The Windmill Medical Centre delivers a range of specialised primary care services in a modern, spacious surgery in the heart of Skerries

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Coronavirus COVID-19 

The Windmill Medical Centre remains open throughout the Covid-19 pandemic.  We have put protocols in place to ensure the safety of patients and staff in line with Public Health guidelines.  We have changed the way we manage

GP consultations.  Initially, you will have a telephone consultation and then the doctor will arrange an examination at the surgery, if medically necessary.  To comply with Public Health guidelines your visit to the surgery will be less than 15 minutes as your medical history will have been taken at the telephone consultation.  Please be aware that Telephone Consultations will be charged at a lower rate of 50 euros for non medical card holders.

We will continue to deal with everyday medical issues that occur during this period including routine pregnancy care, childhood vaccinations, and urgent blood tests/investigations.  

We understand that this is a very challenging time.  Your patience is appreciated while we adjust to this new working environment.

If you cannot get through to the surgery and it is an emergency please call 999  or 112 for an urgent ambulance.

 

If you recently arrived into Ireland from abroad

https://www2.hse.ie/conditions/coronavirus/recently-arrived-into-ireland-from-britain.html

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Home Isolation & Quarantine Guidelines

Please click on the "Advice for General Public" Tab on the link below for all up to date HSE Advice

www.hpsc.ie/a-z/respiratory/coronavirus/novelcoronavirus/factsheetsandresources/


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COVID-19 vaccine

https://www2.hse.ie/covid-19-vaccine/

We are in the process of completing the Vaccination Clinics for our Patients who are aged 70 and over.  Our next and final categories to be vaccinated in our clinics are those in Category 4 (very high risk) and 7(high risk), in Our Services Tab (in the Menu above)  you will find both a comprehensive information leaflet on the Pfizer Vaccine and you will also find a helpful Q&A Sheet  for answers to the most popular queries.

A link to to the Covid 19 Vaccine Portal has been added to our Covid 19 tab for those)for those in the current HSE advertised age categories.  An information leaflet on the AstraZeneca vaccine is also available on this tab for those eligible patients.

 


Appointments

We operate an appointment based practice. Please phone reception on
01 849 5500 to arrange an appointment with our doctors or nurse.

Services

We offer a range of services to our patients from both day-to-day routine visits to the more complex consultation.  For full details click the link below.  

Opening Hours

Reception is open for calls from  

08:30-12:45  
Monday - Friday 
         &
14:00-17:00  - Monday - Friday 

A Doctor is not onsite until 9.15am so please do not attend the surgery without an appointment

Appointment Times:
Currently during this pandemic, for the safety of both patients and staff, appointments will only be issued following a telephone consultation first

Medical Emergencies Only
between 17:00-17.45
can contact us on the emergency number listed on our answering machine. 

Out of Hours 

D-Doc provide our our of hours care - for an appointment call 1850 224477  This service is available from 6pm-8am weekdays and from 6pm on Friday until 8am on Monday.

Easter Opening Hours
02/04/2021 - Good Friday - closed
05/04/2021 - Easter Monday - Closed
D-Doc is available from 6.30pm on Thursday 01/04/2021 to 8am Tuesday 6/04/2021  ph - 1850 224477
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