Clinics & Services
Diabetic Clinic Healthy Life Style Clinic LARC Clinic
Antenatal Clinic Blood Pressure Clinic INR Clinic
Postnatal Clinic Cardiac Clinic Hypertension Clinic
Asthma Clinic Baby Clinic (Health Visitor) Child Health & Immunisation
Phlebotomist Minor Operations Clinic Medication Review Clinic
Other services at Narberth Surgery
Sarah Bevan will review Patients current medication to ensure the correct usage, dosage and medication is being prescribed for the condition being treated.
Occupational Therapist Review:
Assists Patients living in their home, accessing service and equipment to prevent accidents and hospital admissions.
Healthy Lifestyle Advisors:
Gillian Douglas will provide Patients with advice and guidance on lifestyle changes to improve Health & Wellbeing.
Outreach Nurse for the Elderly:
Kenna Crawford will support patients in the area, in their own home, in an effort to reduce the numbers of avoidable hospital admissions, especially at the end of life stage and to reduce the numbers of non - urgent GP calls out.
Heart Failure Clinic:
Lowri O’Boyle will provide a clinic closer to home for those Patients with Heart Failure.
Group Respiratory Clinic:
Dave Edwards will provide advice in a group clinic to children and their parents to better educate regarding asthma and inhaler techniques.
Community Resource Team (MDT):
Practice Meeting to better co-ordinate the health and social care for some of our most complex patients.
Patient Participation Group
Meet to discuss ideas and implement changes for the benefit of the Patient and the Practice.
Advanced Care Planning
The Paul Sartori Foundation can provide assistance with Advance Care Planning.
To support people to take positive steps to improve health & well being, social interaction and help them enjoy life within their communities.
Occupational Therapy - Fit Note
Karen Holloway will see patients in current employment in this proactive role to support occupational participation/independence to prevent a person from going off sick leading to further illness/hopelessness and the sick role and benefits trap.