July 2022.

We are sorry to announce that Dr. Fiona Belton has ceased working in the practice. If your medical card was with Dr. Belton, you will have received a letter from the HSE asking you to seek an alternative GP. Please rest assured that Dr. Julie Mac Fadden and Dr. Ann Marie Soden will be taking on all of Dr. Belton's patients for your continuity of care in Castleknock Medical Centre. You are welcome to consult with any of our doctors. We would like to thank Dr. Belton for all her hard work in the surgery over the past many years. She has been a wonderful GP and work colleague. 




COVID 2nd Booster

We will not be participating in this round of vaccinations. If you meet the criteria for a 4th dose/2nd booster please book in on the HSE website by clicking the link below.



Maternity Care:

This scheme is open to everyone with a valid PPSN and will cover your assigned obstetric visits to the surgery, it does not cover non-pregnancy related visits. For further information click below.



In keeping with GDPR recommendations, we would ask all patients to ensure you have signed our privacy statement with regards the storage/usage of your personal data. Please drop into the surgery at your convenience to do this. 



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The Intra-nasal flu vaccine is available to ALL children from age 2-17 FOR FREE

Schedule your child's Flu Vaccine here:


Schedule you 'ADULT FLU VACCINE' here

The following link is for 'AT RISK' patients aged 18 years and Older

You can get the flu vaccine for FREE if you fall into one of the following categories:
  • are 65 years of age and over
  • are pregnant
  • are a child aged 2 to 17 years (new for 2020/2021)
  • are an adult or child aged 6 months or older with a long-term health condition like
    • chronic heart disease, including acute coronary syndrome
    • chronic liver disease
    • chronic renal failure
    • chronic respiratory disease, including chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), cystic fibrosis, moderate or severe asthma or bronchopulmonary dysplasia
    • chronic neurological disease including multiple sclerosis, hereditary and degenerative disorders of the central nervous system
    • diabetes mellitus
    • haemoglobinopathies
    • morbid obesity i.e. body mass index (BMI) over 40
    • immunosuppression due to disease or treatment (including treatment for cancer)
    • are a child with a moderate to severe neurodevelopmental disorder such as cerebral palsy
  •         were born with Down syndrome
  •         live in a nursing home or other long-term care facility

Some people should get the vaccine to protect themselves, their families and those they care for.

These include those who:

  • work in healthcare
  • are a carer or live with someone who is at risk of flu because of a long-term health condition
  • are a carer or live with someone who has Down syndrome

People who are in regular contact with pigs, poultry or waterfowl should get the flu vaccine. 

If you are in an at-risk group, you should get the flu vaccine as early into the flu season as you can.

Further Information about the ADULT FLU VACCINE:
Further Information about the CHILDREN'S NASAL FLU VACCINE:
**Unfortunately, due to supply issues, we are unable to offer private flu vaccines to anybody not meeting the above criteria at present**
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