Welcome to Gorey Family Practice.

Gorey Family Practice is a General Practice (GP) Surgery. We provide general medical care, women’s health and maternity services, childhood and travel immunisations, pre-employment health checks and well person (well man / well woman) health checks.

You can see the nurse or the doctor to discuss contraception and family planning.

We also perform minor surgical procedures and work with the local health service to arrange investigation and treatment where required.

Coolgreany Surgery

The branch surgery at Coolgreany (not main surgery in Gorey) is moving on 11/12/2017 to No. 4 Knockgreany, Coolgreany beside The Hair Cabin.

Cervical Smear Programme

You may be aware of concerns regarding the national cervical cancer screening programme.

Please visit www.cervicalcheck.ie for information  on this.  If you wish to discuss this with a clinician, please contact the surgery and ask for a “cervical smear review” appointment.

You can also book for an additional cervical smear free of charge, please ask the receptionist.

GP Visit Scheme For Children Under Six

Gorey Family Practice is participating in the GP Visit scheme for children under the age of six. As a parent or guardian you must register your child online, or download the form and send it to the listed address.

The website address is www.pcrsonline.ie/portal/free-gp-care-web/pub

The scheme formally began on 1 July 2015. If your child does not hold an under-six medical card, you remain liable for the costs of medical care until the registration process is complete.


To make an appointment please phone 053-9422267.

Outside of the above hours, if you have a problem that cannot wait until the next day, please contact CareDoc on 1850 334 999.

Text Alerts

Would you like to receive a reminder about your appointment? We can send a reminder to your mobile phone.

If you would like to set up a ‘TEXT ALERT’ system, please ask the receptionist.

Training Practice

We are a training practice with University College Dublin and teach medical students and doctors.

We help University College Dublin to train paramedics.