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Dixton SurgeryMonmouthMonmouthshire, NP25 3PLTel: 01600 712152
MBChB (Birmingham) 1982 MRCGP
GP Trainer, Medical Student Tutor
MBChB (Bristol) 2010, MRCGP
Diploma in Child Health (2013)
Child Protection and Safeguarding Lead
Peer Breastfeeding Supporter
MB BCh (Cardiff) 2007 MRCGP
We are a training practice and have qualified doctors gaining general practice experience working with us.
The GP Registrar is mentored by our doctors and very occasionally video record their consultations, which are only viewed by the mentoring doctor. They may also ask you to complete an assessment questionnaire, to give feedback on your consultation. You will always be asked to consent to this before entering the consultation room. You do not have to agree, but all feedback is useful for the registrar’s assessment.
RGN, BSc (Hons) NP, Dip Prof Practice
With a Special Interest in Women’s Health and Disease Management, Mrs McFarlane consults with patients suffering from minor or acute illnesses or conditions, complex chronic disease management, working closely with the doctors to manage complex health conditions. Patients may book an appointment with Christina for consultations in all aspects of healthcare.
Our Practice Nurses specialise in chronic disease management for conditions such as Diabetes, Asthma, COPD and Spirometry, wound management, ear syringing, ECG examinations, cancer support, travel immunisations, cervical smears, vaccinations and immunisations, family planning advice (including contraception), health concerns or education advice, help with smoking and alcohol cessation.
Ceinwen supports the doctors and nurses with their daily work. She offers appointments for the management of long-term conditions, vaccination, immunisations and injections (not child), wound care, ear syringing, health checks, blood pressure monitoring, stitch removal, ECGs, spirometry and smoking cessation and weight loss advice and support.
Jeanette also offers appointments for BP Monitoring, Smoking Cessation Monitoring and Weight Monitoring.
The Practice Manager is involved in managing the practice to ensure that the right systems are in place to provide a high quality of patient care, including personnel, health and safety, the premises, equipment and information technology. The Practice Manager supports the GPs and other medical professionals to deliver patient services and also helps to develop extended services to enhance patient care.
Complaints should be addressed to Mrs Howell, who will deal with matters as set down in the NHS Wales Complaints Procedures "Putting Things Right".
Mrs Harries has worked for over 25 years in Primary Care Management and works alongside her GP Partners to manage the financial and business aspects of the practice.
Our administration staff provide all the patient data support to our clinical team, including referral letters, clinical coding, medical record management, registrations, screening services, referrals, hospital liaison and carer liaison.
Patient Administration, Registrations
Receptionists provide an important link for patients with the practice and are your initial contact point for general enquiries. They can provide basic information on services and results and direct you to the right person depending on your health issue or query. They are required to ask you for a brief description of your symptoms if you request an urgent appointment or a home visit; this is so they can help the doctors prioritise their emergency care.
The Midwife has regular antenatal clinics at the surgery. She will look after mothers before and after delivery, and give advice on care of the newborn baby.
Her clinics are currently on a Wednesday morning, by appointment. Please telephone reception for information.
Our District Nurses are based at Monnowvale and provide nursing care at home for the long term sick, the acutely unwell and those who are housebound.
A Health Visitor is a registered nurse who has received training particularly related to babies, children and pregnant women. Their role is to provide families with children under five years old with support and advice around the general aspects of mental, physical and social wellbeing.
Sarah offers appointments on Tuesday, between 2pm and 3pm; please telephone the surgery to make an appointment. She also manages the Childhood Immunisation Programme.
Our Dispensary Team process all the prescription requests and manage the dispensing services.
If you have a question about your medication please contact the Duty Dispenser, who will be happy to help you. If the Dispensary is extremely busy the Dispenser will return your call when surgery has finished.