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If there are any patients over the age of 50 who have not had a flu vaccine it's not too late.  Please call the Practice on 02920522350 to book an appointment.

Patients between the ages of 65-69 will be invited to attend the Practice for their COVID vaccine in the coming weeks, starting with the oldest first.  Please do not call us as we know who you are and will be in touch. 

If you are over 75 and have not yet had your COVID-19 vaccine and you are able to attend the Practice please ring to book an appointment on 029 20522355.

Cardiff and Vale Health Board have announced that you can ring the booking centre on 029 21841234 If you are:

  •  70-74
  •  74 and under and are clinically vulnerable (shielding)
  •  70 or over and are housebound 

To find out which priority group you are in please follow the link 

Due to high levels of call volumes we may take a little longer to answer your telehone call please use eConsult below or email our enquires team at enquiries.w97028@wales.nhs.uk We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.

If you haven't had your flu vaccine yet please let us know it's not too late to have it. 

We do not accept prescription requests over the telephone.  Please contact your local pharmacy who can arrange to order your repeat medication on your behalf.  Alternatively you can either email your request to prescription.w97028@wales.nhs.uk or register to use My Health Online  For further information on Prescriptions follow the link

 https://gov.wales/test-trace-protect-multilingual-information-about-coronavirus

Home Visits

Doctor's bag

If you require a home visit please, where possible, telephone before 10.30am. You will be required to give the receptionist some indication of the problem. Our home visit guidelines are:-

1. GP visit recommended

Home visiting makes clinical sense and is the best way of giving a medical opinion in cases involving the terminally ill. The truly housebound patient for whom travel to premises by car would cause deterioration in their medical condition.

2. GP visit may be useful

Following a conversation with a health professional, it may be agreed that a seriously ill patient may be helped by a GP’s visit.

3. GP visit is not usual

In most of these cases a visit would not be an appropriate use of your GP’s time or best for you:

Heart Attack – severe crushing chest pain. The best approach is to call 999.

Common symptoms of childhood: fevers, cold, cough, earache, headache, diarrhoea/vomiting and most cases of abdominal pain. These patients are usually well enough to travel to the surgery.  
It is not harmful to take a child with fever outside.

Adults with common problems, such as cough, sore throat, influenza, general malaise, back pain and abdominal pain are also readily transportable to the doctor’s surgery. Transport arrangements are the responsibility of the patients or their carers.

 
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