Welcome to St. David's Surgery

Dr I Kauschinger & Dr S Riley

We are open 8am - 6pm Monday to Friday and we are closed at weekends and Bank Holidays (when emergency cover is available - phone 01437 720303 to access the Out of Hours service).

We can offer appointments with a GP or Practice Nurse - or with other members of our team such as our Assistant Practitioner or Pharmacist. To make a booking please telephone, come into the Surgery or registered users can book online.

Get your NHS Flu Jab!

Many people think that flu is just a bad cold, but it isn’t. Becoming ill with flu can lead to serious complications if you’re an older person, or if you have certain chronic conditions – it can develop into bronchitis or pneumonia, which could lead to a stay in hospital or even death in some cases. Flu spreads easily – flu viruses can survive as particles in the air, or on surfaces such as door handles for several hours. So one person with flu can infect many others. The Department of Health recommends flu vaccination for the following 'at risk' groups:

  • All patients over the age of 65
  • And patients with one of the following conditions:
    • Pregnancy
    • Diabetes
    • A BMI of 40 or over
    • A long-term condition of the lungs (e.g. asthma or COPD); heart; brain or nervous system; kidneys; liver; immune system; or spleen.
If you’re in one of the ‘at risk’ groups listed above, don’t underestimate flu. The most effective way to protect you and your family is to have a flu jab.     PLEASE NOTE - All GP Practices in the UK are receiving two types of adult flu vaccine this year - the type of flu vaccine you are given will depend on your age (one type is for patients aged 65+, the other type is for clinically 'at risk' patients aged under 65yrs).    ** Receptionists will ask for your date of birth when you book your flu vaccination appointment, to ensure that you are booked into the correct flu clinic to be given the appropriate flu vaccine **   WE HAVE NOW RECEIVED SUPPLIES OF BOTH TYPES OF ADULT FLU VACCINE - IF YOU HAVEN'T ALREADY MADE AN APPOINTMENT FOR YOUR FLU JAB, PLEASE RING US NOW ON 01437 720303 WHILE STOCKS LAST.  (We may not be able to get further supplies of the adult flu vaccines as time goes on).  Thank you for your co-operation.                

Late Arrivals Policy

Due to increasing numbers of patients arriving late for appointments, we have reluctantly decided to adopt the following policy for late arrivals: FROM 1st JULY 2017 ANY PATIENT ARRIVING LATE FOR AN APPOINTMENT WILL BE ASKED TO RE-BOOK. read more...

St. David’s & Solva Surgery – GP collaboration

As you may be aware, Solva Surgery has been a single-handed Practice for some time, led by Dr Sujan Dhaduvai with locum support.  From June 2017 - April 2018, St. David’s was also a single-handed Practice under Dr Ingrid Kauschinger, with support from locum GPs - however, we were lucky to recruit a second GP, Dr Stephen Riley, at St David's from April 2018. read more...

Appointments

Appointments with a GP are available with Dr Kauschinger, Dr Riley or a locum GP. We offer Routine morning, afternoon and early evening appointments which can be booked well in advance, usually with the clinician of your choice depending on who is on duty. We also offer a limited number of Urgent appointments for patients who need to be seen sooner. read more...

Appointments are available for morning, afternoon and early evening surgeries.

Visitor to St. David’s?

If you are a visitor to St. David’s and you need to see a GP or nurse while you are here, please telephone us to make an appointment. Read more

My Health Online

New services – online ordering of Repeat prescriptions and booking of GP appointments.  To register for this secure service, please download the registration form below and return to us with evidence of ID. Text reminders for appointments also available.

Step by Step Guide to My Health Online

St Davids Surgery MHOL Patient Registration Form