Scholarstown Family Practice have 2 exceptional Nurse Practitioners.
ANP Advanced Nurse Practitioner Catriona Keye and
cANP Nurse Heather McDonnell.
*A nurse practitioner (NP) is a nurse who has advanced clinical education and training. NPs share many of the same duties as doctors. They perform physical exams, diagnose and treat diseases and other health conditions, and prescribe medication.
Appointments can include
- Pill checks/Mirena Coil
- Ear Syringe
- Acute minor illnesses
- Eye/Ear infections
- Sinus/Throat/Chest infections
- Suture removal
- Wound Infection/Dressings
- BP Checks/Monitors
- Cervical Screening
- Repeat prescriptions (certain medications)
- Passport forms
- CDM (Chronic Disease Management)
If you are in need of urgent care and we cannot offer you a same day appt please consider other options listed
TLC Doc - www.tlcdoc.ie
- Monday to Friday – We are open from 6pm – 22:00pm (lines open from 5.30pm)
- Weekends & Bank Holidays – We are open from 10am – 18:00pm (lines open 24/7)
- 045 848 707 (out of hours urgent GP service)
Laya Wellbeing urgent care/minor injuries/illnesses Walk-in Urgent Care | Consultant Led | Laya Health & Wellbeing Clinics (layahealthcare.ie)
www.layahealthcare.ie Be seen within 1 hour 10am to 10pm Open 365 days
VHI - Urgent Care Carrickmines (vhi.ie)
Eircode D18 R6HX
Clinic Open times 8am-9pm
We are very aware that our phone lines are extremely busy.
It is impossible to answer the volume of calls we are currently receiving.
If you have a query, we ask that you email us.
*Medical advice cannot be given over email or phone.
WE HAVE MOVED
Scholarstown Family Practice has moved location to
Unit 9 Woodstown Shopping Centre, Ballycullen Road, Knocklyon D16 A6P4
Current public health advice is that face masks should still be worn in healthcare settings.
*Please DO NOT attend the surgery without one
Bloods Clinic (Fee)
As of October 26th 2021, Blood test fee will be €40.
Vaccine registration HSE Portal Info
We provide a full range of GP consultations for general medical problems, acute issues, and chronic medical conditions (e.g. diabetes, heart disease). Appointments can be made by phoning the surgery on 01-4936711 during office hours 08:30 - 18:30 Monday to Friday. We will always try to see you at the time of your appointment. If, however there is a delay please be patient as there is usually a good reason.
When making your appointment, please give the receptionist a brief description of your problem so that she can suggest the most appropriate person for you to see and how long your appointment should be.
If you cannot attend an appointment for any reason please inform us as soon as possible in order for us to give the slot to someone else.