Clinics & Services
Our seasonal flu clinics are now available to book an appointment. If you are aged 50 or over or if you are in an eligible risk group, such as Diabetes, have a Heart Condition, Asthmatic using a inhaler regularly, are pregnant, have a BMI of over 40, have a weakened immune system or are an unpaid carer then please contact the surgery to book an appointment.
The flu jab is free of charge - appointments are filling up fast.
We will have further dates available throughout October and November depending on the forthcoming delivery of the vaccine. This is being delayed at present due to transportation issues affecting the suppliers.
We perform a number of services outside of routine surgery appointments.
WANT TO GIVE UP SMOKING - we are committed to providing support and help to patients who are considering giving up smoking.
Are you a smoker ? - are you interested in quitting ? - follow the link below to visit the Stop Smoking Wales website for lots of useful information on quitting smoking. http://www.stopsmokingwales.com/
Cervical cancer is still a killer in the UK, but could easily be prevented by having regular cervical smears. If you are not sure when your next smear is due, please feel free to contact the practice and we will let you know. If your smear is overdue, please make an appointment with our practice nurse.
Our nurse and Doctor run Diabetic Clinic. Appointments for annual reviews are sent out routinely by the Administration Team.
Wart Clinic (Suspended due to COVID)
Wart Clinic is held following minor surgery sessions. Please contact Reception to make an appointment.
Well Baby Clinic (Suspended due to COVID)
All parents are contacted by telephone to arrange their child's immunisations and baby checks.
The Health Visitors are not based within the surgery premises, however they can be contacted by telephone on 029 2183 2216.
Antenatal Clinics are held by the Community Midwives on Wednesdays from 09:00. Please contact reception to make an appointment.