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Donabate ClinicWarrington MewsDonabate, Co.Dublin, Tel: 01 843 6611
Consultations are by appointment only. During COVID-19 pandemic we are offering telephone consultations to manage most conditions however your doctor will arrange face to face review if they feel it is required.
To make an appointment please call 01 8436611
Please phone in advance for non-urgent appointments. It is best to book a few days in advance where possible.
For urgent problems we will make every effort to see you on the day. However, if there are no free appointments on the day, you may have to wait to be seen.
If you cannot attend for your appointment please let us know as soon as possible so we can offer the appointment to another patient who needs it.
Please notify the receptionist at the time of booking if you need a special service for example vaccination, maternity appointment or travel consultation. A brief description of what you need will help us to give you the most suitable appointment.
If your problem is very urgent or you feel too ill to wait, please tell us as we will always give priority to such cases.
Some delays are inevitable in medical practice due to the urgent nature of some problems, but please rest assured that we are trying to minimize them and that we are very conscious of them when they do occur.
We offer a reduced fee for family consultations. Prices available on request.
Home visits can be arranged for housebound immobile patients who are medically unable to travel or those too ill to travel to the surgery. All other patients, including sick children, should attend the surgery where we have the proper equipment and facilities to diagnose and treat medical problems.
Your GP will only visit at home if they think your medical condition requires it, and they will decide how urgently a visit is needed.
If you do need a Home visit you can help us by phoning reception before 10:30 am.
Any certificates that require verification of a person's health status or identity can ONLY be completed following consultation with a doctor. Where a person is absent from work for 6 days or more, the doctor can provide a social welfare certificate. To complete this we will require your PPS number.
We receive a large number of requests for letters and forms. These requests take up a significant amount of staff time. This service is not covered under the medical card scheme and a fee applies to all patients. Details available at reception.
Please allow 4 working days for your letter or form to be prepared.
We ask that you bring your GMS/Doctor Visit Card with you for all your appointments to avoid being charged incorrectly.
We are participating in the under 6 GP Scheme.
Please note: If you have not registered and received a valid under 6 GP visit card, your child's consultation will not be covered. You can apply online(see link below). An application for an under 6 GP visit card usually takes an average of 10 days to be processed.
During surgery hours our Doctors are very busy and are therefore unable to take telephone calls. If you have a query, we ask that you leave a message with our Reception Staff.
Please contact the surgery prior to your appointment if you are unable to make it and we will be able to assign your appointment to another patient. The clinic can be under pressure for appointment availability and we would greatly appreciate your co-operation with this.