Flu vaccinations continue to be available to book at the surgery, with the nurse, for those who have been invited, or who are eligible. As of 18/1/2024, the offer for FLU vaccine has now been extended to all those over 50. If you are eligible, and still to get these, we would encourage you to book in at your earliest convenience. If you are eligible, and still to get your Covid booster vaccine, these can be received at Trust Vaccination Centres, and participating community pharmacies, these are no longer available at the surgery.
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Welcome to Kensington Group Practice GP Website
Kensington Group Practice aims to provide the highest standard of patient-centred healthcare in Belfast. This NHS General Practice Doctor service covers Belfast City Centre, South Belfast and Finaghy Suburb. We warmly welcome you to our surgery.
The six doctor Practice runs many clinics for the management of chronic diseases such as asthma, COPD and diabetes, and offer a wide variety of other medical services including antenatal and postnatal care, childhood vaccinations, and Smoking Cessation Clinics.
Our main GP Surgery is Kensington Medical Centre. 15a Donegall Road, Belfast, Northern Ireland. BT12 5JJ. Located in Belfast, just off Great Victoria Street, and enjoying close proximity to Belfast City Centre, parking is available on site, and is well connected to public transport networks.
Our branch GP Surgery is Finaghy Health Centre. 13-25 Finaghy Road South, Belfast, Northern Ireland. BT10 0BX. Just off Finaghy crossroads, this site also offers some parking on site, and is close to Translink Metro and Ulsterbus routes, which stop at Finaghy Crossroads; Finaghy Train station may be within walking distance. Please note only Nursing services are being provided at this site, at this time.
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When you call in to organise a consultation, with the GP, our GPs have asked our staff to gather some information. This is to help us prioritise things, and also identify what other support may be available to you, from either within the surgery, or with other trusted local partners, such as pharmacy, our colleagues in the Belfast Trust, and many others; often you won't need to speak to the GP first in order to access these services. This is care navigation, and helps us create capacity in a busy system, and helps us point you in the best direction of who can help you. Please take some time to explore the "Services" section of our website, where we have listed many of these services you can access.
Please note we are trying to address GP consultations primarily by FACE-TO-FACE consultations, with telephone consultations only being undertaken in exceptional circumstances. This is primarily because this is what our patient body have been asking for, and it enables a more thorough examination, and is discussed in more detail in our Spring Newsletter.