21 Newal Road, Ballymoney. BT53 6HB  
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  Ballymoney Health Centre


028 2744 2043



The decision to build a Health Centre adjoining the Robinson Hospital was taken in 1965 by the Robinson Memorial Hospital Committee.

Building work commenced in May 1968 and was completed early in 1970.

The concept of the health centre was that it should develop on this site, a totally integrated Hospital, General Practitioner, and Community Health & Welfare Services for the district, by providing:

GP suites for the two Ballymoney practices

Accommodation for Health & Welfare Clinics

Diagnostic and Library facilities for all the doctors & staff of the hospital

Lecture Hall facilities for clinical or public health meetings etc.

In addition to the doctors accommodation there are also District Nurses, Health Visitors & Community Midwives on site.

The health Centre has evolved into a multidisciplinary unit serving the needs of over 20,000 people. Combining both practices and nurse appointments there are in the region of 64,000 attendances per year.

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Family Planning


Speech & Language Therapy

Community Dental

Children's Ophthalmic Clinic

Orthoptic & Sight

Parent Craft Classes

Diabetic Clinic

Cervical Smear Clinic

Asthma Clinic

Immunisation Clinics

Baby Clinic

Health Visiting


Treatment Room


The Treatment Room

Tel. 028 2766 0309

Appointment Required

Sister Jayne Henderson

Sister Henderson and her team of nursing staff provide a wide range of services for people of all ages. These include wound dressings, blood samples, travel vaccines & advice, blood pressure checks, health promotion advice, minor injury treatments and various other medical services.

The busy treatment room has approximately 26,000 attendances per year.

Opening times:

Mon - Friday 08.30 - 17.00. Lunch: Doors close 13.00 - 14.00

Anti-Coagulation (Warfarin) Monitoring

Tuesday & Thursday 08.30












Community Dental Clinic


The Community Dental Service (CDS) in the Northern Health and Social Care Trust is dedicated to treating patients with Special Needs who are unable to attend a General Dental Practitioner.

The reasons for this could include a physical or learning disability, a significant medical condition, or a dental phobia. Normally a Doctor, Dentist or other healthcare professional will refer a person to the CDS, although in some cases it is acceptable to refer ones self.  The dental team may also be able to see people in their own home if they are housebound.

The CDS are also involved in the promotion of Oral Health.

The CDS team consists of Dentists, Dental Hygienists, Dental Nurses and Oral Health Promotion Officers

For more information Telephone 028 2766 0319





Speech & Language Therapy


The Childrens' Community Speech and Language Therapy Service provides assessment, advice , and treatment for children with a range of speech , language and communication difficulties. A team of Speech and Language Therapists and Speech and language Therapy Assistants run daily clinics at Ballymoney Health Centre.

The Children with Disability SLT Service has staff working in the Child Development Centre on a daily basis. They provide assessment, diagnosis and treatment for children with significant difficulties. The children may have difficulties with speech, language, communication, eating and drinking or have hearing impairment.

A speech and language therapist is a member of the multi-disciplinary assessment team which holds a clinic once a week.

A speech and language therapist who is a member of the Autism Diagnostic Service does assessment clinics at the Child Development Centre on a weekly basis.




Lecture Hall


The official opening of the Health Centre was held in the Lecture Hall in January 1970.

The hall was provided and furnished by the North Antrim Hospital Management Committee as a gift from Free Funds.

It was intended and has succeeded in providing a platform for Clinical and Public Health meetings, staff recreation, and a general forum for many public and local community groups .





Common Room