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Long-term effects (long COVID)
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Using the NHS and other health services
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Greenway Practice, Arches Centre, Westminster Ave, Belfast, BT4 1NSTel: 028 9056 3350
Out of Hours South East Belfast Doctors On Call is based at the Knockbreda Centre. If you need URGENT medical attention after 6:00pm Monday – Friday, or over the weekends and bank holidays, phone 028 90 796220.
Same day access to a doctor The Duty Doctor who is on duty every weekday morning will deal with any URGENT cases. Please telephone the surgery before 10:00am if you are unwell and need advice/treatment that day.
In addition it is always possible to see the doctor of your choice. Waiting times for these appointments may be longer.
If you are unable to attend an appointment please inform reception so another patient can benefit from it.