Ballina Medical Centre – Excellence in Community Medicine

Family Practice

Full range of general family medical services including..

  • Ante natal service
  • Paediatric services and childhood immunisation
  • Under 6 medical care asthma and periodic checks
  • Teen health
  • Comprehensive adult and medicine of old age services
  • Mental health promotion & access to primary care psychology
  • Travel Medicine – advice regarding healthy travel and immunisation / malaria prophylaxis

The Medical Team are available for consultation by appointment

Please call 096 80600 to make a surgery appointment.

Our administration team are available  from 9am- 12.00pm and 2pm to 5pm.

When booking an appointment, please let us know if you need a non-standard appointment, as these often require extra time.

Antenatal Care

We provide shared antenatal care with hospitals in the region – Mayo University Hospital and Sligo University Hospital. You are entitled to five antenatal visits and one post-natal visit free from the HSE. At your first visit, you will be asked to sign a form to apply for this service. Any visits pertaining to conditions not related to your pregnancy are charged separately. Please discuss vaccines in pregnancy during your check up.

Cervical Smears

Our doctors and nurse are accredited to the National Cervical Check Programme. Please contact reception to make an appointment.
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Breast Check

Regular self-examination of breasts is advised generally but especially if one is taking the contraceptive pill or if there is a family history of breast cancer. We can ensure you are checking properly and provide you with literature to ensure you continue to examine carefully. You will automatically be called every two years to Breast Check for routine mammograms after the age of fifty. You can check if you are on their list at

Menopause Management

Menopause can be a difficult time for some women, so we are available to discuss symptoms and advise regarding management and treatment. See

Osteoporosis Management

Family history, smoking and dietary issues are major factors in developing osteoporosis. We can advise regarding prevention and refer for evaluation as required. See