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Cyfle i bobl h┼Ěn sydd ag anghenion gofal a chefnogaeth fyw’n annibynnol gan Tai Wales & West mewn partneriaeth â Chyngor Sir y Fflint.

Am ragor o wybodaeth, a gwneud cais am le, ffoniwch y rhif rhadffôn 0800 052 2526 Ebost: contactus@wwha.co.uk Gwefan: www.wwha.co.uk

Independent living for older people with care and support needs by Wales & West Housing in partnership with Flintshire County Council.

To find out more, and to apply, please call freephone 0800 052 2526 Email: contactus@wwha.co.uk Web: www.wwha.co.uk

Cynllun ar agor Hâf 2013 gwnewch eich cais heddiw

Scheme opening summer 2013 apply today Ffôn/Tel: 0800 052 2526

Please quote/Dyfynnwch LLJ01/13

To advertise your business to our patients on low cost, easy payment terms call 0800 0234 196.


Macmillan nurses are specialists in cancer care. They advise on the best ways to manage pain and other symptoms; they offer expert care on treatment options and they give psychological support to people living with cancer. Their support and advice is available from the moment someone is diagnosed, throughout the course of their illness. Macmillan nurses work as part of a team of health care professionals, caring for patients, co-ordinating care and providing continuity between hospital and the community. Requests for a Macmillan nurse can be made through your GP, district nurses, hospital consultant and hospital staff.

The Macmillan nurses can be contacted on their direct line at the Maelor Hospital Wrexham on 01978 727177.


Patients can contact a triage nurse for advice at NHS Direct Wales on telephone number 0845 4647. This service is available 24 hours a day.

www.nhsdirect.nhs.uk is the NHS Direct Wales website that provides information on health and health services across Wales and complements the NHS Direct Wales telephone service.


Surgeries - each GP has five pre-bookable appointments in the morning and four at the end of their evening surgery, these can be booked up to two weeks in advance; all other appointments are “on the day”, either phone in as soon after 9.00am as possible or pop down to the surgery to make one of the on the day appointments. You may have to speak to the triage nurse first, this is to make sure all genuinely urgent cases are seen as soon as possible.

It helps timing if you can give a rough idea of the reason for your appointment. If you are unable to keep an appointment please inform us as soon as possible so that your appointment may be allocated to another patient. Patients who do not attend for three appointments and who do not notify the practice, may be removed from the practice list. When attending for an appointment please inform the receptionist before taking a seat. Patients can express a preference of which doctor they wish to see. Whilst the practice will endeavour to comply it might not always be possible and, if that is the case, an explanation will be offered. A patient can see any doctor of their choice if they are able to wait until that doctor's next available appointment; but this may not be possible if the patient is requesting to be seen with an urgent problem. The receptionists will be able to provide you with further information regarding appointments.


Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday

9.00am - 1.00pm 9.00am - 1.00pm 9.00am - 1.00pm 9.00am - 12 noon 9.00am - 1.00pm

2.00 - 6.00pm 2.00 - 6.00pm 2.00 - 6.00pm 12 noon - 6.00pm (limited service via side doors) 2.00 - 6.00pm


Appointment times are stated overleaf. NB the earliest and latest appointment times vary from GP to GP, only some of the GPs start their surgeries before 9.00am and only one has their last appointment at 6.15pm.

Stay in touch with our website: www.pendresurgery.co.uk

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