Welcome to Mostyn House Medical Practice
With patients' needs at the heart of everything we do, our website has been designed to make it easy for you to gain instant access to the information you need. As well as specific practice details such as opening hours and how to register, you’ll find a wealth of useful pages covering a wide range of health issues along with links to other relevant medical organisations.
E MAIL: For non urgent enquiries please e mail:
This is a routine e mail for patients who wish to contact us for non urgent enquiries. This e mail is monitored 9 am to 5 pm Monday to Friday. We aim to respond to your request within 2 working days.
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If you need a self certificate for your employer you can download one by clicking here.
To see Chemist opening times over the Easter, May and August Bank Holidays click here.
Please click here for more information on face coverings and exemptions. We are unable to provide letters for patients who wish to be exempt from wearing one.
Access: 1.7.20. We have introduced a new system of access. To drop off your prescription please post in the post box in the entrance. To collect your prescription or for other general enquiries please buzz the buzzer located by the middle door where you will be let in - please then make your way to the hatch directly in front of you. Pre booked appointments only will be allowed into the waiting room. Please be patient and please follow social distancing.
Telephone triage is now in place for all for all enquiries with the doctor. You will not be given an appointment without being triaged first. Please do not queue outside the surgery in the morning. We will not be able to see you. Please ring and make a telephone appointment. The doctor will decide if they need to see you in the surgery.
Booking appointments on line is still suspended for the time being.
You now need to make an appointment for your blood test - we no longer operate our walk in clinic. Please do not attend for a blood test if you have symptoms of coronavirus.
Childhood immunisations/Baby clinic - you now need to make an appointment. We no longer operate our walk in child health clinic.
When attending the surgery please wear a face mask where possible.
If you have symptoms that suggest Coronavirus, or if you have been in contact with someone who has symptoms please follow the advice and stay at home.If your symptoms worsen please use the NHS 111 service or if unable to access ring NHS 111.
ORDERING YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS ON LINE
Please click here to order your prescription on line. This will save you coming to the surgery. Please let us know which chemist you would like to collect it from and we will send your prescription there for you to collect. If you are not signed up to this service please click on the 'Online Services' Tab at the top of this page where you will find the information you need to sign up.
SORE THROAT TEST AND TREAT
Do you have a sore throat that you feel you need to see your doctor about? Asda Pharmacy in Llandudno are now able to carry out a throat swab test which will determine if you need antibiotics. If you do need antibiotics the pharmacist will provide them according to eligibility criteria. This service is available Monday to Friday but please ring the pharmacy in Asda before you visit on 01492 864310. (This service is only available to patients registered in Wales).
The surgery has full wheelchair access both into and around the building; there is a wheelchair for patients to use at the surgery. There is also a toilet specially designed for disabled patients. The staff are always keen to help disabled patients move around the premises and will help whenever it is required; please ask for assistance if required. Guide dogs and service dogs are welcome.
Do you have Sensory Loss? Please click here for more information.
TO VIEW, PRINT OR SAVE A COPY OF OUR PRACTICE BOOKLET IN ENGLISH PLEASE CLICK HERE. CLICIWCH YMA I DDARLLEN YN GYMRAEG.
CHOOSE PHARMACY - DO YOU NEED TO SEE A DOCTOR TODAY? Did you know your pharmacist can now provide free confidential NHS advice and treatment without you having to make an appointment to see your GP. This service can also be used at weekends. If you use this service you will need to let the pharmacist know that you wish to be seen under the 'Common Ailment' scheme. This service is only for patients registered in Wales. Please click here to see what symptoms you can to go and see your pharmacist with.
CHOOSE WELL- Choosing the right NHS Wales service if you become ill or are injured. Choose Well will help you decide if you need medical attention f you get sick. It explains what each NHS service does, and when it should be used. Choosing Well means that you and your family will get the best treatment. It also allows busy NHS services to help the people who need them most. Please click here to be directed to the Choose Well Information page.
Welsh GP Record Update - From the 21st November 2016 a copy of a patient's GP record will be available for: All inpatient hospital clinical teams involved in the direct care of the patient, secondary care pharmacy technicians involved in the direct care of the patient and clinical teams involved in the direct care of the patient in an outpatient setting. To see how your information is shared for your care please click here for the information in English or here for the information in Welsh.
If you cannot make your appointment, please ring and cancel it so that we can offer it to a patient that needs to be seen. You can now leave a message to cancel your appointment by choosing option 1 when you ring the surgery or if we have your up to date mobile number you can text a response to your appointment reminder.
Do you have Arthritis and / or a Musculoskeletal Disorder? To find out what support, help and advice is available in North Wales in English click here and to see this information in Welsh click here.
Updated Carers Information can be found by clicking on the link on the right hand side (Mostyn House Carers Information).
Veterans - please let your healthcare professional know if you are a UK Armed Forces Veteran. For information on the NHS Service or if you would like to know how to self refer to Veterans Wales click here.
Measles: How To Stay Safe - for information click here.
Vaccines and Young People: Click here for more information.
COMMUNITY PHARMACY PATIENT SHARPS BOX EXCHANGE INFORMATION: Please click here to read about the community pharmacy patient sharps box exchange that is in place. A list of pharmacies providing this service can be found by clicking here.
(Site updated 06/04/2021)