Vaccination is the most important thing you can do to protect your community against serious illnesses.  When enough people get vaccinated, it’s harder for a disease to spread to those who can’t have vaccines.

 We know many people are interested in the COVID-19 vaccination and want to assure you that we are working through a priority list set by the Department of Health.  Please do not contact your GP about getting the vaccine. We will contact patients in order of priority. 

Covid Vaccine Update

Moneymore Medical Centre


If you need essential medical attention please continue to contact us by phone. You can request a call  with a GP each morning from 8.30-10.30, depending upon GP availability. Please give the staff a brief summary of the reason you are contacting the surgery. We will then decide upon the most appropriate person & the best method to contact you. The majority of contact will be by telephone, or photo/video link if necessary. you may also be offered a face-to-face appointment if deemed appropriate.

If you come to the medical centre for any reason, please wear an appropriate face covering.

Please order prescriptions via phone or online, allowing at least 2 working days for this service. Prescriptions will be sent directly to your designated pharmacy. Please protect community pharmacy staff and ensure someone who is well and not at risk collects your script for you.

Medical certificates/letters may be posted to your address. These can no longer be collected at the medical centre.

Ensure STRICT hand hygiene. 

We hope you stay safe & well during these difficult & challenging times and we thank you for your support and co-operation with the changes taking place.

Please do not enter the medical centre unless you have been asked to do so by a GP.

If you are suffering from any of the following symptoms you should stay at home and follow public health guidance.

  • New continuous cough
  • High temperature
  • Loss of or change in sense of smell or taste

You do not need to speak to a GP unless

  • You are no better after 7 days
  • Your condition deteriorates

For further information and advice please call  NHS 111 or visit the following websites:





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