From 6pm tonight the Vale of Glamorgan will go into a local lockdown. Advice from the Welsh Government on what you can and cannot do.
CAV 24/7 is a new and innovative approach to how patients access urgent care, the main message being: phone first for urgent and out of hours care.
All optometry services in the region are resuming practice in the coming days. More details can be found at Wales Eye Care Services including where to find services in your area.
Unfortunately, the family, friends and children of patients with suspected or confirmed symptoms of Covid-19 will not be allowed to visit at this time.
In response to Covid-19 we have made the difficult decision to temporarily stop the Minor Injuries Service at Barry Hospital from Monday 23 March
We are aware of social media posts suggesting patients with pre-existing respiratory conditions (eg. COPD and asthma) should contact their GP for a ‘rescue pack’ medication
Our top priority is to provide essential primary care services in these extra-ordinary times. You will likely have noticed your surgery has moved to a...
In Central Vale we are running a hot centre in Porthceri Surgery, where a clinician will assess you if are significantly unwell, and Covid-19 may be the cause.
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