Medical centre will prioritise the covid vaccine booster rollout for the next 4
weeks as instructed by HSE to curb the spread of the Omicron variant of Covid-19.
Please contact the surgery to arrange an appointment on 0214821280. The following
criteria applies to qualify for this vaccine programme.
be a registered patient of Glanmire
Over 16 years of age
Three months or over since your last
We will prioritise
patients with underlying medical conditions and patients over 40 initially.
If you are fully vaccinated and had Covid 19, you need
to wait until you have been 6 months since your covid 19 infection to receive a
If you only go the first dose of the Pfizer vaccine and
developed Covid 19 infection you can have a second dose but not a booster four
weeks after your Covid 19 infection.
If you are over 16 and have not yet received a vaccine or
are due a second dose, you can still book an appointment
Over the next
4 weeks we will continue to see patients prioritising urgent cases only. Routine
check-ups will be deferred until the middle of January 2022. Thank in advance
for your patience and understanding.
We hope that everyone is keeping well during this difficult time. It’s important to follow the guidelines set out by the HSE and the Department of Health
Please dont be afraid to contact us for Non-Covid19 related visits. You can call us on 021 4821280 to arrange an appointment with one of our doctors. Our doors are locked to protect against spread of Covid19, but we are still open for limited routine appointments from 9am until 5pm Monday to Friday.
Repeat prescriptions can be ordered by phone and sent directly to Phelans pharmacy and Pharmacy First Plus
We can also submit your Social welfare Certificates online. Contact the surgery if you require a social welfare certificate.
Due to the Red Level Weather warning for tomorrow, Glanmire Medical Centre will be closed all day (December 7th). It would not be safe for patients or our staff to travel to the surgery. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause but its for everyone’s safety. If you require urgent medical care please call 999. Stay safe and we will see you Wednesday.
A Status Red Weather Warning is still in place. Glanmire Medical Centre will remain closed all day today. In the event of an emergency please call 999 or if possible attend your nearest Emergency Department for medical emergencies. Alternatively South Doc will be on duty for out of hours after 6pm this evening 1850 335 999
Cork University Hospital http://www.cuh.hse.ie/…/Our-Specialities-A-Z-/Emergency-Me…/
Mercy University Hospital http://www.muh.ie/index.php/for-visitors/emergency-service
Mercy Urgent Care Centre http://www.muh.ie/index.php/for-patients/urgent-care-centre
Mater Private Emergency Department http://www.materprivate.ie/…/centre-s…/emergency-department/
The Medical Centre is closed for routine appointments on Thursday 1st and Friday 2nd of March due to the Status Red warning in place. This is for the patients and staff safety as extreme weather is expected.
For medical emergencies please attend your nearest Emergency Department or contact Southdoc after 6pm on 1850 335 999
Dr. Grufferty will to attend the surgery on Thursday morning from 10am to 12pm for emergencies only
We apologies for any inconvenience caused. We will open for business as soon as the weather improves. Stay Safe and please avoid travel unless completely necessary.
We are participating in the provision of services pursuant to the Health (General Practitioner Service) Act 2014 (under 6 years olds). From 1 July 2015, children under the age of 6 are entitled to free visits to GPs that are taking part in the scheme. Children can be registered from 15 June 2015 to get a GP visit card for children under 6. In addition to free GP visits, the card covers specific assessments at age 2 and 5 and care for children with asthma. If your child or children have a Medical Card or GP Visit Card they will automatically be registered for this new scheme.
How to apply
If you have any questions before registering, you can phone Lo-call 1890 252 919.
Mouth Cancer Awareness Day 2014 takes place tomorrow. There will be “Free mouth cancer examinations” this Wednesday, September 17th between 2pm to 4pm at Crestfield Dental Practice, located upstairs in Glanmire Medical Centre Mouth cancer examinations are quick and painless. Please consult your dentist or GP about a mouth cancer examination – taking 10 minutes that could save your life