Suffolk Street Surgery: 01 679 8181
Suffolk Street Surgery
Suffolk Street Surgery
Suffolk Street Surgery
Suffolk Street Surgery
Suffolk Street Surgery
Suffolk Street Surgery
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Temporary Surgery Closure

Due to circumstances outside of our control, this surgery will be closed for one week in August: 16/08/2021 – 20/08/2021, inclusive.

For urgent appointments during this time, please contact Doctor on Duty on 01 4539333.
For emergencies, please call 112 or 999, or attend your nearest hospital’s Emergency Department.
We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause you

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Welcome to the Suffolk Street Surgery

At Suffolk Street Surgery, we aim to provide excellence in medical care to all our patients.

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If you think you may be experiencing symptoms of Covid-19 (Coronavirus) please: DO NOT visit any surgery or Emergency Department. You will be putting others at risk, particularly older people and people with weakened immune systems. DO stay home, self-isolate, and contact us to arrange a referral for testing. Please be patient as you wait for testing – health care professionals are doing all they can to meet demand.

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Feeling Unwell ?

Are you stressed? Tired? Not sleeping well? Suffering from low mood? Look after your mental health. Come and talk to our doctors who will lend a sympathetic ear and offer practical advice and help. Phone us on 01 6798181 for an appointment.

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Cervical Smears

Did you know, if you are aged between 25 – 60, you are eligible for a free smear.
Regular smears are your best defence against developing cervical cancer in the future.

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Health Screening

The intention of screening is to identify disease in a community early, thus enabling earlier intervention and management in the hope to reduce mortality and suffering from a disease.

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