YOUR FIRST POINT OF CONTACT FOR ADVICE ABOUT ANY HEALTH CONCERN SHOULD BE FAMILY AND FRIENDS.
THERE ARE ALSO MANY REPUTABLE ONLINE SOURCES OF HELP AND INFORMATION. THESE INCLUDE www.nhs.uk/conditions and www.patient.co.uk
SELF CARE IS APPROPRIATE FOR MOST MINOR ILLNESSES AND INJURIES.
HOWEVER IF YOUR PROBLEM IS WORSENING OR NOT GETTING BETTER AS YOU WOULD EXPECT OR IF YOU NEED FURTHER ADVICE PLEASE CONTACT YOUR LOCAL COMMUNITY PHARMACY OR YOUR GP PRACTICE.
We offer a range of consultations both face-to-face and by telephone throughout the working week.
We also treat a range of minor injuries in the practice.
These can also be treated in both Mid Ulster and South Tyrone Hospitals.
Dalriada Urgent Care offers a service for urgent problems at night, weekends and holiday periods.
If you are unsure as to where you should seek help, please contact either the surgery or Dalriada Urgent Care.
THE HOSPITAL ACCIDENT AND EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT SHOULD NOT BE USED AS AN ALTERNATIVE TO YOUR GP PRACTICE.
You should only go directly to the hospital A&E department if you have had an accident or if you feel you have an emergency condition.