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Meddygfa Teifi Surgery

Meddygfa Teifi Surgery
New Road,
SA44 4QJ

Tel: 08448 151117
Fax: 08448 151118
Website: www.teifisurgery.co.uk
Patients seen on a first come first seen basis:

Monday 9.00am 12noon 5.00pm 6.00pm
Tuesday 9.00am 12noon
Wednesday 9.00am 11.00am
Thursday 9.00am 12noon 5.00pm 6.00pm
Friday 9.00am 12noon 5.00pm 6.00pm

Dr. D.A.T. Roberts
Dr. D.T. Jones
Dr. K.J. Gordon
Dr. B.L. Howells
Dr. D. Chant


In addition to open surgery, each doctor has booked appointment sessions which vary from week to week, covering morning and afternoon sessions.

PRACTICE PREMISES The surgery has suitable access and facilities for disabled patients. This includes parking bays outside the surgery premises, portable infaloop system, visual call system

HOME VISITS These are for people too ill or disabled to attend the surgery. If possible, please request a visit before 10.00am, before the doctor begins his/her round. Be prepared to give our staff some idea of your symptoms so that we can judge the urgency of each call while planning the round.

CALLS OUTSIDE SURGERY HOURS If you need to contact a doctor for an urgent medical problem after 6.30pm on weeknights and anytime on weekends and Bank Holidays, please telephone the out of hours service on 01437 769811. Your call will be answered by trained staff who will make sure that you get the treatment you need. The out-of-hours service is commissioned by Ceredigion Local Health Board.


These can be ordered by post, at reception, by fax on 0844 8151118 or. Requests for repeat prescriptions must be received in writing.You can now order your repeat pescriptions online - please register for this at reception. Please use your prescription counterfoil to order repeats where possible and also state if you wish the completed prescription to be sent to a pharmacy. Please allow 24 hours before collecting your prescription from the surgery.

Please telephone the surgery to discuss travel vaccinations, if possible, at least 8 weeks before departure. Some vaccinations are not covered by the NHS and you may be asked to pay a fee. A list of these is available at reception.

Citizens Advice Bureau: Weekly clinic. To make an appointment please telephone 01239 613707. You can also ask your nurse or doctor to refer you.

CARERS The practice adopts a proactive approach to the identification of carers. We keep a register of patients who are carers and we have information available for carers to obtain support. Please ask at reception. Useful website addresses on 'Useful Contacts' page.


Antenatal Clinic Tuesday 1.30pm 2.30pm Run by the midwives with a doctor available. Appointments are given, but you are welcome to come to the clinic anytime for reassurance.

Well Woman Clinic Held by Dr. Katharine Gordon and Dr. Beth Howells, this clinic is available to all women for general health check-ups and cervical smears. Appointment only.

Family Planning & HRT Clinic Every Tuesday 5.30pm 6.30pm. Held by Dr. Katharine Gordon and Dr. Beth Howells. A full range of service and follow-up is available. No appointment is necessary.

Asthma Clinic - Run by Sister Neris Davies and Dr. Jay. Patients will be invited to attend, but you can also telephone the surgery to book an appointment if required.

Diabetic Clinic - Run by Dr. Roberts and the diabetic sister. Please see the practice nurse to arrange an appointment. We see diabetics for regular review.

Well Baby Clinic Thursday 1.30pm 3.00pm. Held by Dr. Jay and the Health Visitors. No appointment is necessary and children under five are welcome for development screening, immunisation and general advice. Please do not bring children to the clinic when they are ill.

Hypertension Clinic Run by the practice nurses. Patients will be invited to attend.

Rheumatoid Clinic Run by Dr. Jones. Patients will be invited to attend.