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We are in the process of changing computer systems.  We would appreciate your patience over the next few months as we make the transition.

'Self-Care' please click on to the link for further information

Dr Kidd runs a specialised contraception clinic, please make an appointment if you wish to discuss options. 

The treatment room operates an appointment system - you need to contact them directly in person or by phoning them on 028 94413977.

Routine appointments are 10minutes per patient. If you require a longer consultation, please book a double appointment.

Please switch off mobile phones during your appointment.

If you wish to speak to a GP by telephone, please ring the surgery before 11am and the GP will ring you back between 12pm and 2pm. Please keep your telephone line free.

Please inform us immediately if you change your address, contact number or email address.  You can do this by completing the on-line form (see change of address) or contacting the practice directly.  It is your responsibility to contact relevant hospitals, health care organisations or professionals, if you or a family member are waiting for a hospital appointment.  Failure to do so could result in you or your family member missing an appointment due to an incorrect address.

Bogus Calls

Incidents of bogus callers contacting individuals in Northern Ireland by telephone is increasing. The majority of people targeted are over 60 years old. The bogus caller will often indicate that they have been asked to call you by your local GP or Health Professional to discuss your health.

What should you do if you get a call?

If you receive a call that you are not expecting, you should be cautious. The vital things to remember are:

1. We will NEVER provide your name and contact telephone number to a company to contact you to discuss your health, or to sell you products over the phone. This is a scam call.

2. DO NOT give your card or bank details no matter who they claim to be.

If you are not happy with a phone call and are suspicous of the conversation you have with the caller then please end the call and contact the police via the non-emergency number -101. Please also let us know.

Useful Contacts:

PSNI- If you think you have been a victim of this type of crime, call the non-emergency number: 101.

Telephone Preference Service (TPS): This free service will help you block some unwanted and nuisance calls - 08450700707.

Age N.I Advice Service: Have advice and leaflets tailored for older individuals - 0808 808 7575

Trading Standards: Can assist you if you think you have been the victim of a scam - 0300 123 6262

 



 
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