FLU Vaccinations 2018/19 appointments now available
Please contact the surgery to make an appointment if you are over 65 or are in one of the clinical 'at risk groups':
My Health On-Line
The Practice is now registered with My Health on Line (MHOL) allowing registered patients to book or cancel an appointment, and order repeat prescriptions on-line.
To register for on-line services - please ask a receptionist for the appropriate forms, or download a copy using the links below. Alternatively, someone can collect the forms and register on your behalf, with your permission.
Please click on the links below to view or download the related documentation:
Booking and Cancelling appointments on line - When you are registered for on-line services you will be able to book and also cancel any unwanted appointments. Full instructions on how to do this are provided in the User Guide available to download above.
Minor ailments clinics
ST Lukes Surgery now offers a daily nurse-led Minor Ailments Clinic - contact the surgery for details or see below for a list of the types of ailments which can be dealt with in the clinic:
Welsh GP Record - NHS Wales is making changes to the way your information is used for your care
From autumn 2016 key health information from the records held by your GP will be available to support outpatient appointments, in an emergency and in the community. See here for more details: The Welsh GP Record
Local Emergency Centre (LEC) at Ysbyty Ystrad Fawr (YYF)
The Local Emergency Centre includes all the following services in one area of the hospital
Minor Injuries Unit
Medical Assessment Unit
Out of Hours GP Services
Check here for full details of what the Care Centre is able to offer our patients, including how you may be treated and cared for if you need any of the above services:
Stop Smoking Wales Dim Smygu Cymru
Free treatment and help to quit smoking is available through Stop Smoking Wales. Sessions are held in numerous locations Further information is available here:
Quit Smoking Sessions
Road to Wellbeing Programme - Free Self-help classes....
Under the new Aneurin Bevan University Health Board' Road to Wellbeing Programme', FREE SELF-HELP CLASSES ARE NOW AVAILABLE FOR ANYONE WISHING TO ATTEND. Classes are run on an 'open access' basis which means that no assessment is needed, there is no waiting list and no need to pre-book...just go along, sit down, listen and learn! Details of dates and venues is available here:
Road to Wellbeing Programme - Activate your Life & Stress Control