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The persisting crisis in the NHS has had a huge impact on General Practice. With an ageing population and the complex medical needs of patients rising we have seen a significant increase in the demands on GP surgeries. We have also seen a large number of GP’s retiring from the profession and a huge decrease in the number of GP’s willing to take on Partnership positions in practice.


We have advertised for new partners since Dr Peter retired in 2016 without success. Therefore this situation has unfortunately led to Dr Michael and Dr Nuala making the decision to transfer the responsibility of managing the practice to the Health Board in an attempt to try and find a solution. In practical terms this means that in 6 months time the running of the practice will be

taken over by the Health Board.


Currently we are confident that a solution can be found and that the impact on patients and staff will be minimal.

CHRISTMAS/NEW YEAR OPENING 2019                                                

Christmas Eve Tuesday 24th AM - normal opening

                            PM - closed/emergency appointments only        (telephone 07999 861543

Christmas Day Wednesday 25th         closed

Boxing day Thursday   26th                closed

Friday 27th                                            normal                              

Monday 30th                                      normal opening                

New Years Eve Tuesday 31ST AM - normal opening        

                            PM - closed/emergency appointments only

                                                       (telephone 07999 861543)

New Years Day Wednesday 1st Jan    closed                   

Thursday 2nd Jan                      resume normal opening



If you require a Doctor IN AN EMERGENCY when the Practice is closed please contact Belfast OOH Urgent Care Tel: 028 90744447


In a genuine emergency you should call 999. Chest pains and / or shortness of breath constitute an emergency.  

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