The Windmill Medical Centre delivers a range of specialised primary care services in a modern, spacious surgery in the heart of Skerries
Due to the ransomware attack on the HSE/Dept. of Health, GP Practices are experiencing delays and disruptions to normal service and to ask for understanding at this time.
Covid-19 Vaccine Portal is now open for those aged 40-69
Please register immediately with the HSE Portal
The practice is not in a position to offer an alternative for those aged 60-69 or those aged 40-59 who are not in cohort 4 & 7. Please do not phone reception regarding this issue as we need to keep the phone lines clear for all Urgent Medical Emergencies. If you have a query as to whether you meet the criteria for Cohort 4 & 7, please email us at
Cohort 4 & 7 aged between 18-59
All 1st Vaccinations for our Patients in the above Cohorts have been completed. Patients were assigned vaccines in line with the list of inclusion criteria by the HSE which enabled us to determine the patients eligible for vaccination for the vaccines we were provided with.
The Windmill Medical Centre is bound by the National Guidelines with respect to vaccine administration. Vaccines will be made available to patients as per HSE guidelines only.
If you recently arrived into Ireland from abroad
Home Isolation & Quarantine GuidelinesClick on the "Advice for General Public" Tab on the link below
Coronavirus COVID-19 - How we are operating
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.
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
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
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