Flu & COVID Booster Clinics

Annual flu and COVID booster clinics will commence in October. If you are eligible, these two vaccines can be given at the same time. 


For more information on flu vaccines and at-risk groups, click here. Please note, flu vaccines are only available to those in at-risk groups.


COVID-19 Booster Vaccines

Booster vaccine doses now being offered for COVID-19:

  • first booster - people aged 12 and older can get this if they have not already.
  • second booster - people aged 50 and older, pregnant women, and people with a weak immune system can book this now.
  • third booster - people aged 65 and older, people aged 12 and older with a weak immune system


Please see relevant weak immune system conditions here.


You can email cmurray@arklowmedicalpractice.ie to book and we will contact you with an appointment time - please state:

  1. Your Name
  2. Your Date of Birth
  3. State the vaccine(s) you would like: FLU, BOOSTER or FLU & BOOSTER 


You must wait at least 4 months since getting your last COVID-19 vaccine. You can check the date of your last vaccine on your COVID-19 certificate.


If you had COVID-19, you must wait at least 4 months since you tested positive or from when your symptoms started. If you had COVID19 in the last 4 months - PLEASE do not request an appointment as you will be turned away.


We expect to receive the Comirnaty (Pfizer) vaccine, however we cannot guarantee that we will receive this type of vaccine from the HSE.


Welcome to Arklow Medical Practice


Arklow Medical Practice has provided high quality personal and continuing medical care to patients and families in the area for over 30 years.

We run many clinics for the management of chronic diseases such as asthma and diabetes and offer a wide variety of other medical services including antenatal and postnatal care, minor surgery, childhood vaccinations and regular check-ups.

Here to Help

The front door remains closed to minimise footfall. If you need to book an appointment/make a request, please phone us on 0402 32421. If you have any other concerns about your health, please don't put it off - contact us as soon as possible. We are here to help.


Phone lines are extremely busy so we apologise for any delays, however there is a call queuing system so please hold until you get through. 


Please respect our staff as they are doing the very best they can to accommodate everyone. We treat everyone with dignity and respect, we hope you will do the same. We will not tolerate abuse of any kind. 


If your query is not urgent, you can email us at reception@arklowmedicalpractice.ie. Emails are only checked during office hours (09.00-17.30 Monday-Friday) and may not be answered immediately (response may take up to 2 working days). Email should NEVER be used to seek urgent medical attention. If you have an emergency out of hours please contact Caredoc on 0818 300 365 or Emergency Services.



 If attending for an appointment:

  • All patients must wear a mask and use hand gel on entering the surgery.
  • Attend at the time of your appointment, no earlier.
  • Press the button for the intercom and speak directly into the speaker.
  • Patient to attend on their own where possible.
  • Card payments are preferred when necessary.

Coronavirus Information

If you suspect you may have developed symptoms of Coronavirus (respiratory symptoms similar to flu, such as fever, cough, shortness of breath, headaches, fatigue), please self-isolate immediately and contact us as soon as possible on 0402 32421 and we will arrange for a GP phone consulation to discuss your issues.




You have ANY respiratory symptoms such as fever, cough, shortness of breath, runny nose


You have been in contact with a case of COVID-19.



Please click here for further information on Coronavirus (COVID-19).


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