Shannon Medical Centre is a General Practice providing healthcare for all the family

NOTICE: Tuesday, 5th January. Due to sudden staff absences due to illnesses, please be advised that only the GP is in the practice today dealing with urgencies. If you have an emergency please contact a hospital Emergency Department. We appreciate your patience.

Children and teenagers aged 2-18: Limited stock of FREE Flu Vaccine. It is a simple, painless nose spray.

Limited FREE Flu Vaccine is also available for adults who:

Are over 65

Have chronic health problems

Are carers

Are pregnant

A full list of conditions and information is provided here https://www.hse.ie/eng/health/immunisation/pubinfo/flu-vaccination/about-the-vaccine/

For patient requests ONLY email receptionshannonmedicalcentre@gmail.com

Shannon Medical Centre is now providing venesection services.  Having a venesection is a very safe, simple and quick treatment for removal of an excess of red blood cells.  Please contact receptionshannonmedicalcentre@gmail.com or phone 061705000 to book an appointment. 

Due to the current COVID-19 crisis, Ennis Therapy Centre is now offering a FREE limited counselling support service.  For more information on this Voluntary Online Therapy Support please click here

 

If you do not have a GP and you have symptoms, phone 112 or 999. For more information please visit www2.hse.ie/conditions/coronavirus


Contact us: 061-705000. Opening hours 9am – 5pm Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday (closed between 12pm and 2pm daily). Opening hours 9am – 12am on Thursday.

 

Shannon Medical Centre is a modern, purpose built general practice designed to allow us to provide our patients with the very best healthcare services.  It is a child friendly practice, with a play area and baby-changing facilities.  It is also wheelchair accessible.

Shannon Medical Centre is located in Shannon Town Centre and there is parking adjacent to the building.

Can I get a letter to be referred to a Hospital Emergency Department (ED) without seeing a doctor? Please visit the News page of this website.