In an emergency please dial 999 first to activate an ambulance response!

Always call 999 first in the case of an accident or medical emergency when a person is seriously ill or injured and their life is at risk. In a situation where you think someone may be having a heart attack or stroke, call 999 immediately.

If you feel that a GP is required for emergency care please call the surgery on +353 21 4772717 or outside surgery hours contact the SouthDoc out-of-hours GP service on 1850 335 999


We offer a phlebotomy service for an extensive range of blood tests.

These include: 

  • Full blood count
  • Liver function
  • Kidney function.
  • Glucose (test for diabetes, requires fasting for 14 hours prior to test, water may be taken).
  • Cholesterol (requires fasting for 14 hours prior to test, water may be taken.
  • Thyroid function
  • B12
  • Folate
  • Ferritin 
  • Prostate Specific Antigen (men > 50 years)
  • INR (for those on warfarin)

Other tests such as hemochromatosis screen, coeliac screen, rheumatoid screen and other tests as deemed necessary. 

Blood tests are carried out each morning and are collected by our courier at lunchtime. Samples are sent to the laboratory in Cork University Hospital.

Results are given to the patient by the doctor or routine results are given by the practice nurse. 

Patients are asked to phone for results one week after the test.