E-DOC (Out of Hours) 01 223 4500
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Appointments are available Monday to Friday. We are closed at the weekends and on bank holidays.
Our earliest appointment times are 8:00am for a Nurse and 8:30am for a Doctor.
Our last appointment times are 4:30pm for a Nurse and 4:45pm for a Doctor.
A standard appointment is 10-15 mins and there is an additional charge if the appointment runs over. Should you require an extended consultation for multiple medical issues please state at the time of booking.
Certain appointments such as, but not limited to, Minor Surgery, 6 Week Postnatal Check, Mental Health, Mirena Coil / Implanon and Power of Attorney will require an extended consultation and be charged accordingly. Our most common fees can be found here.
If you are unable to keep your appointment for any reason please inform us as soon as possible.
Please call us on 01 287 4275 between 8am and 6pm weekdays to make an appointment. Kindly state the reason for your visit, e.g.: vaccinations, cervical check, ear syringing etc.
If you need medical advice from 6 pm to 8 am Monday to Friday or at any time (24 Hours) during weekends and Bank Holidays please call EDOC on 01 223 4500. EDOC is based in St Columcille's Hospital in Loughlinstown but you must have an appointment before attending.
If you have a medical emergency call 999 or 112.
Please visit hse.ie for most comprehensive and up to date information relating to Covid-19.
We are currently taking on a limited number of new patients. Applicants to become a patient must have an address within Greystones or Delgany and not have a doctor within that catchment area. To apply to become a patient of Greystones Medical Centre please email a request to [email protected].
Please include the following details in you request:
If you are accepted as a patient of the Medical Centre, you will be asked to complete a registration form and you may be asked to make an initial appointment to see the doctor.
In order to provide for your care we need to collect and keep information about you and your health in your personal medical record. The information will be used to create your personal medical record on our computer systems.
Our practices are consistent with the Medical Council guidelines and the privacy principles of the Data Protection Acts.
Applying to become a patient or submitting the registration form does not guarantee acceptance to the Medical Centre. A member of our team will contact you as soon as possible to advise if we currently have space on our patient lists. If you are accepted as a new patient and have a chronic medical condition or take regular medications, we request that you arrange a registration consultation with one of our doctors as soon as possible.
Prescriptions are only available for patients of Greystones Medical Centre.
Repeat prescriptions can be ordered through our website
First time prescriptions require an appointment with your GP.
We carry out blood tests between 8am and 12pm Monday to Friday. An appointment is needed for all blood tests.
Fasting blood tests are normally required for blood sugar, cholesterol, lipid, iron and basic or comprehensive metabolic panel tests.
Fasting requirements vary slightly depending on the test but the safe rule is nothing except water for 12 hours prior to the test.
Further information on blood tests can be found on HSE website.
If you are waiting on blood test results we will normally contact you by phone or text message within 2 weeks. If you have not heard from us within 2 weeks please call the Medical Centre on 01 287 4275.
If you only require a cert for your employer this is known as a Medical Cert or Sick Cert and can be arranged by booking an appointment with the doctor.
If you require a cert to claim illness benefit this is known as a Social Welfare Cert or E-Cert and can be arranged by booking an appointment with the doctor.
We will require your PPS number for E-Certs which are sent electronically by us to The Department of Social Welfare.
You will need to complete an IB1 form to claim illness benefit. The form can be completed online at MyWelfare.ie or copies are available at our reception.
If you require an extension to any of the above certs please send your request by email to [email protected] allowing a minimum 3-5 day turnaround. We will contact you if we require further information.
Urine samples may be dropped into the Medical Centre once a follow up telephone appointment has been made in advance with the doctor or nurse practitioner. Urine samples will only be accepted in the correct labelled container available from our reception.
There is a minimum administration charge of €20 but this may be higher depending on the form required.
There is a minimum 3-5 day turnaround on forms.
Please email your request and attached the form to [email protected]
Alternatively, you can drop the form into our reception desk. Please assist us by filling in your own details on the form as much as possible.
There is a minimum administration charge of €20 but this may be higher depending on the document required.
Email your request to [email protected]
There is a minimum 3-5 day turnaround on document requests.
Our most common fees can be found on our website.
Please email any accounts related queries to [email protected]. There is a minimum 3-5 day turnaround on document requests.
Receipts are issued at the time of payment. Please keep all of your receipts as there is a charge for annual statements and reissuing receipts.
Please see Physiotherapy Clinic page.
Please see Hearing Clinic page.
Please see Chiropody & Podiatry Clinic page.
Try our Patient Information page with helpful links and forms.
Your comments are important. We welcome feedback, both positive and negative. You can find the information here about the patient feedback process.
If you still have a question you may contact us on 01 287 4275 during our opening hours.
Healthmail: [email protected]
Fax number: 01 287 4646
You can now order your repeat prescription online and collect from your local pharmacy