Are You Travelling Abroad?

Are You Travelling Abroad?

If so, you may require vaccinations. You can get travel information at the NHS travel site. Our travel clinic can supply your travel vaccinations excluding the yellow fever vaccine. You must firstly submit your itinerary to us in writing. Complete this travel information form and leave it in at reception. We will contact you when the doctor has assessed your requirements for travel.

Out of Hours Urgent Care

Out of Hours Urgent Care

Outside surgery hours your call will be diverted to Dalriada Urgent Care. The service is delivered 6pm to 9am Monday to Friday, all weekends and Public Holidays. Dalriada Urgent Care does not replace normal GP services but is available to deal with urgent problems that cannot wait until the medical centre is open.
Dalriada Urgent Care telephone: 028 2566 3500.
Order Your Repeat Prescription

Order Your Repeat Prescription

You can Order Your Prescription any time of the day.
Over 60% of our patients now use this online service which means less hassle for you and less pressure on our telephone system. Please note this service is only for your repeat prescriptions. It is not for once off items or urgent prescriptions e.g antibiotics. Your will need your user ID and password. We will have your request ready within 2 full working days.

New Patients Welcome

New Patients Welcome

If you would like to register with us please bring your medical card to the medical centre and complete our registration forms. If you do not have your medical card you can download a HS200 registration form. Your address must be within our Practice area. If you are registering for the first time in the UK please bring your passport and visa and complete the form available from the Health and Social Care Site.

Book An Appointment

Book An Appointment

From Monday 19th June Ballyclare Group Practice will be changing its appointments system. From that date forwards all appointments will be bookable on the day and there will be no advance bookings. Patients will be able to discuss and arrange appointments with their preferred GP on the day and it is hoped that this will improved both access and continuity of care.




  • CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19)

    The use of face masks is still recommended in public places and we would encourage everyone to wear one while in the medical centre. There are many clinically vulnerable patients who come to the medical centre and it is important to provide them with as much protection as possible.

    We are expecting to be offering a booster vaccination to patients aged over 75 in late May/early June. Eligible patients will be contacted.

    Pharmacy First Service

    If you have any of the following ailments you can go directly to your local pharmacy for treatment.
    Acne, athletes foot, diarrhoea, haemorrhoids, headlice, groin infection, threadworms, vaginal thrush, earwax, mouthulcers, oral thrush, scabies or verrucae.


  • NHS Health A-Z  Information on various conditions.
    Medicines A-Z NHS medicines information.
    NI Direct Northern Ireland based health information.
    Patient UK Large repository of medical information.
    Want2Stop Northern Ireland Public Health: Stopping smoking support site.
  • Lifeline Northern Ireland crisis response helpline service.

    Minding Your Head Northern Ireland mental health support service.
    Contact NI Northern Ireland independent counselling service.
    CRUSE Bereavement counselling.
    Relate NI Relationship and family services.

  • UK NHS site The main UK NHS information resource.
    National Institute of Clinical Excellence Promoting best practice and care.
    Public Health Agency Northern Ireland based public health information.
    NI Health Service Northern Ireland NHS site.
    Northern Health and Social Care Trust Information about the local hospitals and services.