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Welcome To Pendre Surgery

This booklet is designed to introduce you to our practice. Please read it carefully and keep it somewhere safe and easy to find (perhaps near the telephone). It informs you about the doctors, staff and services we provide and how you can help us to improve the care of our patients.

THE PRACTICE

The present premises of Pendre Surgery were originally built in 1965 and were one of the first purpose-built in Wales. The surgery was extended in 1990 and 2000. As Mold is situated in a rural area, Pendre Surgery also serves the surrounding villages. The surgery is situated at the junction of West View with Clayton Road. The local GP co-operative is used over the weekend from 6.30pm Friday to 8.00am on Monday, and between 6.30pm and 8.00am during weekdays.

PENDRE SURGERY CONTACT NUMBER: (01352) 759163

When telephoning for doctor and nurse appointments including triage, for visit requests and all enquiries please hold; your call will be held in a queue and answered as soon as possible.

For results, please telephone after 2.00pm. Please note, requests for repeat prescriptions will not be taken over the telephone.

THE PRACTICE TEAM

THE PARTNERS

The doctors practise together as a non-limited partnership. Pendre is not a training practice.

Dr Martin Griffiths

MB ChB (Liverpool 1989)

Dr Wendy Shillito

MB ChB (Liverpool 1984) DRCOG DFFP

Dr Gerry Louw

MB ChB (University of Stellenbosch 1991)

Dr Richard Selman

MB ChB (Liverpool 1988)

Dr Stephen Cotton

MSc MB ChB (Liverpool 1991) MRCGP DTM&H DCH DRCOG DS&RH

Dr Emma Poyner

MB ChB (Warwick 2005) MRCGP BSc (Hons) Biological Sciences

Dr Veronika Hlinomazova MRCGP DRCOG DFSRH

Click to: www.pendresurgery.co.uk for latest practice information

PRACTICE NURSES

Paula Rawlinson

Helen Robinson Sandra Ruddick Helen Price Julie Moss Mrs Jayne Bradb

ury

RGN SCM BSc (Hons) Health Studies Community Health Specialist Practitioner RGN (ENB) 1987 RGN 1989 RGN 2004 RGN BSc (Hons) Health Care Assistant

Miss Michelle Broderick Health Care Assistant Advice on booking appointments appropriately: GPs do not see patients for routine blood pressure checks, contraception checks/chats, HRT, smears or Zoladex/Prostap injections. Appointments can be made with our practice nurses for the following: Child immunisation clinics, travel vaccination and advice clinics, chronic disease management eg asthma, diabetes and diabetic foot checks, CHD, COPD, contraception advice, coil checks, HRT, Zoladex/Prostap injections and swabs. Appointments with a Health Care Assistant can be made for the following: Blood pressure checks, 24 hour blood pressure monitoring, well woman/well man clinics, new patient medicals, spirometry, ECGs, flu and pneumonia vaccination and B12 injections and weight management.

PRACTICE STAFF

Practice Manager

Mrs Alison Davies

Assistant Practice Manager, Personnel Manager

Mrs Petra Lavin

A support team of 15 including a medical secretary, contract analyst, reception supervisors and receptionists. The receptionists are your link with the rest of the practice. They are trained to do a wide variety of tasks to ensure the smooth running of the surgery. It is a difficult and demanding job - please be patient and courteous to our staff at all times.

OTHER MEMBERS OF THE HEALTH CARE TEAM COMMUNITY NURSES, TELEPHONE 755527

These nurses work out of the King Street Clinic in Mold, providing a range of services to patients who are housebound, recently discharged from hospital, require dressings or injections. They also provide health care and advice to those who are seriously ill at home and to their relatives.

HEALTH VISITORS, TELEPHONE 753637

The health visitors cover the Mold area and advise on pre-school children and services to the elderly and encourage the uptake of immunisation. A health visitor undertakes a child health surveillance clinic at Pendre Surgery every Tuesday between 2.00 and 3.00pm. The health visitors can be contacted at King Street Clinic on the above number for advice.

COMMUNITY MIDWIVES, TELEPHONE 752085

Community midwives work with the doctors to provide care for women before and after the delivery and care for the baby over the first two weeks of life.

SOCIAL SERVICES, TELEPHONE 700175 Social Services are available to help with social problems.

For the latest information click to: www.pendresurgery.co.uk

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