CORONAVIRUS

Please do not ask us for Covid 19 advice. Follow government advice on the web and on the daily news, or follow links on the website.https://gov.wales/coronavirus

We will be closing the front doors from Friday 20.3.2020, so please do not attempt to visit the surgery, unless by specific appointment, or to collect medication or other items.

Appointments: If you require advice from the GP, please telephone the surgery where the receptionist will take your telephone number, and ask you for a brief reason as to why you wish to speak to the GP. The GP will contact you by telephone, and conduct a consultation over the phone in most cases. Only essential face to face appointments will be conducted. This applies to both doctor and Practice Nurse appointments. Consultation slots are available between 9.00 a.m. and 11.00 a.m. every morning, and afternoons between 4.00 p.m. and 5.30 p.m. on Monday, Wednesday and Friday (excluding bank holidays). Consultation requests received after these times, will be allocated to the next available slot i.e. afternoon or the following morning. If the request is deemed to be urgent, please inform the receptionist at the start of the conversation. The information can be relayed to the doctor promptly, to ensure that requests are correctly prioritised.

Prescriptions: Repeat prescriptions can be ordered in the usual way(online, fax or posting in the box). Please leave hand delivered repeat prescription requests in the black post box on the wall outside the surgery.

Prescriptions and any other items ready for collection will be brought to the door. Please press the bell on the table outside the surgery door, stand back two metres (clearly marked on the walkway), and wait for a member of staff to answer the door. Please be patient.

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