We provide a broad range of services including antenatal care, baby and child care, health promotion, psychological support, chronic disease care, and care of the dying.

Family Medical Care:

Maternity Care : Antenatal & Postnatal   Learn More

Paediatric & Baby Health

Teen Health

Women’s Health

Men’s Health

Older/Senior Health

Mental Health

Practice Nurse Services:

Ambulatory Blood Pressure Monitoring (24hr ABPM)

Blood Pressure check

  • Requesting a blood test for the first time/annual blood test will require an initial consultation with the doctor
  • Requesting a blood test for a consultant will require a documented request to be provided to the nurse

Cervical Smear Test – National Screening Programme Learn More

Private Cervical Smear Test


Ear Syringing


Stop Smoking Advice


  • Chicken Pox
  • HPV
  • Primary Childhood Vaccinations
  • Shingles
  • Tetanus

Check-Ups & Prevention

Cancer Screenings

Cardiovascular Disease Prevention

Genetic Risk Factor Assessment

Menopause Consultations

Well Woman Check-ups

Well Men Check-ups

Sexual Health & Fertility:

Contraception Choices   Learn More

Fertility Assessment

Pregnancy Planning

STI Testing

Comprehensive GP Care:

Chronic Disease Management

Coordination of Hospital

Lab Tests & Diagnosis

Mental Health Services

Palliative Care

Menopause Clinic

Dermatology/Skin Care

Weight Management/Loss

Allergy Testing

Aesthetic Medicine

Botox & Fillers

Other Services

Cryosurgery – Removal of warts, verrucas

Driving Licence Medicals

Scuba Diving Medicals

Insurance Medical

Insurance Reports

Medico-Legal Reports

Minor Surgery

Pre-Employment Medical



Free Cervical Smear Testing in Association with CervicalCheck – The National Cervical Screening Programme

This National Programme provides free smear tests to women aged 25-60 who are eligible for screening.  If you are aged between 25 and 44 you are advised to have a smear every three years and if aged between 45 and 60 you are advised to have a smear every five years.

Cervical Screening is the most effective method of reducing a woman’s risk of developing cervical cancer. A smear test is used for cervical screening and is a simple procedure to detect precancerous cells.

From the 1st September 2009, women must be invited to attend for their free smear. In order to receive an invitation you must register online with CervicalCheck.