Welcome to Cornmarket Surgery Website
We use our 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!
SATURDAY - CLOSED
SUNDAY - CLOSED
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 3839 9201
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.
Newry Health Village is supporting the Health and Social Care Board campaign,
‘Go ahead treat yourself’
Self-management of minor conditions will give GPs more time to treat more serious conditions
From 1st May 2017 we will be promoting patients to self-treat the following minor conditions:
Condition/ OTC Indication
Examples of medicines available for purchase
Aches and pains (mild) e.g. headache, occasional migraine
Anti-inflammatory gels e.g. ibuprofen
Oral pain killers e.g. Paracetamol, Ibuprofen liquid & tablets
Coughs, colds & sore throats
Hayfever and allergies
Oral antihistamines e.g. cetirizine, loratadine, chlorphenamine
Advice and/or treatment for these conditions are available from your pharmacy. Your pharmacist is available to discuss these conditions further.
Please also be aware of the Minor Ailments Scheme, which is available from your local pharmacy free of charge to treat a range of conditions.
MINOR AILMENTS SERVICE NI
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
We no longer accept repeat medications over the phone, all repeat medication must be ordered via our online ordering service or handed into reception in writing.
ONLINE PRESCRIPTION ORDERING
-Patient Access Setup-
(Site updated 16/03/2018)