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Are you in need of healthcare advice?

If you have toothache, sore or bleeding gums, troublesome wisdom tooth, tooth sensitivity or other types of facial pain your Primary Choice is a Dentist

If you have problems with your eye health like injuries, pain, swelling, visual loss or disturbance your Primary Choice is an Optometrist

If you have a minor illness like coughs, colds, diarrhoea or headaches or need advice on medications your Primary Choice is a Community Pharmacist

If you call your GP Practice you will speak to the GP Receptionist. They are trained to ask questions about your healthcare needs to help signpost you to the most appropriate person to provide advice or treatment

Your General Practice Nurse is your Primary Choice for wound and minor injury treatment, contraception advice and reviews, immunisations, blood monitoring and chronic illness reviews.

By making the right Primary Choice means your GP can spend time with the most vulnerable, complex and very ill patients.


MatthewsDr Stephen J Matthews (m)

MB BCh (1986) Cardiff Medical School

MB BCh Dip Diabetes

Dr Matthews supports Cardiff City Football Club and is a keen golfer.

Dr Matthews usually works Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays.

Dr Susan J Goodfellow (f)

MBBS (1985) University of London

MRCGP - Member of the Royal College for GPs

MRCP - Member of Royal College of Physicians

DRCOG - Diploma of Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists

FFPRHC - Faculty Family Planning and Reproductive Healthcare

Dr Goodfellow has a special interest in dermatology and helps treat a wide variety of cosmetic and non-cosmetic skin conditions. Sue spends her spare time horse-riding.

Dr Goodfellow usually works Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays.

Dr Rhodri G Lewis (m)

MB BCh (1999) University of Wales

Dr Lewis has a particular interest in helping treat musculoskeletal problems, sports injuries and also paediatric and palliative care medicine. He is the Practice Lead GP for supporting Ty Hafan Hospice.

His outside interests include being specialist doctor for rugby matches, especially for Ospreys and World Cup events. He has a wide taste in live music.

Dr Lewis usually works Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Fridays.

Dr J Louise Jenkins (f)

MBchB (2002) Birmingham

MRCGP - Member of the Royal College of General Practitioners

DRCOG - Diploma from the Royal College of Obstetrics and Gynaecologists

DCH - Diploma in Child Health

Dr Jenkins usually works Mondays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays.

Dr James M L Martin (m)

MB BCh (2005) University of Wales

MRCGP (2010) - Member of the Royal College of General Practitioners

Diploma in Geriatric Medicine

Dr Martin spends his spare time perfecting his cooking skills, practising martial arts and winter sports.

Dr Martin usually works Mondays, Wednesday mornings, Thursdays & Fridays.

Dr Robert Glenn (m)

MB BCh (2009) University of Wales

MRCGP (2016)

Dr Glenn enjoys running, walking his dog, and is also the team Doctor for Aberavon RFC.

Dr Glenn usually works Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays & Fridays.

Dr Catherine E Wray (f)

MB BCh (2007) University of Wales

Dr Catherine Wray is a salaried general practitioner, and joined the practice in 2012. When Dr Wray is not working, she enjoys an active lifestyle, and is a keen skier, cyclist, runner and tennis player.

Dr Wray usually works Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, & Fridays.


West Quay Medical Centre is proud to be a training Practice for General Practitioners. Every year we train Doctors who have already been qualified at least four years, they work with us during the final year of their vocational training to become independent GPs.

The following Doctors are currently with us:

Dr Lloyd Evans

Dr Rhiannon Watson

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