**Coronavirus Update**

If a child/parent/household member develops symptoms of COVID-19, the entire household should immediately self-isolate, and book a test for the individual with the symptoms. It is unnecessary to test the entire household if they are not symptomatic. The COVID-19 symptoms are: a new continuous cough a high temperature loss of or change to sense of smell […]

Please wear a face mask

We are still asking patients not to come to the surgery unless they have an appointment or need to deliver or collect something which cannot be sent by post. If you do need to visit the surgery, we request that you wear a face mask. The reason for this is to help reduce COVID transmission […]

COVID Testing

Please do not call the surgery about COVID testing as we have no access to these tests. The number to call for non-keyworker testing is 03000 200159. For keyworker testing the number is 0300 303 8322. If you are ill and would like advice, please request this in the usual way via eConsult or telephone. […]

Blood tests for Warfarin

We have been informed that the phlebotomy service will not be holding walk-in INR clinics on Tuesdays and Thursdays. All appointments now need to be booked via reception on the usual number – 01239 612021 image credits  Staff Sgt. Teresa Cleveland

Stockpiling medication

We have had a lot of calls from patients requesting medication that they have not needed for years and extra quantities of existing medications ‘just in case’. Pharmacies have only a limited supply of medications at any one time so over-ordering could lead to other patients missing out. Pharmacies are also under increased demand from […]

Coronavirus update

The latest information from https://phw.nhs.wales/ is as follows: People who live with others should stay at home for 14 days if they, or anyone in their household, has either a high temperature or a new and continuous cough People who live alone should stay at home for seven days if they develop a high temperature or a […]

Coronavirus update

The guidance from Public Health Wales has now changed. If you have a new fever or a new cough you are now advised to self isolate for 7 days but NOT to call 111. Only call 111 if you ‘cannot cope’ with your symptoms or your condition is worsening or the symptoms do not get […]

Reception Video link

At present there are no confirmed cases of coronavirus in Cardigan. However we are aware from national news coverage of cases diagnosed in returning travellers who reside in Pembrokeshire. As part of our efforts to reduce the risk of catching the virus for both patients and staff, we have introduced a video link at the […]