The HSE have
now informed us that our next delivery of vaccines will be both Moderna and Pfizer.
to be administered to those aged 30 and over.
Pfizer is to
be administered to those aged under 30.
instruction is regardless of underline conditions or any other cohort groups.
vaccinations are mRNA and are affective against the current strains.
You can get
these vaccines even if you got a different type vaccine in your primary course of
vaccinations (AstraZeneca, Janssen, Pfizer or Moderna)
recommendation is that you can now receive your booster 3 months from your last
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.
The Medical Centre will re-open tomorrow Monday 5th of March. Phone lines will be in operation from 9am tomorrow to take new appointments. Thank you for your patience and understanding.
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.
Click here to apply for under 6s scheme
To register, you need:
- Your PPS Number
- The PPS Number of each child
- GP Visit Card Under 6s Registration From
- Your choice of participating GP from this practice
More information with regard to registration and how this scheme works can be found on HSE website
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