St. David’s Surgery

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How to request an Appointment

Please click on the pages below for information on the types of appointments available.

** If you experience severe chest pain, collapse, severe breathing difficulties, have one-sided weakness or slurred speech or severe bleeding, please dial 999 immediately **

When it’s less urgent than 999, you can also dial 111 for healthcare support and advice – 111 is a free-to-call phone number.

Routine appointments

Routine Appointments with a GP, Practice Nurse or Health Care Assistant are available in the morning, afternoon and early evening.  You need to make an appointment in advance. Appointments can ... [continue] Routine appointments

Urgent appointments

If our routine appointments are fully booked, we also have a limited number of urgent ‘same-day’ appointments.  These urgent appointments are reserved for urgent problems only, in accordance with a GP’s assessment ... [continue] Urgent appointments

Nurse appointments

Our Nursing Team run clinics daily in our Treatment Rooms and see patients by appointment only. They are experts in managing many chronic conditions and diseases (including asthma, COPD, diabetes, ... [continue] Nurse appointments

Home visits

If you are too unwell to come to the Surgery and you require a visit at home, please call the Surgery before 10am.  Home visits take up much more time than a ... [continue] Home visits

Pharmacy ‘Common Ailments’ scheme

The Surgery is not able to accommodate minor ailments and self-limiting conditions, such as colds, as urgent appointments.  For minor conditions, your local community Pharmacy can offer free treatment or ... [continue] Pharmacy ‘Common Ailments’ scheme

Appointments for visitors

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.  Please note that ... [continue] Appointments for visitors