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Holywood Road Surgery54 Holywood RoadBelfast, BT4 1NTTel: 028 9065 4668
We are considering adopting text messaging for patients, we will assume you have consented unless we are notified otherwise. Text messaging will be used for reminder appointments and for vaccination clinics.
Due to present COVID restrictions we are operating an emergency COVID Telephone Triage System - please only telephone the Surgery if you require emergency advice.
There are a limited number of telephone call back slots available - the telephone lines are open from:
The receptionist will arrange for a GP to return your phone call.
If you are ill and need to contact a Doctor outside normal surgery hours (after 6 pm, weekends or Bank/Public Holidays) please contact SEBDOC, based at the Knockbreda Centre,
Patients are reminded that unplanned attendance at Hospital should be for ACCIDENTS & EMERGENCIES ONLY and the Out of Hours Service is provided for URGENT MEDICAL CARE ONLY.
In the case of urgent need when the practice is closed you can also view the NHS Direct Website.
Call 999 in an emergency. Chest pains and / or shortness of breath constitute an emergency.