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Dr Kidd & Dr Cosgrove Antrim Health CentreStation RoadAntrim, BT41 4BSTel: 028 9441 3950
Please allow 72 hours for all prescription requests excluding weekends and bank holidays.
'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 - please contact reception on 028 94 413950 to book an appointment.
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.
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.
Repeat prescriptions can be requested by telephone, post, in person or online. Please give 48 hours notice for all prescription requests.
Alternatively you can use the EMIS Access system which will allow you to do the following:
To use this system you must complete registration forms in the practice to acquire a username and password. Please come into the surgery and speak to one of the receptionists who will be able to help you. You will need to provide photographic Identification. Please note not all scripts you recieve regularly may be on your repeat medication list, for example painkillers, diazepam, antidepressants etc. - if they are not you will not be able to order these through this website but instead need to contact reception. You will not be able to order scripts that you are not usually on or any one-off scripts through this website.
Click Here to order your repeat prescription online
Please give 48 hours notice for your repeat request