After more than 15 years Dr Jordan has left the practice and we wish him all the best in his future endeavours.
Walk-in flu clinics for November are:
Aberaman Surgery: Wednesday 7th November 1.00pm – 6.00pm
Monk Street Surgery: Saturday 10th November 10.00am -12.00pm
Aberaman Surgery: Wednesday 14th November 9.30am – 11.30am
After more than 30 years as the founding partner of Foundry Town Clinic, Dr Alan Wardrop will be retiring on 31st October 2018. I hope you will join us in wishing him a long and happy retirement.
Flu vaccinations are available by appointment or at walk-in clinics. Please ring either surgery for more details.
This year there are two different flu vaccinations.
The next supply of the new vaccine for patients over 75, or over 65 with clinical conditions such as cardiac and respiratory disease or diabetes, will be available from 9th November.
The standard vaccine for those under 65, or between 65 and 74 who are fit and well, is fully in stock now.
Children’s nasal flu vaccinations are available now in pre-bookable clinics. Please ring the surgery to make an appointment.
Twice a week, on Wednesdays and Fridays, there is a clinical pharmacist based in the surgery for any prescription related queries. Appointments can be made for telephone or face to face consultations.
We are pleased to announce that as of 1st November 2018 Mrs Beverley Evans will be starting a full-time post at the practice as Advanced Nurse Practitioner, dividing her time equally between both sites.
The practice now provides a My Health Online website in collaboration with NHS Wales.
Once you’ve registered an account you will be able to use this service to:
- Book and cancel appointments
- Request repeat prescriptions
- Update personal information
If you wish to register to use My Health Online please ask any of our receptionists who will guide you through the process. You will need to provide a current email address.
A link to My Health Online has been added to the menu at the top of our web pages.