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Cornmarket SurgeryNewry Health VillageMonaghan StreetNewryCo. Down, BT35 6BWTel: 028 3026 5838
We run a number of clinics throughout the year and these can be booked in advance.
These are provided by the GPs who offer shard care with the local maternity services in Daisy Hill Hospital.
The practice provides a full immunisation service. The Health Visitor is here on a Thursday morning from 9-11 am. You will receive an appointment letter for your child in the post for all routine vaccinations.
There are carried out by our specially trained practice nurses. We operate a call and recall system and all our female patients between the age of 25 and 64 will be sent regular follow-up appointments to attend. You will receive written notification of your smear result, usually within 4 weeks of the test.
Patients phoning for test results are asked to ring the receptionist in the afternoon between 4pm and 5pm, one week after the test is taken.
The services below are all available through the majority of local pharmacies
If you are thinking about trying to quit smoking call into your local Pharmacist where they can discuss all of the options available to you. Your Pharmacist will be able to tell you about nicotine replacement products and other stop smoking medicines, and recommend which product or combination of products could work for you.
The Smoking Cessation Service is designed for those who wish to quit smoking by following a controlled and supportive program which operates within the pharmacy itself. You can try to quit smoking with the aid of patch's, inhalator's, sprays and lozenges etc... all of which are available on the scheme via the NHS.
Many people find that sharing the experience with others is really helpful in itself.
The Minor Ailments Scheme allows your local Pharmacist to prescribe medications to treat certain minor conditions which are listed below:
Medical Examinations for special purposes i.e. Pre-employment, HGV, Taxi Medicals etc are done outside consulting hours. These medical examinations can be arranged through reception staff and a fee will be charged at the recommended BMA rate.