Croeso i Feddygfa Cadwgan - Welcome to Cadwgan Surgery
This website is designed to highlight the various services we offer. In addition to everything you need to know about the practice you will also find a wealth of health-related information, including our downloadablebilingual practice booklet, in the menu at the bottom of this page.
COVID VACCINATION UPDATE!
Covid vaccination information (Public Health Wales) - please note that you will be contacted by the health board or our surgery to arrange your vaccination in due course. Please DO NOT contact the surgery about this unless we have asked you to do so. Unfortunately, due to the ongoing uncertainty with regards to our weekly vaccine allocation from the health board, we are unable to provide you with an estimated time-frame for when and where you will be vaccinated. What we can say is that we have had confirmation from the health board that they will be vaccinating JCVI groups 7-9 at the mass vaccination centre and as of the 22nd of March, this has already started. Please click here to find out more about JCVI groups.
We are delighted to welcome Sian Forster to our team. Dr Forster is also a GP Trainer and Educational Supervisor. We are also very pleased to announce that Dr Kevin Carter, who was a trainee with us, has now become a partner at our practice.
In an attempt to protect our community against the effects of Coronavirus (COVID-19), telephone triage is in operation for all enquiries. No appointments will be given without being triaged first. Please DO NOT QUEUE OUTSIDE THE SURGERY. We expect you to wear a face covering at the surgery and to keep it on at all times. Unless necessary and agreed beforehand during triage, you mustn't be accompanied, so as to minimise the risk to others and help us with our waiting area physical distancing.
At this difficult time, we are trying our best to maintain our service and care for you, whilst following national public health guidance. If you have symptoms to suggest Coronavirus, or you have been in contact with someone who has such symptoms, please visit our surgery's Coronavirus information page below (by clicking the link or scanning the QR code with a mobile phone camera), for advice on self-care, staying at home, and other matters.
Don't contact NHS 111 just to tell them you're staying at home.
If you have serious symptoms you cannot manage at home, use NHS 111 online (or call NHS111 if not online).
If you inappropriately visiting our surgery, you are putting others at risk, as well as risking the closure of our surgery for all our patients.
Common Ailments Scheme - click here to find out when to use this pharmacy scheme, rather than making a GP appointment.
Coughs, colds, earache, sore throat - please click here (Welsh version) or here (English version) to find out why antibiotics are inappropriate in most cases.
Antibiotic Awareness Campaign - please click here to read about this in English and here in Welsh.
Role of Minor Unjury Unit at Llandudno Hospital - please click here to watch a video and learn more about this unit.
When is appropriate to call an ambulance? - click here to watch a video that should help you decide when to choose this option, and here about changes to ambulance service.
Deciding whether to see a GP or another healthcare service - please click here for further information and here to watch a video about this.
Emergency Dental Service - please click here to read about the local emergency dental service provision.
Fit Notes ('sick notes') - You don't need a Fit Note for any illness lasting seven days or less. Click here for a self-certificate to give to your employer.
Finding your way around Glan Clwyd Hospital - click here for an useful map.
Your GP Cares Campaign - click here for further information
Welsh GP Record - click here for more information detailing changes to how we use your GP record
Debifrillator locations (Old Colwyn) - click here
(Site updated 26/03/2021)