Newlands Cross Medical Centre
A message from Newlands Cross Medical Centre about Covid 19 and changes to the GP service:
A new doctor:
Firstly, we are delighted to welcome Doctor Rebecca Behan to Clondalkin. It is great to have a new female doctor in D22. She is already proving to be a great addition to the GP team. You can read about her here.
As a result, we are now in a position that the GP surgery is now taking on and welcoming NEW patients, both medical card holders and private patients.
Our GP clinic is open, near-by and here to help support you in any way that we can. We are aware that this is a time of increased stress. If you have any symptoms that are concerning you then please call us to book an appointment with one of our doctors. The doctors have noticed a drop off in patients with suspicious symptoms and this is concerning for us. As ever, as GPs we still want to know about and investigate medical problems as appropriate.
Changes in doctor appointments:
At this point in time the consultations with our doctors are mainly by the phone. We are changing these to online GP consultations with the doctor via the use of video only if needed. If neither of these will suffice, we may ask you to come to the surgery for a socially distanced (as much as possible) face to face consultation. We are extremely conscious of your safety and are taking every measure we can to ensure it. The doctor or nurse will meet you at the door, provide you with alcohol hand gel and bring you directly into the consultation room.
If you have symptoms suggestive of Covid 19 then there will be no charge for your consultation. Click here to see the latest updates on Covid 19 from the HSE.
Our admin team can take payment (if applicable) over the phone or via a payment link that we can send via email. This is to avoid you needing to interact face to face with our admin team. Prescriptions will also be sent directly to your nominated pharmacy by email.
We are still doing our routine childhood vaccinations, antenatal checks, and 2 and 6 week checks. Other vaccines and injections are also going ahead. Urgent investigations like bloods, ECGs and 24 hour blood pressure monitors are also still taking place when needed.
Thank you and good luck:
We hope and expect to be doing more and more soon and we really appreciate your patience. Stay at home when possible, socially distance if you do need to go out, don’t touch your face and keep washing the hands!
Why Choose Us As Your GP Surgery?
We aim to provide clinically excellent care that is holistic and focused on the patient. We work hard to try to build a rapport with our patients and maintain a good patient-doctor relationship.
All of our doctors are members of the Irish College of General Practitioners. We are highly trained and experienced in the services we offer.
Our GP Surgery is well located at Newlands Cross, near Clondalkin village in D22, West Dublin. We are right next door to a pharmacy.
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