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Self Referral for Coronavirus Testing (NI)


Who can apply for a test?

Anyone with coronavirus symptoms can apply if they are, or live with an essential worker, a person aged 65 or over, or someone who travels to work. You can also apply for a test if you have a clinical referral from NHS 111 online. Coronavirus symptoms are a high temperature or a new, continuous cough.

When to apply for a test

You need to get the test done in the first 5 days of having symptoms. It’s best to apply for the test in the first 3 days as it may take 1 or 2 days to arrange.

Medical Advice -Coronavirus


Information based on the latest evidence regarding Covid-19 produced by the UK government. For patients/parents/carers

Advice for Employers/Employee's- Northern Ireland Specific


If you require medical evidence for self isolation or home working, please print off the Covid letter above- we are not issuing individualized letters as per current government guidelines. 

Link to HMRC Self Certification


HMRC Form SC2- for self certification. Also see link for specific NHS 111 Isolation note. A more detailed letter from the surgery is available as above should further documentation be required.

NHS 111 Isolation Note


If you require an isolation note- follow this link to apply via NHS 111

Information On Prescriptions


We are producing prescriptions in line with our current practices. We are NOT issuing early in order to ensure a steady medicines supply throughout the province as per the Guidelines given to us from the Health and Social Care Board. Patients will be asked to nominate a pharmacy for collection as we are minimising footfall through the surgery. This is a temporary measure in light of the current pandemic and as soon as possible, patients will be invited back to collect their own prescription where desired.

Information On Appointments


All Routine Appointments have been suspended. GP appointments will be initially screened by reception staff. Please expect a phone call from the GP. This is to minimise the risk of spread of Coronavirus in line with the UK Government guidelines. We may offer a video consultation in certain circumstances where we feel it necessary to see remotely. 

As it is only a half day on a Wednesday in the surgery, telephone triage will be for emergencies only on a Wednesday morning.There may also be some weeks during the summer where we will have to run with emergency only telephone triage as it can prove difficult at times to get GP cover.

During these times our reception staff will do their best to deal with your queries but you may be asked to call back the following week to speak to a GP.

We appreciate your co-operation and patience during these times.

Coronavirus 'Sex-Plained'

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Throughout the pandemic, your support in following public health guidelines has been vital in reducing the spread of coronavirus. By doing so, you have saved lives. As ‘lockdown’ restrictions are eased, we face the risk of a second wave of infection. We can all help minimise that risk by continuing to support public health measures to control the spread, such as testing and contact tracing.

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