GP Care in Clonmel since 1978
Coronavirus (Covid 19) News
For the first time in ages, it’s nice to be able to say that things are looking positive from a Covid point of view. We’re not completely out of the woods yet though so please continue to observe reasonable social distancing, wear masks and wash hands frequently. If you are in the small minority of our patients who have not yet had any vaccination against Covid, please consider getting vaccinated. It will not only protect you but also the more vulnerable in our society. We thought we had completed our vaccination programme at Gladstone Street Surgery but we are now offering second booster vaccines to patients age 65 or older. You can book using the black link above. If you have still not had a first or second vaccine, there is more information and a very easy reservation system on www.hse.ie
We are getting back close to normal service in the surgery at this point and most of our consultations are face-to-face again which is wonderful. We would, however, ask patients to be considerate of our administrative, medical and nursing staff and not attend the surgery without a phone call if you have any respiratory symptoms at all. Carrying out an antigen test before attending is something that many patients have been doing and we greatly appreciate these efforts. Please follow us on Facebook & Twitter for up to the minute updates (@gssdocs)
At any time, if you are unwell please contact us by phone at 052-6122894 or use the link above to request a telephone consultation and we will help you. For further information follow our Facebook page (@gladstonestreetsurgery) and Twitter (@gssdocs) which are updated regularly.
Stay safe, stay separate!
Excellent information updated regularly on www.hse.ie
HSE helpline 1850-241850
Welcome to Gladstone Street Surgery
In January 1978, Dr Richard Quirke opened the doors of Gladstone Street Surgery. A single handed GP for many years, he was joined in 2000 by Dr Mike Quirke and a short time later by Dr Tara Dillon. The range of services at GSS expanded over the years and other GP assistants have worked with us through this time. For a number of years now GSS has been a GP training practice attached to the South Eastern GP Training programme. Dr Richard retired in 2016.
This is a modern GP practice offering a complete range of services. Through our doctors and our practice nurses we offer illness and disease management as well as a large range of screening tests and therapeutic procedures. General Practice has evolved over the decades from an illness-based service to one in which health promotion and wellbeing are a core principle of healthcare. All current therapies and procedures are carried out at GSS and referral made to appropriate hospital specialists where necessary.
Frequently Asked Questions
Most frequent questions and answers
Generally an appointment is needed to see the doctors or practice nurse. Doctors appointments are 15 minutes and practice nurse appointment are 10 minutes in duration. Phone the surgery at 052-6122894 to make an appointment at a time that suits you or book a telephone consultation using the button near the top of this page.
Gladstone Street Surgery is a member of CAREDOC out of hours co-operative. If you need a doctor when GSS is closed please phone 0818-300365 and you will be looked after.
Dr. Tara Dillon, Dr. Mike Quirke and Dr. Sinéad Cooney are the consulting doctors at GSS. We are currently assisted by GP Registrar Dr. Alex Whately. Our practice nurses are Gillian Murray and Tracy Weight. Administration is managed by Carolyn Larkin and Sarah Murphy.
The GMS Medical Card and GP visit card covers the holder of the card for GP services pertaining to sickness or injury. If you hold one of these cards attached to our practice then you will not have to pay for such services. Items such as screening blood tests and routine health-checks are not covered by your card and will incur a fee. Please ask at reception if you need to know if specific services are covered.