Welcome to Llanfyllin Group Practice
Our doctors, nurses, Health Care Assistants and other health care professionals provide a wide range of clinics and services to over 10 000 patients from our main purpose built site in Llanfyllin and routine appointments from our 2 branch surgeries situated in Four Crosses and Llanrhaeadr.
All our premises are easily accessible with disabled access and parking facilities
We offer all core NHS funded General Medical Services to our registered patients as well as a range of enhanced services.
We also offer a range of private services and clinics (such as insurance medicals, private sick notes and certain vaccinations) that are not funded by the NHS.
Please use our website to find out more about us and the health care services we offer, to obtain health advice and to see out latest news.
We are constantly seeking to improve the service we offer to our patients and value your feedback and suggestions .
Ebola Virus Update
The outbreak of Ebola virus disease (EVD) in West Africa which was first reported in March 2014 is continuing. Ongoing transmission of the virus is continuing to be reported in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone.
Travellers who have been in the relevant area (Sierra Leone, Liberia & Guinea) and who have no symptoms are advised that they should remain vigilant for 21 days and if symptoms develop (fever.sore throat, aches and pains, vomiting and diarrhoea) they should ring the surgery for further advice
Travellers who have been in the relevant area and have a temperature, sore throat, and flu like symptoms with/without vomiting and diarrhoea should quarentine themselves at home and phone the surgery for medical advice
Information about Ebola virus disease including symptoms and prognosis is available from the World Health Organisation (WHO) website at http://www.who.int/csr/disease/ebola/en/ and the NHS Choices website at http://www.nhs.uk/conditions/ebola-virus/Pages/Ebola-virus.aspx .
A vaccine to prevent shingles, a common, painful skin disease is now available on the NHS to people in their 70s.
The first people to have the vaccine will be those aged 70 or 79 on September 1st 2013. If you were aged 70 or 79 on September 1st 2013 but become 71 or 80 before attending for vaccination, you will still be able to have the shingles vaccine. Unlike the flu jab, you'll only need to have the vaccination once.
The vaccine is expected to reduce your risk of getting shingles. If you are unlucky enough to go on to have the disease, your symptoms may be milder and the illness shorter.
If you meet the age criteria above, please contact the Surgery to book an appointment.
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