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The Health Centre50 HillheadStewartstown, BT71 5HYTel: 028 87738266
Consulting Times are by Appointment
* Dr. Fitzsimons no surgery on Tuesday & Wednesday, Dr Miller no surgery on Thursday Dr Allen no surgery on Tuesday, Thursday & Friday
On certain Wednesday Afternoons, Dalriada Urgent Care will provide cover, when the Practice closes for staff training. Notices will appear well in advance of the training days.
Please see date of training days under (when we are closed)
THE SURGERY WILL CLOSED ON WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON 30 JUNE 21 FOR STAFF TRAINING IN CASE OF AN EMERGENCY PLEASE TELEPHONE :
Surgery closed for lunch daily 1.00 pm– 2.00 pm - In case of genuine emergency contact surgery where you will be provided with an alternative number.
After 5.30 each evening, weekends and bank holidays, the practice is closed.
When you contact the surgery, you will hear a recorded message, telling you to telephone 02825663500.
This is the number for Dalriada Urgent Care.
This service is for emergencies only. It is not for problems, which would be best dealt with by making an appointment and attending your own doctor. There is no access to your notes, past history, medication or tests. If it is felt that your own doctor would be the best person to deal with your problem, you will be told to make appointment with your Health Centre.
In the case of urgent need when the practice is closed you can refer to NHS Direct
Please do not ask to see a doctor out of hours unless you genuinely cannot wait until the surgery re-opens.
Call 999 in an emergency. Chest pains and / or shortness of breath constitute an emergency.
THE SURGERY WILL BE CLOSED ON THE FOLLOWING DAYS:
on Monday 3rd January (Bank Holiday)
PLEASE CONTACT OUT OF OURS FOR EMERGENCIES ONLY DURING THIS TIME