****UPDATE APRIL 2020****We are aware that some people are feeling worried about contacting their GP Surgery for advice and care, or contacting them much later than they would normally if they are unwell.

We want to assure you that your GP Surgery still expects and wants to hear from you if you need them- not just for Coronavirus related symptoms.

If you have any concerns please don’t hesitate to telephone your surgery, but please don’t turn up there in person. You will be offered a telephone or video call with the relevant Health Professional and only if they feel it is necessary, you will be invited in for further assessment.

If you have symptoms of Coronavirus and need to be seen, this will be in a designated area.

**Due to the Corona Virus outbreak we are currently dealing with patients via a telephone triage system in the first instance

**Please do not attend the surgery under any cirucmstance  if you have any of the following symptoms :-  high temperature, new cough, shortness of breath or breathing difficulties, in this instance please follow the guidance below.


We are pleased to inform all our patients and patients registered elsewhere, that we now provide IUD/IUS (coil) insertions and removals. Please contact the surgery for further information.

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Take Care, Not Antibiotics

NHS UK have produced some helpful and fun little videos reminding all patients that antibiotics don't work on coughs, colds, sore throats or flu. Please take 30 seconds to watch this short video and please pass it on to your friends and family.

Welcome to Dr Rhian Morgan-Welch

We would like to welcome Dr Morgan-Welch to our practice as our new GP registrar. Dr Morgan-Welch is a fully qualified doctor who is undergoing his GP training with us. We wish Dr Stevens all the best for the year ahead at the surgery with us.

Help with MyHealthOnline Log-in

If you've received your MyHealthOnline letter from the surgery containing your log-in codes, but you're not sure what to do now, download this easy 'How To' Guide. It walks you through the steps to ensure easy access to the online system so that you can order your repeat medication or book/amend appointments online.


If your repeat prescription form says that you will need a medication review before the next set of medication is prescribed, please ensure you contact the surgery to arrange a planned appointmen.

Book Appointments Online 

We are very excited to announce that patients are now able to book and amend planned appointments using My Health on Line. To securely register for this service, you will need to call at the surgery with photographic ID, either passport of driving license and complete the application form.

MyHealthOnline also allows you to order your repeat prescriptions more efficiently. For more information please either click here or visit the surgery.

Are you a Carer?

Do you look after someone who is ill, frail, disabled or mentally ill? If so, you are a carer. we are interested in identifying carers, especially those people who may be caring without help or support. 
As a carer, you are also entitled to have your own needs assessed by Adult Care Services. This will give you a chance to talk about your needs as a carer and the possible ways help could be given.
If you are a carer, please let the practice know by completing this form and handing it in to reception or by clicking here. Further information can also be found by clicking the 'Carers Direct' link opposite.
You may also benefit from contacting a local carers' organisation such as Crossroads Care South East Wales.

Would you complete our online Patient Survey?

We are constantly trying to improve our patient care, and we would be grateful if you would be willing to take just a few minutes and complete our online patient survey. Click on the link on our home page.

We are a training practice - find out more

The practice is a training practice for General Practitioners. A trainee GP is a qualified doctor who has chosen to specialise in General practice and has to undergo various training to enable them to do this. Whilst they work in the practice they are known as a Registrar.

It is possible that you will see the Registrar when you make an appointment and you can be sure that they are all properly qualified and supervised doctors.

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