You can register with a GP Practice in the area in which you live.
Patients from the UK who are temporary resident (for example on holiday or working for a period less than 3 months) on the Island are able to register with a GP as a temporary resident. Patients can ask to register at their nearest GP Practice.
If you are unsure about which Practice is closest to you or you require additional information please do not hesitate to contact:
+44 1624 642694
The office opening hours for Primary Care Services are 9am to 1pm and 2pm to 4pm.
Douglas and district
- Finch Hill Health Centre
- Hailwood Medical Centre
- The Kensington Health Centre
- Palatine Group Practice
- Snaefell Surgery Ltd
Onchan and district
Laxey and district
Ramsey and district
Peel and district
Ballasalla and district
Castletown and district
Port Erin, Port St Mary and district
Ways to contact your GP surgery to cancel an appointment
Finch Hill Health Centre
Email FinchHill.GP@gov.im or via Patient Access.
Palatine Group Practice
Email firstname.lastname@example.org; telephone +44 1624 623931; or via Patient Access.
Hailwood Medical Centre
Telephone +44 1624 686949 or via Patient Access.
Ballasalla Group Practice
Email BallasallaGroupPractice@gov.im or telephone +44 1624 823243.
Peel Medical Centre
Email email@example.com; telephone +44 7624 468468 or +44 1624 686968; or via Patient Access.
Southern Group Practice
Telephone +44 1624 686979 or via Patient Access.
The Kensington Health Centre
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or via Patient Access.
Castletown Medical Centre
Email email@example.com or via Patient Access.
Snaefell Surgery Ltd
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or via Patient Access.
Laxey Health Centre
Email email@example.com; telephone +44 1624 861350; or via Patient Access.
Village Walk Health Centre
Email firstname.lastname@example.org; telephone +44 1624 656020; or via Patient Access.
Ramsey Group Practice
Email email@example.com or via Patient Access.
Each GP surgery/health centre on the Isle of Man has at least 2 practice nurses in their Primary Care Team. These are experienced nurses performing a full range of procedures and healthcare, from chronic disease management to childhood immunisation programmes.
They are employed directly by the GPs but enjoy the benefits of working for the NHS. Some practice nurses have specialities such as Midwifery, respiratory medicine and some are nurse prescribers. They have representation on many nursing forums and access the excellent educational opportunities that are widely available on the Island.
This is necessary as a good general basis of learning is required to keep up to date with current practices, management and medicines. They have a good relationship with the rest of the Primary Care team and community nursing and have good communicative links with Noble's hospital.
Making a complaint about a GP
Any complaint about a GP should in the first instance be made in writing to 'The Complaints Manager' at the GP Practice where the GP works. The complaint will be fully investigated and the outcome communicated to the patient. Information about what to do should the patient not be satisfied will be communicated by the Practice when advising the patient of the outcome.
More information on making a complaint
Hospital and Community Health Services - Independent Review Body Leaflet
Friends and Family Survey
Every time you visit your GP practice you are invited to take part in a short online survey. This is an anonymous survey and you are free to leave your comments about the practice in the space provided. The survey results are checked regularly and will be discussed with the GP Practice accordingly.
Current GP Vacancies
Details of current partnership vacancies, and for salaried GPs, can be found on the GP Vacancies page.