We provide all methods of contraception including pills, patches, injections, implants and coils. Please make an appointment in the contraception clinic to discuss this.
Emergency contraception is available and may be prescribed over the phone if appropriate.
When we are closed you can also get emergency contraception from chemists and advice from the out of hours service NHS 111 Wales.
Menopause can have an impact on many areas of our health including bones, heart, brain, joints, contraception and more. You can make an appointment to discuss menopause symptoms with our practice nurses or click here to visit the Menopause Matters website for more useful information, healthcare advice and support.
Bladder and bowel problems, including prolapse are very common but are often not discussed. However, it is important to know that they can affect anyone at any stage in life, they may be related to other medical problems, to disabilities, or may occur in people who are otherwise well. Regardless of cause, there are a wide choice of treatments, products and management options that can help. You can make an appointment to discuss any concerns with one of our clinicians or click here to visit the Bladder & Bowel Foundation website for more information.
Good diabetes care and management is an essential part of keeping healthy for people with diabetes. Understanding your blood glucose levels and knowing what your blood sugar levels mean is a key part of understanding your diabetes – as well as understanding the differences between hyperglycemia and hypoglycemia and their respective symptoms. We have a highly trained team to support our patients.
Asthma is a condition that affects your airways – the small tubes that carry air in and out of the lungs. The more you understand the condition, the better position you’re in to work out with your healthcare team how to manage it well. Managing it well means that asthma will affect your life as little as possible. We provide support through asthma clinics and reviews.
Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is the name for a group of lung conditions that cause breathing difficulties. COPD is a common condition that mainly affects middle-aged or older adults who smoke. Many people do not realise they have it.
The breathing problems tend to get gradually worse over time and can limit your normal activities, although treatment can help keep the condition under control.
Further information on treatments for COPD, healthcare guidance and support click here to visit the British Lung Foundation website.
Appointments are run weekly. You will receive an invitation through the post from Child Health detailing when your appointment will be. Please ensure you bring your child’s red book to this appointment.
We provide the free NHS travel vaccinations which include diphtheria, polio and tetanus boosters, typhoid vaccine and hepatitis A, only.