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Portrush Medical Services Limited During Open Championship

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Portrush Medical Centre will operate a limited service for patients during the week of the Open Championship.

A spokesperson said ‘Due to parking and waiting restrictions imposed during the open golf week please be aware we will only be able to operate a limited service for patients.

The GP’S will endeavour to ensure all patients requiring immediate and necessary treatment will be cared for to the best of our ability.

Unfortunately, all review and routine appointments will have to be suspended for this week.

We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause and thank you for your patience and understanding but due to the exceptional circumstances we regret that this is beyond our control

Please do not run out of repeat medication during the open. We strongly advise you to order your repeat prescription a week in advance if it falls due that week as pharmacy services will also be disrupted’.

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