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THE FAMILY PRACTICE, 1A Upper Main Street, Strabane, County Tyrone, BT82 8ARTel: 02871 384118
You can request your repeat medication by the following methods:-
1. Using your repeat slip (right hand side of prescription) ticking the items you need to order and handing this slip into the practice or posting it to the practice.
2. Order Online - to set up an oline account please bring a form of ID to the Reception desk (this is for patients aged 16 years and older).
3. Fax your repeat medication slip to the practice.
We understand that this might not be popular with some patients but we hope that you will understand that safety is of paramount importance.
REGIONAL EMERGENCY SOCIAL WORK SERVICE
THE SERVICE IS AVAILABLE OUTSIDE NORMAL OFFICE HOURS INCLUDING WEEKENDS AND PUBLIC HOLIDAYS
MB BCh BAO (1990 QUB) DCH MRCGP DPD (GMC 3471476) Special Interests: Dermatology/Cardiology/Anti-Coagulation Monitoring
MB BCh BAO (1992 QUB) DRCOG DGM DCH DFFP MRCGP Dip PAL MED (GMC 3680973) Special Interests:- Palliative Care/Family Planning/Child Health
MB BCh BAO (1999 QUB) DRCOG DGM MRCGP (GMC 4646006) Special Interests:- Diabetics/COPD/Asthma/Minor Surgery
MB BS2011 EAST ANGLIA
Tel. 028 71 384118 Ext 2333
Our Practice Nurse runs the following clinics in co-operation with the doctors and is also available to discuss any general medical problems that you may wish to bring up.
Appointments can be made for the Practice Nurse by contacting the receptionists.
PG Cert, BSc Hons, RGN
The Treatment Room exists to provide nursing care in the Health Centre. It is fully equipped for minor surgical procedures, resuscitation, ECG, Minor Injuries and Phlebotomy Services.
BA (Hons) Business Studies
Pharmacist for Family Practice
Tel: 028 71 384114
Our Midwives, based in the Health Centre, are available:
Monday 09:00 – 10:00 Booking Clinic (first appointments)
Tuesday & Wednesday 09:00 – 10:0 Antenatal Clinics (reviews)
The District Nursing Team are in daily contact with the Practice and are available for advice and care to housebound patients.
Child Health/Immunisation clinics aim to ensure the wellbeing of children up to the age of 5. A planned programme of health, development checks and immunisations are available:
Tuesdays: 14:00 – 16:00, Thursdays: 09:00 – 11:00.
(Mental Health Nurse)
PAMS – Professional Allied to Medicines
We have on site Podiatry, Physiotherapy and a Dietician. Appointments can be made by referral from your doctor.
Dr Mary Gallagher (Bsc) - appointment by referral.