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MB, BCh; DRCOG; MRCGP (Wales 1988)
MbCHb, MCL (Manchester 2010)
BMed Sci, BMBS, DRCOG Universtiy of Nottingham 2011
Responsibilities include assisting with minor surgery, chronic disease management, dealing with minor ailments, dressings, immunisations, family planning advice, cervical cytology, travel vaccinations and general health education.
Responsibilities include taking bloods, blood pressure monitoring, ECG.s and new patient/well person health checks.
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Our staff are here to help you receive the most appropriate care.
Sometimes they have to ask questions which you may think are unnecessary or intrusive. Please remember, however, that they are working to guidelines laid down by the doctors and they only ask these questions to ensure that you are directed to the most appropriate health professional at the most appropriate time.
The following professionals also work from the main surgery, usually by appointment only:
Mental Health Practitioners & Counselling
These professionals are also available, by appointment only, at the main surgery:
Powys Drugs and Alcohol Counsellors
The practice dispensary is based at the Health Centre in Crickhowell and this service is available to all our patients, who live more than a mile from the centre of Crickhowell and who are deemed (by the Welsh Assembly) to be in a rural area.
The dispensary opening hours are currently 09:00 to 17:30 Monday to Friday.
If, however, you have an appointment with one of the doctors after the dispensary has been closed and the doctor prescribes medication for you, he/she will be able to dispense the medication, if we have it in stock.
Similarly, if your medication has been prepared but you have been unable to collect it before the dispensary closing time, one of our receptionists will be able to get it for you.
Please note: If you live in Llangynidr, or surrounding area, you can sign up for our Dispensing delivery service, which allows patients to collect their medication from the Walnut Tree Stores in Llangynidr.
If you would like to take advantage of our dispensing service, you will need to complete a registration form, please call the dispensary on 01873 813226 to request one.