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Caredoc Wexford


Wexford Primary Care Centre, Grogan's Road, Townparks, Wexford Town, Wexford, Y35 DA39

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This GP out of hours is for all ages

Opening hours

Monday, midnight to 9am, 6pm to midnight
Tuesday, midnight to 9am, 6pm to midnight
Wednesday, midnight to 9am, 6pm to midnight
Thursday, midnight to 9am, 6pm to midnight
Friday, midnight to 9am, 6pm to midnight
Saturday, 24 hours
Sunday, 24 hours
Opening hours for public holidays
New Year's Day1 January 2024, 24 hours
St Brigid's Day5 February 2024, 24 hours
St Patrick's Bank Holiday18 March 2024, 24 hours
Easter Monday1 April 2024, 24 hours
May Bank Holiday6 May 2024, 24 hours
June Bank Holiday3 June 2024, 24 hours
August Bank Holiday5 August 2024, 24 hours
October Bank Holiday28 October 2024, 24 hours
Christmas Day25 December 2024, 24 hours
St Stephen's Day26 December 2024, 24 hours

When to go to a GP out of hours

Contact a GP out of hours if your GP surgery is closed and you urgently need a GP.

If you do not need urgent medical care, contact your GP during opening hours.

An out-of-hours GP is not for routine GP care, such as:

  • repeat prescriptions
  • test results
  • medical certificates
  • employment medicals

Go to the emergency department if it is a serious injury or life-threatening emergency.

Immediate advice:Call 112 or 999 now if:

  • you or someone needs urgent medical attention
  • a life is at risk

How the service works

The GP out-of-hours service is for all ages.

It is by appointment only. There is no walk-in service.

If you do not know which service to contact, phone your GP outside surgery hours. They should have a recorded message with the contact details for the local service.

When you phone the service they will take your details, such as:

  • name and date of birth
  • address and phone number
  • a description of the medical issue
  • your medical card or GP visit card number, if you have one

Your call will be referred to a triage nurse. They will phone you back. Keep your phone line free so you do not miss their call.

What happens next

When the nurse calls you back, they will tell you what to do.

This could be:

  • advice from the nurse or a GP
  • an appointment to see a GP out of hours

They may tell you to:

  • contact your GP during their opening hours
  • go to the emergency department
  • go to an injury unit
  • get an ambulance

They may also arrange:

  • a house visit from a GP out of hours
  • getting an ambulance for you

How much it costs

The service is free when you show your valid medical card or GP visit card.

If you do not have a card you will be charged a fee.

Service location

This service is in Wexford Primary Care Centre.

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