How to see a General Practitioner, Practice Nurse or Health Care Assistant:
GP/Nurse/Health Care Assistant surgery times are scheduled weekdays as follows:
9:00 am – 11:30 am
3.30 pm. – 5.30 pm – no evening surgery on a Wednesday
Normal surgeries run on an open access system. No appointment is needed for general surgeries to see the Doctor, Practice Nurse or Health Care Assistant. On arrival, you can express a preference of practitioner or nurse.
Specialist clinics are run on an appointment basis. Currently you are only able to book on-line appointments for Asthma and Well Woman Clinics. We are in the process of setting up other specialist clinics appointments on-line. Appointments may be made by calling the surgery during office hours on 01267 290240. Appointment are usually bookable up to three to six weeks in advance.
Local opticians’ appointments can be made for acute eye symptoms, e.g. sudden loss of vision, blurred vision or swollen red eyes.
All children under 16 years of age with acute presentations will be seen same-day consultation.
People who are clinically triaged as requiring an urgent assessment are offered a same-day consultation.
Minor Ailments or Acute Eye Symptoms
Triage and Treat Service
A Teaching Practice
We are a University Teaching Practice, and currently have First Year Students from the University of Swansea School of Medicine. Nurse students are also attached to this practice.
We will always ask your permission for a student to be present during your consultation.
The practice is committed to providing a safe, comfortable environment where patients and staff can be confident that best practice is being followed at all times and the safety of everyone is of paramount importance. If you would like a chaperone during your consultation, please ask the doctor. A Nurse or Health Care Assistant will usually be your chaperone, but on rare occasions a Receptionist will be asked to chaperone if the Nurse of Health Care Assistant is not available.
Please call the surgery on the number above.