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Glens Of Antrim Medical Centre2 Gortaclee RoadCushendallCo Antrim, BT44 0TETel: 028 2177 1411
ARE YOU AND YOURS REGISTERED WITH A DENTIST?? "to be entitled to receive your dental care under the NHS, you must be registered with your dentist and the registration needs to be renewed every two years. The Glens Dental Practice situated in the Medical Centre is accepting new patients of all ages and welcoming back our past patients who registration has lapsed. Call at the dental reception in the Medical Centre or telephone 028 21771242 for details about your NHS dental registration.
Men ACWY Vaccine: Now available for all young people who were born between 02.07.1998 and 01.07.1999, and for Students up to the age of 25 who will be commencing University in 2016 for the first time, please contact reception to make an appointment.
ANTIBIOTIC REQUESTS: In accordance with NHSCT guidelines, the practice will no longer be able to issue antibiotics for any purpose (ie: coughs, chest infection etc). It will be necessary for the patient to attend either a Nurse or GP for assessment. In the case of a suspected kidney/urine infection a urine sample must be left in for analysis.
IMPORTANT: ARE YOU AGED 50 OR OVER AND DO YOU SMOKE - If soYou are at risk of Peripheral Vascular DiseasePlease see latest news section for full details
In-House Counselling ServiceMr Joe Brogan holds weekly clinics. These are free of charge to our patients. If you are interested please speak to your doctor.
Out of Hours “Dalriada Urgent Care” provides this service. When the medical centre is closed a pre-recorded message will be obtained by phoning 2177 1411 or alternatively you may telephone directly. 028 2566 3500 Please consider that this is an emergency service only
Repeat prescriptions can either be ordered, on-line, by telephone, by calling into the surgery or by sending a stamped addressed envelope with a postal request.
Please give 48 hours notice to allow for repeat prescriptions to be prepared.
For your convenience please try to order all medication at the same time.
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To register for the on-line prescription service please call to reception.
The Minor Ailment Service is a service provided by our local pharmacy's for all GP registered patients. Patients can self-refer to this scheme for ailments as listed below, they do not need to attend their GP in order to avail of this service.
The following conditions/ailments may be treated under the Minor Ailments Service at your local Pharmacy:
Treatments for coughs, colds, sore throats, nasal symptoms and allergic rhinitis are no longer available under the pharmacy minor ailments scheme. Patients suffering from these conditions can attend our Nurse Practitioner, appointments can be made either online, with a receptionist, at the front desk or by telephoning the surgery.
Please allow 48 hours, excluding weekends and Bank Holidays, for your request to be processed.
Any problems please telephone the surgery 02821771411