If you are planning a foreign holiday or business trip this year, please consider us in the Johnstown Medical Centre for advice and and vaccinations before your trip. We have extensive experience in providing advice for safe travel to most of the common and not so common travel destinations. Our service is also very competitively priced when compared to most other service providers around the city both for the cost of the visits and the cost of the vaccines.
The influenza vaccine for the 2016-2017 season is now available. One of the most important health interventions people with pre-existing health complaints and over 65’s can do is get annual Flu vaccination and the Pneumonia vaccine once off. People under 65 and in good health benefit from flu vaccination by avoiding having to take to the bed for a number of days with a severe respiratory illness or having to take time off work.
Administration is free with a medical card or doctor visit card. We encourage our medical card and doctor visit card holders to have their yearly influenza vaccine with us in the Johnstown Medical Centre. Vaccine if easily available Monday to Friday with our Practice Nurse or with your doctor.
Excisions of simple skin lumps and bumps or punch biopsy is available through Dr. O’Leary.
Cryotherapy (liquid nitrogen freezing) is available from our doctors and nurse for a wide range of skin conditions both innocent and precancerous.
Cervical smears are available free to all women over the age of 25 through the national Cervical Check program. You can register on www.cervicalcheck.ie or fill out a form at the front desk. You will be sent out an invitation letter. After that please contact our front desk to organise your test.
All common forms of contraception are available through the practice. Dr. O’Leary provides an Implanon insertion service. Drs. Niamh Ryan and Brian Kilbride provide a Mirena Coil service to patients of the practice and to Medical Card Holders and Doctor only visit Card holders from our practice and by referral from other practices in the Dun Laoghaire area.
Johnstown Medical Centre is a Family Medicine, General Practice and Primary Care Centre.
The 2016/17 season Flu Vaccine is now available.
Please book in over the next few weeks with Nurse Mary for your annual flu vaccination to be covered in time. Flu vaccine is best admisnistered in September , October and November.
Our Medical Team:
Dr. Fergus Mason Dr. Barry Danaher
Dr. Brian Kilbride Dr. Conor O'Leary
Dr. Joan Macken Dr. Niamh Ryan
Dr. Catherine Gaffney Dr. Jenny Quigley
Practice Nurse Mary Burke
We are delighted to welcome Dr. Jenny Quigley to the practice team for her year as G.P. Registrar and also to welcome Dr Catherine Gaffney who will be with us till Christmas.
We offer many choices for your Visit with our Family Practice and Primary Care Team of GPs and Practice Nurse.
Choice 1 - Same Day or Next Day Visits
Choice 2 - Your regular GP or up to 4 other regular Family Doctors.
Choice 3 - Female or Male Doctor.
Good Standards in general Medical Practice are our goal. We aim to meet, and exceed, the national standards from the IMC ( Irish Medical Council ) and the ICGP ( Irish College of General Practitioners ).
Our doctors have Postgraduate training in General Practice and Family Medicine - on national programmes, in Ireland, and international programmes abroad, e.g. Australia (ACGP), Canada (CCFP) and Britain (RCGP).
Keeping modern and relevant is important. We are a "GP Training Practice" with the Leinster "Trinity College / HSE" GP specialist training programme.
We act as community postgraduate GP Tutors to these doctors.
Closed Bank Holidays
Tel: 01 2855800
Monday to Friday 6pm to 10pm Saturday, Sunday and bank holidays 10 am to 6pm Phone: 01 6639869
Outside of these hours contact Doctor on Duty Locum service - 01 4539333Should you require an urgent medical opinion when the practice is not open, a very expert review can be obtained in DLDOC. See www.dldoc.ie
Johnstown Medical Centre Johnstown Rd, Cabinteely / Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin Tel: +353(0)1 285 5800