|Dr H Griffiths
||MBBCh MRCGP Reg. 1991 Cardiff
|Dr N Elwood
||MBBCh Reg. 1992 Cardiff
|Dr E Burrows
||MBBCh MRCGP Reg. 2000 Cardiff
|Dr N Morris
||MBBCh MRCP MRCGP DFSRH Reg. 2009 Cardiff
|Dr A Abdullah
||MBBCh (Wales) MCEM MRCGP Reg. 2001 Cardiff
|Dr D Reed
||MBBCh MRCGP Reg. 2010 Cardiff
|Dr B Roberts
||MBBCh MRCGP DFSRH DRCOG Reg. 2005 Cardiff
|Dr E Borley
||MBBCh MRCGP Reg. 2011 Cardiff
|Dr C John
|Dr S Laffan
If you prefer to have a consultation in Welsh with your doctor, please ask for an appointment with Dr Roberts or Dr John.
Mae modd cael apwyntiad gyda doctor sy’n siarad Cymraeg os byddai hynny’n well gennych gofynnwch am gael gweld Dr Roberts neu Dr John.
|Practice Based Pharmacists
|Advanced Nurse Practitioners
||Lisa Drury (senior nurse)
|Health Care Assistant
The surgery is a training practice and so from time to time has GP registrars attached. These registrars are fully qualified doctors who have decided upon a career in General Practice and are based at the surgery to receive training in aspects of family medicine. On occasion we also have medical students with us as a part of their general medical training. They are here only to observe and, with the patient’s consent, will sit in with the doctor.
Advanced Nurse Practitioners (ANP)
Our Advanced Nurse Practitioners (ANP) are Registered Nurses who have undertaken additional training and academic qualifications to be able to examine, assess, make diagnoses, treat, prescribe and make referrals for patients who present with undiagnosed/undifferentiated problems.
Practice Nurses (PN)
Practice Nurses (PN) are available to do dressings, foreign travel vaccinations, tetanus injections, asthma, diabetic and CHD and baby clinics. They give advice and general nursing duties. They also organise and assist with health promotion
Health Care Assistants (HCA)
Our Health Care Assistants (HCA) run clinics for phlebotomy, blood pressure, new patient checks and health education. They assist at minor operations and record ECGs as requested by the doctors. They also do simple dressings, spirometry, diabetic foot checks, data collection and measurements (e.g. height and weight) for long-term medical conditions. HCAs will also give routine immunisations.
Midwife, Antenatal & Postnatal Care
The Community Midwife conducts antenatal clinics in the surgery. The midwife will support you throughout your antenatal care, labour and early postnatal period, providing shared care with your GP and the hospital you have chosen for your delivery. The hospital clinic is led by a Consultant Obstetrician who will arrange appropriate blood tests, scans and further investigations as necessary and providing further care according to the local guidelines.
Ysbyty Ystrad Fawr (YYF) - Local Birthing Centre Tel: 01443 802436
Routine Child Health Surveillance is carried out by the Doctor in conjunction with the Health Visitor, who will become involved with you and the baby post delivery.
Baby clinic is held at the surgery Wednesday weekly.
The health visitor will give you general advice for your baby on feeding, weight checks, immunisations and any other concerns you may have.
Tel: 01633 431685
Community / District Nurses
The Community and District Nurse Team provide care to patients who are housebound or in the surgery as appropriate and need nursing care. They are responsible for post-operative wound care and regular dressings.
Tel: 01443 802522