Mary Street Medical Centre
Due to COVID 19 our daily operations have changed; we are continuing to see patients for appointments where appropriate. COVID screening questions and temperature checks are ongoing.
Please contact reception by phone if you need to speak with your doctor on
Our phone lines are have been very busy, please be patient, we will be in the surgery all day to answer your queries.
Our aim throughout this will be to try to ensure the health and well-being of you (our patients), and of all those who work in the practice to deliver that care.
We hope that we can work with each other to look after each other. Please look at our COVID page for specific advice if you have personal concern about COVID 19 infection
COVID 19 Testing
Mary Street Medical Centre is now providing COVID 19 tests which are required pre hospital procedures, medical screening or for VISA requirements for travel.
This test is not for patients with COVID symptoms. Patients who are recently returned from non green list countries will still have to complete the quarantine recommendations even if the test does not detect the virus. Results are generally available within 2 working days.
The test involves a nurse or doctor placing a swab in the back of your throat and up one nostril to the back of the nose. This test may be uncomfortable, but does not take long.
Please contact your doctor for further details or email us firstname.lastname@example.org
We have introduced “tele-consultations” and can also provide video consultations as well as providing face to face consultations were appropriate.
We will update this on a regular basis as advice changes (latest update 15th October 2020)
Please contact reception by phone if you need to speak with your doctor on 052 6121288.
We are emailing prescriptions to pharmacies, thereby reducing the time you need to spend in either the practice or the pharmacy. Please notify us of your preferred pharmacy for this service
The practice is now able to send social welfare certificates electronically directly to the Department of Employment Affairs and Social Protection.