A Word For Patients and Families
The arrival of community vaccines will mark a dramatic moment at the end of an exceptionally difficult year for many. Co-ordinating the roll-out of the vaccine will be another challenge too, for patients, families, and healthcare staff. We will do our best to ensure that patients and families are continuously informed and updated over the coming weeks, and we aim to offer an safe, organised, and punctual environment for all those in attendance.
However there will still be people who need extra assistance, and we would ask for the help of all families in co-ordinating the logistics involved. We will start with the most vulnerable patients in our community who may have difficulty making or attending appointments by themselves.
For everyone who helps someone to book an appointment on the phone for an older relative, or helps someone with reduced mobility to physically attend the clinic, we would like to offer our collective thanks and appreciation.
We will come through this with everyone’s help.
To book an appointment please click here, or phone 01 8373611.
If you have an appointment in person please wear a mask and where possible please bring your mobile phone and a car.
There is no waiting room available at this time.
If you do not have an appointment to see a doctor, please do not attend the surgery.
If you have a form or paperwork that cannot be submitted using one of the above options, please drop the form in our post box along with a stamped addressed envelope and we will complete and return the form where possible within 7 days.
If You Have A Question About A Recent Test Ordered by Your GP Please Click Here and a member of our team will get back to you.
This form is for results of Tests ordered by your GP only.
Results of tests requested by a hospital doctor will be sent directly to the hospital doctor (consultant or clinic) who requested them.
That doctor will then assess the results and communicate the results to you.
If you wish to be referred to hospital for a consultant visit or for a scan, you must discuss this with a GP first. Click Here to make an appointment with your GP
If you have already been referred by your GP for a scan or consultant opinion, and you want to ask a follow up question please click here.
We are working hard continuously to improve the access and quality of healthcare for all our patients. If you have identified an issue that we can improve or to leave any other feedback that you feel would be helpful or important, please take the time to submit your feedback in writing for the attention of the practice manager, 411 Griffith Avenue, Glasnevin, Dublin 9. Thank you.