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Bishop StreetGrangetownCardiffSouth Glamorgan, CF11 6PGTel: 02920 226057
MB BS DROCG MRCGP DFFP (Newcastle 1990)
MBBS, MRCGP, MSc (London 1999)
MBChB, DRCOG, DFFP, MRCGP (Leicester 1992)
Wednesday ( alternate weeks Wednesday am only )
currently on leave
SRN, RMN, RM, Adv Dip, BSc (Hons)
The community midwives run the antenatal clinics and provide care for mothers and babies before and after delivery.
The district nursing team provides a nursing service primarily to housebound patients. Examples of nursing care provided include: wound care, pressure area care, continence support, administration of injections and care of the terminally ill.
The health visitors are qualified nurses who specialise in childrens’ health. Their work includes identifying developmental problems, assisting parents with information about childcare and facilities in the area, advising about minor ailments, planning a family, antenatal and postnatal health.
They can be contacted on 21 833275, if not available a message can be left on their answering machine.
Our counsellor sees patients referred to her by the doctors every Tuesday.