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Important Notice

The Practice has been informed by the Health & Social Care Board that some patients have been contacted by “bogus callers” claiming to be linked to the Practice in order to sell products or extract financial information including bank details.

If you receive a call of this nature, DO NOT disclose any personal information and contact the surgery immediately.

Think - 3 before GP

GPs and their wider team need time to give patients the best care they possibly can. You can help free up time for those who really need expert advice by considering three alternatives before booking an appointment. Find out more - 3 Before GP

Out of Hours

LAGANDOC, the local out of hours provider, looks after the urgent needs of patients from 6.00 pm to 8.30 am weekdays, and 24 hours at weekends and bank holidays.  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.


Appointments can be made through reception. Telephone 028 9260 3111 or via this website with your login (ask at reception for details). Normal appointments are for 10 minutes only and cannot accommodate two people unless prior agreed by the doctor.  Please note that appointments that will require longer than 10 minutes such as minor surgical procedures or private medicals are not appropriate to book online and should be booked by telephone.

Repeat Prescriptions

You can order you repeat prescriptions 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, on the 24 hour repeat prescription line (02892603111 option 1) or through this website with your login (ask at reception for details).


The Practice will be closed from 1pm on Thursday 30 January for staff training.  For urgent medical problems during these periods, please ring Lagandoc GP Out of Hours Service on 028 9260 2204.




Air Aware

Air Aware

The Department of the Environment provides a new SMS service called "Air Aware".  The service notifies subscribers when air pollution levels are currently or forecast to be high or very high.

During periods of high air pollution, the symptoms of people with respiratory conditions or heart disease may worsen.  Healthy people are unlikely to experience any ill effects.  The frequency of these episodes is largely dependent upon the weather.  They usually occur in winter when there are cold calm conditions and there is build up of emissions from transport and burning of fuel.

The SMS service allows those individuals who could benefit most from air pollution alerts to sign up to receive an alert by text message to their mobile phone.

Please click on the link to find out information about how to subscribe to this service;

Subscribe to Air Aware

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