Doctor in Killarney
Park Medical Practice
At Park Medical Practice all of our staff are committed to providing an efficient, quality assured, family doctor service caring for all your medical needs in a courteous, professional and confidential manner.
Dr Gary Stack, Dr Fidelma Cronin & Dr Andrew O' Regan are full time GP's at the practice.
The Park Medical Practice located at Park Road, Killarney was established by Dr Gary Stack in 1988. During the last three decades the practice has grown significantly, consistently providing a wide range of high quality medical services to the local community.
Repeat Prescription Requests
If you require your repeat prescription, please ensure you allow 3 working days. Your GP will require time to check and prepare your prescription. We will email your prescription directly to your pharmacy of choice. Please email your name, date of birth and a list of your repeat medications to firstname.lastname@example.org. A fee of €20 will apply to private scripts.
Make an Appointment
Appointments must be made for all consultations.
Call us on 064-6634111 to book your next appointment. You can also book your next appointment at reception on leaving.
We try to accommodate emergencies and particularly ill children, even if surgeries are full.
For “Out of Hours” service, contact SouthDoc @ 0818 355 999.
Where to Find Us
9:00am – 12:30pm
2:00pm – 5:30pm
Outside of Surgery Hours please contact SOUTHDOC on 0818 355 999
Mon to Fri from 6pm to 8am Weekend Friday 6pm to 8am Monday morning
Heart of Killarney
The Heart of Killarney is an initiative to increase awareness of the locations of public access AEDs. The Phone Box AED is the latest initiative to help make Killarney become the most ‘heart safe’ town in Ireland. The AED unit is located in an iconic telephone box on Main Street, in the heart of Killarney town centre. There are currently 13 public access AEDs in Killarney. These devices have been proven to significantly improve the chances of survival for someone who has an ‘out of hospital’ cardiac arrest.The Heart of Killarney compliments the existing services in achieving the overall goal of reducing the number of lives lost to sudden cardiac arrests each year.
GP Visit Cards for Children
All children under 8 years of age living in Ireland can get a GP visit card.
The under 8s GP visit card covers:
free GP visits
assessments at age 2 and 5
out-of-hours urgent GP care
care for children with asthma
Medication costs and hospital charges are not covered.
Children who have an under 6s card
You do not need to register for a new GP visit card if your child:
is under 6 and has a GP visit card
was under 6 on 1 July 2023
Their old card will automatically be extended. They will have free GP care until they are 8.
Children who turned 6 before 1 July
You need to register for a new under 8s GP visit card if your child:
turned 6 before 1 July 2023
is age 7
Their new card will cover free GP care until they are 8.
Online payment option
At Park Medical Practice we have an online payment system whereby you will receive a text message after your appointment with a link to pay online.
Where possible we request that you pay in person after your appointment but if for example you have a telephone consultation or a renewal of a private prescription, you will receive a text message with a link to pay your bill. Reminder messages for outstanding payments will be made through this text message system also.
Planning to Travel Abroad?
Reduce the risk of getting sick by having the correct vaccinations before you go. We provide a full travel vaccination service.
Please make an appointment as soon as you know your travel plans and we will be glad to arrange the immunisations that you need. Some vaccinations may require a course of injections so please come to see us well in advance of travel. To make an appointment Tel: 064 - 6634111
Saturday mornings - emergency appointments
Please note with effect from 8th October 2016 SouthDoc will cover all emergency appointments on a Saturday morning for patients of Park Medical Practice. Our premises will close at 6pm on a Friday evening and reopen on a Monday morning. From 6pm on Friday until 8am on Monday please contact SouthDoc on 0818 355 999.
A new free contraception service has been launched to provide free prescription and emergency contraception for 17 to 26 year old women and people with a uterus.
The costs covered include:
GP or doctor’s appointments - to talk about contraception options and for repeat prescriptions when needed
prescriptions given by your doctor - approved products will be given free of charge at participating pharmacies
your choice of contraception - from the types covered below
fittings and removals of implants and IUDs or IUSs (coils)
any check-ups or other follow up care needed, relating to your implant or coil
emergency contraception (morning after pill)
Full details available here: https://bit.ly/3QBZm9e
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On SpunOut.ie you will find information on a range of different topics broken down into sections; education, employment, health, life and opinion.
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Caring for Carers - New Resource Launched for Ireland’s former Family Carers
A new resource was launched to support people whose caring has ended - as they enter a new phase in their lives. When caring ends many family carers experience a range of emotions - grief, exhaustion, isolation - a real void in their lives can emerge. The booklet outlines options for returning to paid work, volunteering, further education - as well as online supports and counselling services.
HSE launches its National Medical Card Online
This service enables people for the first time to apply online for a Medical Card quickly and easily using the step by step guide.
Users can find out if they are eligible for a Medical Card immediately, and if they are, their application will be processed in 15 working days. This online service conveniently allows applicants to scan and upload documents and other information, and no longer requires a visit to a GP to stamp paper forms. People aged 16 years and older will be able to apply or renew their Medical Card eligibility using the new online service using their computer, tablet or mobile phone. Full details about the National Medical Card Online service are available at www.medicalcard.ie
Child Immunisation Tracker
Need to know when to book your child's next vaccination? This tool will help to simplify the process for parents and will be particularly useful when it comes to reminders. Sign up to receive reminders with the child Immunisation Tracker: www.irishhealth.com
The National Bowel Screening Programme
Did you know if you are aged between 60-69 the National Bowel Screen Programme offers free bowel screening for both men and women? Bowel screening aims to find bowel cancer at an early stage in people who have no symptoms. The bowel screening test does not tell you if you have bowel cancer but it might tell you that you need more tests. Check that you are registered www.bowelscreen.ie or phone 1800 45 45 55.
Over 70s - Free GP Care Scheme
From 5th August 2015 everyone aged 70 or over, ordinarily resident in Ireland, will be eligible for free GP care regardless of income. All people aged 70 or over who do not have a Medical Card or GP Visit Card should register online at www.gpvisitcard.ie.
If you are applying for a medical card the most efficient way is to apply online, go to www.hse.ie. An online application is better as eligible patients are guaranteed to get a card quicker. The online form will also help you submit a correct application.