Coronavirus Vaccination Information
Our Covid19 vaccination rollout began in February and we are currently vaccinating Cohort 3- or patients over 70 years of age. Please visit our vaccines page for further information on the vaccine rollout.
Over 70s rollout with Pfizer vaccine ongoing – if you are over 70 and have not been contacted by our practice, please contact reception.
Update to vaccine rollout for patients aged 60-69 – These patients will now be vaccinated with Astra Zeneca in mass vaccine clinics, regardless of risk category and are invited to register on the HSE portal, starting 15th April, please see further information and registration link here
Please note, we will not be able to accommodate patients in the 60-69 group who would prefer the Pfizer vaccine over Astra Zeneca, there is no choice at present in vaccines and we would encourage everyone to take the vaccine they are offered. Astra Zeneca is proven to be safe and effective, particularly in the population over 60 that it is being rolled out in, we would strongly encourage our patients to take it when offered.
We are asking patients not to ring the surgery with vaccine queries unless absolutely necessary. This is in order to keep our phone lines open for patients in need of urgent medical care.
Covid Vaccine: Further Information
There is lots of information available on the HSE and government websites about the covid vaccine rollout and the vaccines being used at the resources below:
Covid Vaccine Cohort 4 & 7 Contact form
Please complete the contact form on our vaccines page if you think you qualify for the Covid vaccine in Cohort 4 or Cohort 7. Please read the vaccines page carefully before submitting any form.
Due to the increased volume of queries about Coronavirus- we are now asking patients to fill out the following questionnaire to help us assess you more efficiently. Please note you must already be a registered member of the practice to complete this form. If you have moderate or severe symptoms please contact your GP/ out of hours or emergency services immediately. Disclaimer: These online form submissions are only checked Monday to Friday during business hours (*Xmas opening hours 9-3pm). If you require weekend or evening testing out of hours please contact Dubdoc on 01 4545607.
After referral, your GP does not know when your test will take place. It may take several days. Please do not contact your GP for COVID-19 test results. Following your test you will be contacted by the testing system by text if your test is negative. If positive you will be contacted by public health for contact tracing. You may be waiting a number of days for your test result. Please do not make multiple calls to the practice and keep the phone lines available for patients who are seeking help with symptoms. Remember- if you have symptoms self isolate, don’t wait for a test result. If your symptoms are deteriorating please contact your GP/ out of hours or emergency services.
For close contacts of confirmed cases of COVID19, please isolate and await contact from the HSE contact tracing service.