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Mostyn House Medical PracticeMostyn BroadwayLlandudnoConwy, LL30 1YLTel: 01492 860401
Face masks: Whilst face masks are no longer compulsory in healthcare settings we would be grateful if you could still wear one when attending the surgery in order to protect our more vulnerable patients. Thank you.
MB, BCh, BAO, DCH, D.OBS, MRCGP, DFFP. University College Dublin, 1984. Special Interest in Child Health.
MB, BCh. University of Wales College of Medicine, 1987. Special Interests in Family Planning and Well Woman Clinic.
FRCS, MRCGP. University of Heidelberg, 1989. Special Interest in Sports Medicine.
MB,BCh,MRCGP Trinity College Dublin
Our receptionists, secretaries, & other staff are all happy to deal with all your telephone calls and enquiries. Please don't be afraid to ask for the name of the person to whom you are talking. It often helps if you are going to call back at a later time.
Our community nurses are attached to the Practice and work closely with the doctors, visiting and treating patients in their homes. They can be contacted via reception but please ring before 11.00 for house-call requests.
Mrs Gillian Boothman (Pharmacist)