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Cancelling your Appointment

Please phone the surgery if you wish to cancel your appointment.

Appointments are often in short supply so please ring and let us know if you cannot attend. It means that the appointment can then be given to somebody else.

Welcome to Cornmarket Surgery Website

building180We use our new surgery website to present all our patients with up to date news and information about our practice. We will keep it current with any developments or other details that we feel are relevant to you. As well as a source of information about our practice, the staff and the services we provide, we hope you will use this website as a useful resource for other health-related information. Please have a look around the website and do send us some feedback - thank you for your time!

Opening Hours:

We are open from 8am to 6pm Monday to Friday. We are closed at the weekend and on certain bank holidays.

Outside normal working hours:

  • If you have a serious medical emergency dial 999
  • If you need medical advice or if your problem cannot wait until the surgery opens, you can contact the emergency doctor in the Out of Hours Centre by phoning:

028  38 39 92 01

Please ring before attending as this is not a 'drop in' centre. If the doctor feels that a visit is not necessary, he or she may offer you telephone advice or arrange to see you at the Out of Hours centre. 

 

Access

Access for disabled patients is available at the front of the building and specially designed toilet facilities are also available. All consulting rooms are on the ground floor.

 

Dr Henry

As from 30th September 2014 Dr Henry has retired from the surgery. The three GPs now practicing at the surgery are Dr McAreavy, Dr Mulligan & Dr Magennis.   


A & E – Think Before You Go

If you or your child suddenly becomes unwell, in most circumstances, you should phone the surgery for advice before going to A&E.  A GP is available to deal with your queries most of the time and will return your call as quickly as possible.  Please give as much information to the receptionist as possible.

Most queries will be dealt with much faster by your GP than at Accident and Emergency Departments where the priority is dealing with serious accidents or illnesses.

You should remember that for some conditions, e.g. in children with a rash that does not disappear under the glass, where meningitis is suspected, head injuries, serious accidental injuries or accidental overdoses, Accident and Emergency is the best choice.

  LEAVE  ACCIDENT  AND  EMERGENCY DEPARTMENTS FOR GENUINE ACCIDENTS AND EMERGENCIES


Changes to online repeat prescription ordering

From September 1st 2014 we will be using Patient Access for online prescription ordering. Up to this time the old email system will still be in use. To register for the new system please collect an access letter from reception then click the button below and follow the instructions. To ensure this transaction runs smoothly and there is no delay on your prescriptions please ensure to register as soon as possible.

 
(Site updated 20/11/2014)
Order your repeat medications
 
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