Flu vaccinations are now available to be booked via the surgery.
Flu is more likely to be serious if you have a long term health condition, are pregnant, or are older. The people at high risk of COVID-19 are generally the same people at increased risk of becoming very ill with flu.
Flu can also be serious for young children.
Last year in Wales, more than a million people got their flu vaccine. That’s around one in every three people.
If any of the following apply to you, even if you feel healthy, you are more likely to get complications from flu if you catch it, and you are advised to have a flu vaccine if:
The following groups are also advised to have a flu vaccine to protect them and the people around them:
The surgery is now operating a full telephone triage service. If you have a medical query and would like to speak to a Doctor or Nurse please telephone the surgery on 01437 762333 and you will be added to their telephone list. You will be asked for the details of your query which is very important in order for us to prioritise your query. All queries will be dealt with over the telephone. We also have facilities for video consultations. If the doctor requires to see you in order to treat you then they will provide full instructions of when to attend the surgery and what to do when you attend the surgery. Please do not attend the surgery without speaking to the doctor first.
We have designed this website for existing patients and those who are thinking of registering with us. It tells you about our services, how to access them and provides some general information about the Practice.
Our phone lines are manned from 8.00 am Monday to Friday.
Main Surgery: 01437 – 762333 (Mon-Fri 8.00am – 6.30pm)
Prescriptions: 01437 – 768905 (Mon-Fri 8.00am – 1.00pm)
Health Visitors: 01437 – 767456 / 764181
District Nurses: 01437 – 783726