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Please cancel your appointment!

Every week a number of patients fail to attend booked appointments. Please let us know as soon as possible if you cannot keep your appointment. It means we can give it to someone else! Thank you.

Whooping Cough Vaccination

This is advised for all pregnant women from or as soon after the 16th week of pregnancy as possible. Please make an appointment with the Practice Nurse.


Welcome to Balmoral Surgery Website

The Doctors and staff at Balmoral Surgery aim to provide the highest standard of care to all our patients.

We run many clinics for the management of Chronic Diseases such as Asthma, COPD, Heart Disease and Diabetes. We also offer a wide variety of other services such as Childhood Immunisations, Antenatal and Postnatal Care.

We are a South Belfast Practice.



The surgery will be closed for the Bank Holiday on:

  • Monday 19th March 2018 
  • Monday 2nd & Tuesday 3rd April 2018

In the event of an emergency please contact the Out of Hours Centre on Tel: 9079 6220 __________________________________________________________________


 The Flu Vaccination programme for winter 2017/18 will officially begin on 2nd October 2017. The Flu Vaccination is available to everyone aged 65 years and over or, if you are in a clinical risk group such as— suffering from Diabetes, Heart  Disease, Asthma, COPD,   Renal   Disease and  Liver Disease or if your are a carer.

If you are Immunosuppressed, by this we mean , due to a particular      medication or undergoing  chemotherapy you will be  included in a ‘risk group’ and will also be offered the vaccination.  Again this year, all pregnant women at any stage of pregnancy (first, second or third trimesters) will be given the flu vaccine in the practice.

Also being vaccinated this year, in the practice,  are all pre-school children aged 2 years and over, on 1st September 2017 - that is children born between  2nd  July 2013 and 1st September 2015.

Please note—all children attending P1 to P7—primary school (DOB 2nd July 2006 to 1st July 2013) will be offered the flu vaccination by the school health team.

The flu vaccination is also being offered to all patients with a BMI (body mass index) of 40 or more, who are not in another risk category.

Please contact reception now to make an appointment with the Treatment Room Staff, for one of our flu clinics—you do not need to wait for a telephone call or a postal invitation.



The Shingles Vaccination is available from 2nd October 2017 and will be given to all patients aged 70 and 78 years on 1st September 2017.

 Please see below for full explanation of eligibility:

  • Patients Age 70 years on 1st September 2017 (Birth date range – 02/09/1946 to 01/09/1947
  • Patients Age 78 years on 1st September 2017 (Birth date range – 02/09/1938 to 01/09/1939) .
  • Please note: anyone who was eligible for the shingles vaccine in the previous four years but has not yet received it and is not yet 80 years old. (those now aged 71, 72, 73, 74 or 79) can also be given the vaccine.



Selfcare Information. Please click the icon for leaflets and more information.


 Disabled Accessdisability

The Surgery has been designed to accommodate the disabled. The entrance, consultation rooms and toilet are suitable for access of wheelchairs. There is parking on the Surgery forecourt.

 yellow fever Yellow Fever Clinic

We are a registered Yellow Fever Centre and this service is available to everyone.  You do not need to be registered at our practice to use this service. Please contact the surgery if you want to make an appointment.

Please note: a private fee will apply.

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