The Practice

All surgeries are by appointment only. There will always be a Doctor on call to deal with urgent cases which will be given priority and dealt with as quickly as possible.

Practice Area

We accept new patients who are living within a 5 mile radius (as the crow flies) of the surgery.

Patient’s changing address to outside our 5 miles radius will be asked to register with a GP surgery closer to their home.

Practice Opening Hours

Monday 8:30am – 12:30pm 2.00pm – 5.30pm
Tuesday 8:30am – 12:30pm 2.00pm – 5.30pm
Wednesday 8:30am – 12:30pm 2.00pm – 5.30pm
Thursday 8:30am – 12:30pm 2.00pm – 5.30pm
Friday 8:30am – 12:30pm 2.00pm – 5.30pm

NB The telephone system operates between the hours of 8.30am-12.30pm and 2.00pm-6.00pm

GP Training

Dromore Doctors Surgery is an accredited training practice, so periodically there will be trainee GP’s working alongside our GP partners.

Video-Recording Consultations

As part of our training and commitment to improving our service, we may carry out video consultations. No examinations will be recorded – only the consultation. Your consent will always be required before and after this is done, and if you do not wish your consultation to be recorded on video, we will of course respect your wishes.

Cervical Cytology (Smears) Clinic

Open Daily By Appointment. Please Contact Reception To Book An Appointment.

Ordering Prescriptions

We offer 2 ways to order your prescription:

  1. Online
  2. Telephone (02892474758)

**Please note that it takes 2-3 days to process all prescriptions order via any of the above ways – so please allow this time when ordering**

How to collect your prescription:

  1. Collection at either Johnston’s or Sterling’s chemist – please advise reception if this is the option you would prefer

**Please note any urgent prescriptions issued by the on call Dr in the mornings will be ready for collection after 4pm the same day**

Ring back protocol:

We offer 2 types of ring back services:

  1. Emergency – these are carried out by the on call Dr usually in the morning time – they are prioritised in order of symptons given – this is why our receptionist ask for symptons etc so that the Dr can triage the calls – examples of emergency ring back call includes children under 5, pregnant women who are concerned, elderly patients and acute illnesses
  2. Routine – these calls are carried out by one of the Drs between 12 – 2pm – examples of routine ring back calls include referrals, first sickline requests, blood results queries, anything else that is non emergency and you feel you need to speak to a Dr.