Salisbury Medical Centre offers a complete range of health care services including maternity medical services, contraceptive advice, travel advice, child health surveillance and minor surgery.
Antenatal/Post Natal Clinics
If you are pregnant your first contact should be to self-refer to maternity services. All hospitals in NI have a self-referral system. Referral forms can be accessed here:
Self-referral form (Belfast)
Self-referral form (Antrim)
The Grove Wellbeing and Treatment Centre midwifery number is 02890 636 222 open Monday to Friday 8.30am - 5pm.
The Belfast Trust Early Pregnancy Clinic telephone numbers are: 02896 151197 and 02896 151198 available Monday to Friday 8am - 4pm.
The Northern Trust Pregnancy Helpline number is 028 9442 4859. This is available Monday to Friday 9am - 5pm and Saturday & Sunday 9am - 1pm.
This clinic is held by the Practice Nurse on a Thursday afternoon from 2pm - 4pm for childhood immunisations. Baby changing facilities are available - please ask at reception.
Child Health Surveillance
This clinic is for checking baby’s progress, discuss feeding problems and immunisations. It is held on Thursdays from 2pm - 4pm. 8 week assessments are booked in from 1:45pm – 2:45pm. The Health Visitor will be available.
Appointments can be booked with our Practice nurse. Clinics are ran on Tuesday afternoons between 2.30- 5pm.
The INR Clinic is held on a Wednesday morning from 8:40am - 12:10pm by appointment.
The Asthma Clinic is held at regular intervals. The Nurse will provide advice for patients as well as information on appropriate medication required. All patients should be seen at least once a year.
Our nurse Practitioner Eimear can deal with any diabetic queries Dietetic advice is usually available at this clinic.
The COPD Clinic is held at regular intervals.
The Hypertension Clinic is held on alternate Tuesday mornings from 8.40am-12.10pm by appointment. Any patient with high blood pressure should have this checked at least every nine months. Patients with unstable blood pressure should have their blood pressure checked more often.
Smoking Cessation Clinic
Our Nurse Practitioner, runs a smoking clinic to help patients stop smoking. To arrange an appointment, please ring and speak to one of the receptionists.
Speaking to a GP by Telephone
If you feel that you need to speak to a GP, the receptionist will take your details, and the GP will call you back. This is dependent on other clinical priorities.
Before you call please refer to our Common Ailments page to ensure that you are contacting the right place.
GPs have a large volume of calls to make to patients daily. If you have requested a call from the doctor please ensure that the line is kept clear. If someone has requested a call but then does not answer the phone when the GP calls back or the line is engaged then this is a waste of the doctor's time.
Requests for a phone call with a GP must be made before 12pm. Please also ask reception staff if they can help deal with the matter first. The receptionist will require a brief description of what the call is about in order to assist the GP.
Please adhere to the following -
- The GP will attempt to call only once. If unanswered, there will be no further attempt.
- Phone calls to last no more than 10 minutes – one patient, one problem ideally.
The following are suitable for telephone calls:
- Follow-up discussions or advice relating to previously seen or existing conditions.
- Medication reviews where the existing prescriptions are straightforward.
- Discussion of test results.
- Discussions re the suitability of, or reactions to medication.