Welcome to Crickhowell Group Practice
With patients' needs at the heart of everything we do, our website has been designed to make it easy for you to gain instant access to the information you need. As well as specific practice details such as opening hours and how to register, you’ll find a wealth of useful pages covering a wide range of health issues along with links to other relevant medical organisations.
Protected Learning. The Health Centre will be closed on the afternoons of the following dates
Wednesday April 11
Thursday June 7
Thursday Sept. 6
Wednesday Nov. 14
Working Towards A Dementia Friendly Town
TUESDAY 27th FEBRUARY 2018
The Parish Hall
If you are interested in helping to make Crickhowell a “Dementia Friendly Town” please come along
To establish a working programme leading to recognition as a Dementia Friendly Community
The appointment of a steering group
To plan the launch of a monthly social café that will be dementia friendly.
For further information please contact:
Mike or Suzan Alderton: email@example.com
or Sally Rees 01873 811332
Dementia Friendly Crickhowell
We are working with local groups in the Crickhowell area to make our town Dementia Friendly. Check out our dedicated webpage here for more information.
Keeping Well in Winter
We have a newsletter with some helpful tips on how to keep well this winter.
Click on the document link below to access. Paper copies are available from reception.
Keeping Well in Winter Newsletter 2017
Information on Common Seasonal Illnesses
Here's some handy advice on common seasonal illnesses.
More advice is also available from the @NHSDirectWales Symptom Checker at www.nhsdirect.wales.nhs.uk/SelfAssessments
Flu Campaign (2017/18)
We are coming to the end of our flu campaign here at Crickhowell Group Practice.
To book your appointment please call the surgery on:
01873 810255 for War Memorial Health Centre
01873 830589 for our Gilwern branch
Please see our Flu Clinic page for more information here about how to protect yourself and our flu clinics dates.
New Minor Ailments Service in Powys
Do you need to see the doctor today?
If you think:
you have a common ailment but are not sure about your symptoms or how to treat them with over-the-counter medicines and you need an NHS appointment, you can now get FREE NHS ADVICE AND TREATMENT (where needed) for a range of common ailments from our local community pharmacists instead of seeing the doctor.
- You don’t have to make an appointment.
- You can go along at a time that suits you.
The service is available for the following conditions:
- Athletes Foot
- Backache (acute)
- Cold sores
- Dry skin
- Dry Eye
- Head Lice
- Ingrowing toenail
- Mouth Ulcers
- Nappy rash
- Oral thrush
- Sore throat
- Vaginal thrush
Where no medicine is recommended by the NHS, the pharmacist will give you advice on how to manage the condition.
You can register for Choose Pharmacy at one of the community pharmacies by clicking the following link: Local Pharmacy Details
Please refer to the following guides for more information on this service.
Minor Ailments Leaflet- English
Minor Ailments Leaflet- Welsh
Crickhowell Rotary working for Town's War Memorial Health Centre
Crickhowell Rotary Club are raising funds to fully equip the practice with some brand new examination couches. Read more about this here.