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Flu Vaccination

This vaccine protects against influenza. As protection from the vaccine gradually decreases and flu strains change over time a new vaccine is made each year and people at risk of flu are encouraged to be vaccinated every year. Vaccination sessions usually start from the end of September.

Who needs it:

  • all people aged 65 years and over

  • all pregnant women

  • those with a long-term health condition (over 6 months of age);

    • Chronic chest conditions, including COPD and moderate to severe asthma

    • Chronic heart disease

    • Chronic kidney disease from stage 3  

    • Chronic liver disease

    • Chronic neurological disorder, including stroke

    • Diabetes

    • Suppressed immune system

  • Frontline health and social care workers and members of recognised voluntary organisations who provide planned emergency first aid at organised public events

  • People living in long stay care homes or care facilities

  • Carers

In Wales from 1 September 2013 the first phase of a childhood flu vaccination programme for all children aged 2 - 16 years was commenced with the second phase starting in 2014.

The flu vaccine offered to most children in programme is a nasal spray flu vaccine which is given as a quick painless mist up each nostril.

For the 2016-17 flu season, the nasal spray flu vaccine will be offered to:

  • all children aged 2 and 3 and 4 years old on 31 August 2016 through GPs

  • all children in reception class, and school years 1 and 2 through school health services.

Gradual implementation of the programme to include all children aged 2-16 years is expected to follow over subsequent years.

Flu vaccination clinics are now open for winter 2016.

If you are eligible, please contact reception to book an appointment.


MenACWY 

If you are under 25 and starting university for the first time,

you need to get the free MenACWY vaccine

from your GP as soon as possible.

It protects you and helps stop the spread to others.

Ideally first year students should arrange to get MenACWY from their GP at least 2 weeks before they go away to study. Any first year students not immunised before they start should get the vaccine by registering with their university health centre or other GP practice. 

Free shot


North Cardiff Medical Centre fundraising 

in aid of the Anthony Nolan Trust and

the Haematology Dept, UHW

On Friday 4th December 2015, North Cardiff Medical Centre held a fundraising day to raise money for the Anthony Nolan Trust and the Haematology Dept, UHW.

The Haematology Dept has cared for Mark, our Pharmacist, before and after his bone marrow transplant facilitated by the Anthony Nolan Trust.

 

Mark is in our thoughts constantly so to help show our appreciation for the excellent care he has received, we held a fundraising event on December 4th to raise money for the Anthony Nolan Trust and the Haematology Unit at the University Hospital of Wales. The day was a huge success and we raised over £1,000.

Team Mark


 

Acute Illness Clinic

We are pleased to be offering a new nursing service to North Cardiff Medical Centre.  The Acute Illness appointments are offered daily for patients over 12months of age, both morning and afternoon and will give patients the opportunity to be seen regarding a single acute onset problem. 

These include:

  • Hayfever
  • Rashes and skin problems
  • Coughs, colds, ‘flu and chest infections
  • Earache
  • Sore throats
  • Nose bleeds
  • Minor injuries
  • Eye symptoms
  • Urinary tract infections and cystitis
  • Emergency contraception
  • Diarrhoea, vomiting and constipation
  • Period problems

 

The nurses are trained to examine, make a diagnosis and have access to the on-call doctor should a prescription be required. We hope that you will find these appointments a helpful addition to the provision of services at North Cardiff Medical Centre

 


 

Change of Details

It is important that we hold the correct information for all of our patients so if you have moved house, changed your telephone number or your smoking status has changed, please update us using the link below.

Update contact details 


Yellow Fever Centre

We are a Yellow Fever centre for the immunisation of patients and non-patients who will be travelling to countries where Yellow Fever is a high risk.

Find out more

 


 

My Health Online

My Health On Line is a new online service brought to you from NHS Wales and offers patients the convenience to book appointments and order repeat prescriptions online.
 
If you wish to register to use the My Health On Line Prescription Service please click the link below or call to the Surgery to request a My Health Online Account Form.  Please bring proof of identity documents with you. 
 
Proof of Identity is necessary to protect patient confidentiality.  Identification documents should confirm your full name, residential address and date of birth.  Ideally this will include photo ID such as a passport or new style driving licence and an appropriate household bill.
 
Download our My Health Online registration form here 

For further information go to the Patient Information section on this website or visit the MHOL website at http://www.myhealthonline-inps.wales.nhs.uk/ (English) or http://www.fyiechydarlein-inps.cymru.nhs.uk/ (Welsh)


North Cardiff Medical Centre

The doctors and staff at North Cardiff Medical Centre are proud to offer the highest standard of patient-centred healthcare.  We are a progressive primary care organisation focused on providing high-quality services and care for our patients.

The practice is a general partnership comprising of five GP partners. We work from two sites: Excalibur Drive and 67 Thornhill Road and are recognised as a leading Undergraduate 'Training practice' affiliated to the Wales College of Medicine Cardiff to provide undergraduate education.

We run many clinics for the management of chronic diseases such as asthma and diabetes and offer a wide variety of other medical services including antenatal and postnatal care, minor surgery, childhood vaccinations and well-person check-ups.


Do You Wear A Hearing Aid?

If the answer is YES, we have an induction loop system at our Excalibur Drive site and a portable system at Thornhill Road.  If you wish to utilise the portable facility, please advise when you telephone or attend reception.


 

Car Parking at Sainsbury's

We have an agreement with Sainsbury's that entitles our patients to park in the car park for the duration of their business with the practice.  Should you have any difficulty, please inform reception in the first instance. 

(Site updated 12/09/2016)
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