A Community Dietician provides dietary advice to our patients. Your doctor will refer you if necessary.
Housebound patients receive nursing care from the team of District Nurses who are attached to the Practice.
Our Health Visitor offers a number of health services and can be contacted through the surgery or at Mill Lane Clinic.
Our midwives are attached to the practice to provide antenatal and/postnatal-care in liaison with the doctors. Further information on the Ante-natal & Post-natal care at the practice can be found here.
A phlebotomist from New Cross hospital attends the practice every Monday and alternate Fridays to do routine blood tests as requested by the doctors or nurses.
There are a team of physiotherapists available for all our patients based at Mill Lane Clinic. Your doctor will refer you for treatment if he/she feels that you will benefit from physiotherapy.
Primary Care Mental Health Workers
They provide help and support for people with mild to moderate mental health issues. Your doctor will advise you regarding this service.
The Community Psychiatric Nurses are all Registered Psychiatric Nurses, who provide help and support for patients in their own homes and by appointment at St Davids Day Hospital.