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At the Coombe Family Practice we provide medical care to both private and GMS (medical card) patients in the local area.

Private Patients
 
If you live in Ireland and do not have a medical card or GP visit card, you are considered a private patient if you visit your family doctor (GP).  This means that you must pay for the services provided.
 
Services which are free to private patients
 
Certain services are provided to private patients free of charge—for example, maternity and infant welfare services, immunization and vaccination services and CervicalCheck (national cervical screening programme).  There are certain terms and conditions of these schemes.  If unsure, please ask reception when booking your appointment.
 
General Medical Card
 
This card entitles you to most medical treatment and prescriptions free. 
 
Doctor Visit Card
 
This card entitles you to doctor visit only, you will have to pay for your prescriptions from the pharmacy.  
 
PLEASE MAKE SURE YOU HAVE A VALID MEDICAL CARD
IF IT EXPIRES, NORMAL CHARGES APPLY
 

 

PRICE LIST

Routine consultation with doctor

50

Routine consultation with nurse

30

Extra family member (under 16 years)

30

Return visit (within fortnight)

30

Consultation plus blood test

60

Home visit

70

   

Driving licence (including GMS)

50

Dressing

30

Minor surgical procedure

70

BP monitoring (24 hour)

50

Flu vaccine

20

Blood tests

20

Blood tests requested by consultant

30

Pre-employment medical

80

Boxing medical (including GMS)

50

ECG

30

Ear syringing

30

Cryotherapy (wart removal) first visit

30

Cryotherapy additional visit

20

STI screening

80

Joint injections

100

   

Implanon counselling

60

Implanon insertion                 

100

Implanon removal

120

Coil counselling

60

Coil insertion & follow up (2 visits)             

140

Coil removal

50

 

Appointments

All consultations are by appointment.

NEW Phone line opening hours

Monday to Friday, 09.00-12.00 & 14.00-16.00

Please bear in mind that our phone lines are very busy at this time, so if you cannot get through, please try again. Please call 999 for an emergency.

 

APPOINTMENT HOURS

 

Morning

Afternoon

Monday

9.15 am- 12pm

2pm- 6 pm

Tuesday

8.30am-12pm

2pm- 6pm

Wednesday

9am-12pm

2pm- 5pm

Thursday

9am-12pm

2pm- 6pm

Friday

9am-12pm

2pm- 5pm

Nurse early morning appointments are available from 8.30 am on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday

 

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Out of Hours

If the practice is closed and you need a doctor urgently, the following services are available. Please note, the out of hours services are not for routine appointments.

Dubdoc Emergency Service - St. James’ Hospital. Ph:01-4545607.
(Dubdoc is an on-call GP service run by local GPs on a rota basis and is by appointment only).

Monday - Friday: 6.00pm - 10.00pm
Saturday/ Sunday/ Bank Holidays: 10.00am - 6.00pm

Doctor on Duty. Ph: 01 8300244.
For emergencies outside of surgery hours/ Dubdoc hours.

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