The Doctors are happy to arrange appointments by request outside Surgery times if necessary for vulnerable patients.
Nursing care may be provided by appointment for cervical smears, dressings and chronic disease clinics. It is the responsibilty of the patient to keep an appointment or notify the surgery if they are unable to attend.
Medicines can be dispensed at the surgery, to patients living more than 1 mile from a chemist.
- Minor surgery (GP) Llawdriniaeth Fechan
- Family Planning (GP) Cynllunio Teulu
- Asthma Clinic (Nyrs)
- Diabetes Clinic (Nyrs) Clefyd melys
- Blood Pressure Clinic (Nyrs) Pwysedd gwaed
- Angina Clinic (Nyrs)
- COPD Clinic
- Phlebotomy (Nyrs) or healthcare assistant
- Cervical smears (Nyrs) Profion Ceg y Groth
- Travel vaccinations (Nyrs) Brechiadau teithio
- Ante natal Clinic (Midwife / Bydwraig)
- Childrens’ immunisations and checks
- Insurance Medical (GP) Archwiliad Yswiriant
- HGV Medical (GP)
Influenza and Pneumococcal Vaccinations
Each new strain of influenza requires an annual vaccination to protect those at risk of serious side effects. Patients with asthma, diabetes, heart disease, renal failure, on long term steroid tablets or on chemotherapy as well as all those over 65 years of age and carers are recommended to receive immunisation each Autumn (from October).
Patients with Asplenia or severe dysfunction of the spleen, chronic renal disease, chronic heart disease, diabetes, chronic lung disease, chronic liver disease, cochlear implants, immunodeficiency or immunosuppression due to disease or treatment or are over 65 are routinely offered and advised to have a pneumococcal vaccination. This can be given at any time of the year. This is a one off vaccination, although certain at-risk groups may require a second Pneumococcal vaccination.
Self Certification Forms
Statutory sick pay forms can be downloaded here