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Practice update 

Water Leak

Following the major water leak at West Quay Medical Centre, we are currently unable to open our automated doors at the rear entrance of the surgery.

Please use the main entrance when attending.

We apologise for any inconvenience caused.

Surgery Closure

The surgery will be closed on Wednesday 19th June from 13:00 for essential staff training.

 

Our phone lines will be open as normal the following day (Thursday 20th June) from 08:00 with the surgery opening at 08:20.

 

Please contact the Out of Hours Team on 01446 729562 should you require urgent medical advice whilst we are closed.

We apologise for any inconvenience caused.

Clinics & Services

Antenatal Clinic

Antenatal clinics are held all day every Thursday at West Quay Medical Centre by appointment and on a Wednesday morning at our Rhoose Branch.

The community midwife is present at the antenatal clinics and provides care before, during and after childbirth.

Baby Clinic

We hold a baby immunisation clinic every Monday for under 5s (except bank holidays) from 13:30 until 15:30. No appointment necessary. You can also make an appointment at reception to see the health visitor for weight checks and advice. 

Health Visitor contact details: 01446 454364

Cervical Smears

Patients are encouraged to book an appointment for regular smears. Please ask the receptionist.

Minor Surgery

Many small lumps and bumps may be able to be treated at the Practice. Please make an appointment to see a doctor for an initial diagnosis to be made.  If appropriate, the doctor may refer you to our in-house minor surgery clinic along with a clinical photograph and patient consent which will be stored in the patient record. You will then receive a letter from the Practice detailing the next steps. 

Travel Advice

Our practice nurses will advise with regard to travel requirements and will administer any vaccinations, which may be necessary. More information can be found on the above tab.

In-House counselling

Patients can be referred via the GP for this service. 

 

 
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