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Dundalk Street Surgery53 Dundalk StreetNewtownhamiltonNewry, BT35 0PBTel: (028) 3087 8204
COVID -19 VACCINATIONS
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The surgery is open at the following times
For medical advice Out of Hours (ie when your surgery is closed), please call (028) 3839 9201.
In an emergency eg collapse, chest pain or severe breathlessness call 999 for an ambulance.
The Out-of-Hours service is based at Daisy Hill Hospital, Newry.
Your details will be taken by a call handler and you will be contacted either by a Doctor or a Nurse for assessment of your problem.
You may receive advice over the phone or be given an appointment to attend an Out-of-Hours Centre.Centres which may be used by our patients include Newry and Armagh.
In some circumstances, but only if it is thought appropriate, a home visit from a doctor can be arranged.
On Christmas Eve the surgery will close at 3pm.
If you need to speak to a doctor between 3pm and 6 pm please ring (028) 3087 8204.
At 6pm the Out of Hours Service at Daisy Hill will take over your care until 9am on Thursday Morning.
For medical advice during this period, please call (028) 3839 9201.
The Practice will be closed on Tuesday 25th and Wednesday 26th December and also on the 1st January.
During these periods care will be provided by the Out of Hours Service located at Daisy Hill Hospital.