG may be recommended by the doctor for a number of reasons such as evaluation of chest pain, irregular heartbeat or to monitor the health of patients with certain medical conditions such as high blood pressure and high cholesterol.