We may ask the nature of the appointment so as to facilitate appropriate appointment times.

Attendance is by appointment only.

Please telephone or use the appointment request on this website to arrange your consultation. For routine visits we usually require a minimum of 48 hours’ notice, however during busy times, routine appointments may not be available for 4-5 days. Appointments are scheduled to be 15 minutes in duration. If you think you will require extra time we would appreciate it if you could let reception know at the time of booking. We will do our best to facilitate you.

Emergencies (during normal hours)

Not all visits to the doctor can be planned in advance. We reserve a small number of appointments every day for medical emergencies. Please inform our reception staff if you feel you need an urgent appointment, and we will do our best to facilitate this.
Please bear in mind that our phone lines are very busy at this time, so if you cannot get through, please try again. Please call 999 for an emergency.

Phone line opening hours

Monday to Friday, 09.00-12.00 & 14.00-16.00

Please bear in mind that our phone lines are very busy at this time, so if you cannot get through, please try again. Please call 999 for an emergency.

All consultations are by appointment.

  Morning Afternoon
Monday 9.15am – 12pm 2pm – 5.30pm
Tuesday 8.30am – 12pm 2pm – 6pm
Wednesday 9am – 12pm 2pm – 5pm
Thursday 9am – 12pm 2pm – 6pm
Friday 9am – 12pm 2pm – 5pm

Nurse early morning appointments are available from 8.30 am on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday


Please call well in advance if you need to cancel your appointment.  We can reschedule to a time that is convenient for you, and use your appointment slot for someone who may need it.

Non Attendance of appointments/Lateness

Please note that if you are unreasonably late for your appointment time, you may not be seen, and may have to make another appointment.  If you miss your appointment entirely and fail to let us know, the next available appointment may be some time away, and you may not get to see a doctor when needed.  Please stay in touch with us if you are running late and we will do our best to accommodate this.

Out of Hours


For urgent medical advice or in case of an emergency outside our regular hours, the practice is part of Dubdoc, an out of hours co-op run by local GPs. This is located in the outpatient department of St. James’s Hospital. Charges may apply for these services.

Their number is 01 – 454 5607

Please see their website https://www.dubdoc.ie for more information.

Doctor on Duty

We are also members of Doctor on Duty – their number is 01 420 0880. Please see their website https://www.doctoronduty.ie/ for more information.

Please note, fees for the above services are payable directly by the patient, unless you hold a valid medical card.

House Calls

If you are too ill to visit the surgery and you require a home visit, please contact the surgery, phone 01 4730893 before 10am, if possible.  A doctor will speak to you in relation to the request.