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.
The new Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) has arrived in Ireland. The challenge now is to reduce its ability to spread. If you or someone you are in contact with is unwell, check this website for the most up-to-date information:
If you have symptoms of a cold or of a flu-like illness you must isolate yourself (stay indoors) and phone the surgery for advice. Do not come to the surgery, phone the surgery. If a person comes into the surgery with COVID-19, any patients present will catch the illness.
Update 25/03/2020 – If you were previously referred for testing for COVID-19 but have not received a test date you will need to be re-referred. The HSE has sent out new guidelines for patients to be referred for testing. Please phone the surgery to arrange a telephone call with the GP if you still need to be referred for COVID-19 testing.
To avoid the spread of COVID-19 the Coolgreany Surgery will be closed from Friday 13th March until further notice. Patients should contact Gorey Family Practice on 053-9422267 for further information or to make an appointment at our surgery in Gorey Shopping Centre.
Repeat Prescription Request
You can now request your repeat prescription online. Click here to avail of this new service. Please note that for Private patients there is a €20 charge for repeat prescriptions.
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.
General Data Protection Regulation
New data protection legislation came into effect on 25/5/2018
We are unable to give out prescriptions or social welfare certificates to anyone, other than the patient, unless we have written consent to do so.
Please do not ask another person to collect documents or results without giving us written consent to allow that person to collect your documents. Please remind the person that they must show ID when they come to collect documents
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.
We are a training practice with University College Dublin and teach medical students and doctors. We help University College Dublin to train paramedics.