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The Health CentreTaylors AvenueCarrickfergus, BT38 7HUTel: 028 9331 5805
IMPORTANT PATIENT NOTICE
DUE TO THE HUGE NUMBER OF TELEPHONE QUERIES THE TELEPHONE LINES INTO THE HEALTH CENTRE ARE EXTREMELY BUSY
OUR LINES ARE NOT DOWN OR BROKEN - OUR STAFF ARE ANSWERING EVERY CALL THAT GETS THROUGH AS QUICKLY AS THEY POSSIBLY CAN
PLEASE USE OUR ONLINE SYSTEM TO ORDER PRESCRIPTIONS – MAKING SURE TO ADD YOUR CHOICE OF PHARMACY TO THE ORDER
ADDITIONAL CONTACT NUMBERS FOR CASTLE PRACTICE
07851 962 861
07851 962 863
07851 962 964
07851 963 536
PLEASE READ AND FOLLOW ALL OF THE ADVICE ON OUR HOME PAGE RE COVID-19 BEFORE RINGING THE SURGERY
Outside of normal surgery hours please call Dalriada Urgent Care on 028 2566 3500 if you require urgent medical assistance.
Please note that out-of-hours services are generally busy so please think carefully before asking to see a doctor and only do so if you genuinely cannot wait until the surgery re-opens.
Please note there is no casualty service at the Health Centre. Injuries requiring suturing and suspected fractures should be seen at an A&E department. The local A&E departments would be either Antrim Area Hospital, or The Royal Victoria Hospital. Whiteabbey and The Belfast City Hospital DO NOT provide an A&E service.
In a genuine emergency you should call 999. Chest pains and / or shortness of breath constitute an emergency
(*see also PBL information on tab above)
Friday 25th December 2020
Monday 28th December 2020
Friday 1st January 2021
Please note that the practice is closed from time to time on a Wednesday afternoon for
Practice Based Learning (PBL).
Wednesday 23rd September 2020 from 1:00 pm
see home page for further information