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Bangor Health CentreNewtownards RoadBangor, BT20 4LDTel: 02891 242142
OUR TELEPHONE NUMBER IS CHANGING! From the 23rd June 2021 our telephone number will be changing to 02891 242142
Coronavirus: If you suspect that you have Coronavirus please DO NOT visit the surgery. You can get advice or BOOK A Coronavirus TEST by visiting the following website https://www.nidirect.gov.uk/campaigns/coronavirus-covid-19 Alternatively for advice you can call 111 or book a coronavirus test by ringing 119. If you still have concerns and are symptomatic please contact us by telephone on the usual number.
Our Treatment/Bloods room is open for urgent or doctor requested bloods. You must have an appointment before attending.
We are now able to contact our patients by SMS Text message. If you would like to sign up for this service please complete and return a consent form. Consent forms are attached SMS Text consent form or alternatively you can get one from reception.
For details of surgery times please see the appointments page.
Out-of-hours cover is for emergencies only. If an emergency arises outside normal hours this will be dealt with by an experienced doctor, who may not be your own doctor. They decide whether the problem requires telephone advice, whether you need to be seen at the Out-of-Hours Centre or if a home visit is required. Patients should never arrive at the centre without phoning first.Tel 91822344.
If you run out of your repeat medication, your chemist can give you a small supply until you can contact the surgery for a prescription.
Out-of-hours services are generally busy so please think carefully before asking to see a doctor and only do so if you genuinely cannot wait until the surgery re-opens.