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Services

Mission Statement: We aim to provide a quality health service for the whole family in a caring and friendly environment.
Portmarnock Family Practice offers the following services

Repeat Prescription 
Please request your repeat prescription by phone or in person. Please  allow 48 hours for repeat prescription requests. 
Most patients will require 6 monthly review for ongoing renewal of prescription.  
A charge of €20 applies for all private prescriptions without a consultation. You will be sent a text with a secure link to pay the Private Prescription Fee after you have requested the prescription.

Medical Card patients have their fees paid for by the State.

Please check with your pharmacy regarding validity of ongoing prescription  / whether it is needed before requesting. 

If you are unsure what prescription items you require - a prescription re-order form can be requested at reception.  

Consultations

GMS - Medical Card Services

GP Visit Card Service for children under 8 

Pregnancy Testing

Maternity & Post-natal Care

Two and Six week check ups for infant under Combined Antenatal Care Scheme

Boostrix/Flu Vaccination in Pregnancy

Cervical Smear Testing

Free Contraception checkups and care for women aged 17-30

Well Woman Care

Well Man check up

Family Planning Advice

Mirena Coil insertions

Implanon Contraceptive device insertion

Childhood Immunisations

Chicken Pox Vaccination

Meningitis B Vaccination

Gardasil Vaccination

Influenza & Pneumococcal Vaccinations

Travel Vaccination Services

Asthma cycle of care

Diabetic cycle of care

Cholesterol Testing & Advice

Ear Syringing

Joint Injection

Cryotherpy to warts/verrucae/skin tags

Driving License Medicals

Insurance Medical Examinations

Pre-Employment Medicals

ECG

24 Hour Ambulatory Blood Pressure Monitoring service

5 day home Blood Pressure Monitoring service.

Dr Flood, Dr. Short and Dr. Clarke have GMS lists and are signing up patients from Portmarnock, Malahide and Baldoyle as far as the DART line.

House Calls

House calls are carried out to the elderly and infirm, to terminally ill patients and where patients are unable to attend the surgery, in case of genuine emergency need.

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