Pregnancy Care and 6-week Mother and Baby checks
Providing ongoing care and support for mum and baby. To read more, click here
We provide all the standard primary childhood vaccinations, most of which are free of charge. You can read more about these at http://www.immunisation.ie/
Chicken Pox Immunisation
We can immunise your child against chicken pox using the varicella vaccine. This vaccine is ordered on request in advance of your visit, so please book in advance and mention to our reception that you want to make a chicken pox immunisation appointment.
Immunising your child is the most effective way of protecting them against serious diseases such as hepatitis, diphtheria and polio. The Primary Childhood vaccinations are free at Carlton Clinic. These involve three injections, given when your child is 2, 4 and 6 months of age. Babies are more vulnerable so it’s important to give your child the earliest and best protection.
Babies over 1 year of age should get an immunisation at the doctor’s to protect against Measles, Mumps and Rubella. A follow-up dose is often given in schools at the age of 4-5, but can also be given by your doctor. Two doses give your child better protection.
Young People’s Health
All of our GPs are skilled in this area but Dr Tom Breslin & Dr Andree Rochfort have special interests in young people’s health concerns.
We can help you with common skin disorders, including acne, psoriasis and eczema. We also treat moles, warts, veruccae, ingrown toenails, etc.
Cervical Cancer Vaccine
The cervical cancer vaccine is available for girls and young women between 9 and 26. It is administered in three injections over 6 months. The vaccine needs to ordered and paid for in advance.
We provide a comprehensive range of minor surgical procedures at The Palms GP Surgery.
We offer fast and cost efficient access to many procedures including:
- Mole & Skin Cancer Biopsy and Removal
- Skin Tag Removal
- Ingrown Toe Nail Removal or Wedge Resection
- Sebaceous Cyst Removal
- Cryotherapy (Freezing) of Warts & Verruca
- Joint Injections
All surgery requires a pre-surgical assessment appointment.