Request an Appointment

To request an appointment, please send an email to info@galwaybaymedicalcentre.ie 

Please include your preferred date/time (Our opening hours are here) your preferred GP  if you have one and a brief idea of how we can help you today.

We don't need medical details, we just need to be sure we are allowing enough time for whatever you need.

If you are not already a registered patient of Galway Bay Medical Centre, let us know this, along with your medical card number, if you have one.

If you are already registered with a GP in Galway, we may not be able to see you.

 

 

PLEASE NOTE:
Appointment requests are ONLY processed during opening hours.
Appointment requests may not be processed before 10am the following day.
An appointment request sent after 5pm on Friday may not be processed until after 10am on the next working day.

 

A submitted appointment request does not mean that an appointment has been made for you.
You do not have an appointment until it is confirmed by us. 

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    Finally, we are back up and running almost as normal.

    We have no heating and no carpets but phones are back.
    We do have a bit of a backlog of appointments to get through but we're getting there.

    Thanks for your patience, patients.

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