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10A Templeroan LodgeScholarstown RoadKnocklyonDublin 16D16E2Y5, Tel: 01-4936711
WE ARE NOT ADMINISTERING BOOSTERS
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You can book an appointment for a second booster dose if you are:
You should get a second booster 4 months (at least 120 days) after your first booster.
If you have had COVID-19 since your first booster, wait at least 4 months before you get a second booster.
WE ARE MOVING……date tbc
Scholarstown Family Practice is shortly moving premises to
Unit 9 Woodstown Shopping Centre Knocklyon Dublin 16, D16A6P4.
This will allow us to expand our range of services as we continue to improve the care we offer our patients and to facilitate new patients.
We look forward to welcoming you all to Woodstown.
Moving date TBC
Our phone number remains unchanged.
The Scholarstown Family Practice Team
*Please DO NOT attend the surgery without one
We provide a full range of GP consultations for general medical problems, acute issues, and chronic medical conditions including, but not limited to,
Dr. Alan Byrne is qualified in Sports Medicine having obtained a degree in Sports Medicine at UCD. He is on the Specialist Register of Sports and Exercise Medicine and has been the team doctor with the Republic of Ireland soccer team since 2003. Dr. Alan Byrne is also a consultant at the Beacon Clinic.
Ms Paulette Kilkenny is a Chartered physiotherapy who joined the practice in 1994. She has a keen interest in treating spinal complaints, such as back or neck pain, and sports injuries. You may obtain her information leaflet at the Scholarstown Family Practice.
Consultation - €65
Follow Up - €45
Repeat Prescription/Note for work - €20
NON COVID -PHONE Consultation - €45
Nurse Consultation - €50
STI Screen - €80
Removal of Stitches - €65
Bloods - €40
ECG - €50
Ear Syringe - €75
24 hour BP Monitor - €85
Recurring injections - €30
Full Medical incl bloods, ECG - €250
Boxing Medical - €85
Driving Licence - €75
Passport Signing - €20
1st Visit - €65
Follow up Visits - €45
Pill Check - €40
Mirena Coil - €250
Implanon Insertion - €180
Implanon Removal - €120
Initial Consultation - €120
inc bloods €30 Total: €150
Review - €75
Initial Consultation €120 with Bloods €150
*When making an appointment for a Menopause consultation you need to request Nurse Catriona Keye.
The appointment duration is 30 minutes.
Please have the greene score scale completed before appt if possible.
Greene Score Scale
If you require any vaccinations relating to foreign travel you need to make an appointment with the practice nurse Catriona to discuss your travel arrangements, vaccine packages and prices. This will include which countries and areas within countries that you are visiting to determine what vaccinations are required.
There is further information about countries and vaccinations required on the links below
To help us offer the appropriate advice, please fill out the online form and then contact us on 01-4936711 to book appointment with our Travel Vaccine nurse Catriona.
If you are travelling to Europe you will need to apply for a European Health Insurance Card. You can do this below
European Health Insurance card- E111/EHIC
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