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New Patient Registration - NEW STUDENT IN CARDIFF?

We're welcoming new students to Cardiff this year.

Please click on the links below to submit an online registration to become a patient at our surgery.

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NHS COVID PASS - Update: 01/10/2021

Visit the Welsh Gov website to find information about the NHS Covid pass (Click here). Please do not contact the surgery with regards to obtaining an NHS COVID Pass; we are unable to assist you with this.  

University Support Services - Update: 27/09/2021

COVID-19 – CATHAYS SURGERY - Update: 18/3/2020 (Archived)

With effect from today there will be no routine appointments available to book with all clinical staff.checker

If you think that you need to be seen by a medical practitioner or nurse please call the surgery on 029 20353020. You will be placed on a telephone triage list and the clinician will call you back.

Please do not come to the surgery unless you have been triaged and invited to attend.

Repeat prescription requests can now be taken over the telephone, or posted through the STAFF ENTRANCE DOOR of the surgery along with sick notes or any other administrative requests. 

We will send all prescription requests to our local pharmacies Crwys Pharmacy  (Tel No: 02920 373631) and Woodville Pharmacy (Tel No: 02920 227835) so please state which of these pharmacies you would like us to send your prescription to. 

**Please telephone the pharmacy to ensure your prescription is ready before collecting from the pharmacy**

All sick notes and university letters will be posted to your home (Cardiff) address.

All non-urgent appointments are cancelled until further notice.

Thank you

COVID Vaccine - Update: Winter 2020/2021

Cathays Surgery is delighted to support the roll out of the Covid-19 Vaccination Programme providing Oxford/Astra Zeneca vaccines.

Our initial supplies will be very limited and we will contact our most vulnerable patients in line with the priority group guidance issued by the Joint Committee on Vaccinations and Immunisations as soon as we can.

At the moment we politely ask that you do not ring the Surgery to enquire about the vaccination in order to prevent congestion of our phone lines during this challenging time. Please be assured we will be in touch.

In the meantime, please take care and continue to follow the guidelines. Thank you for your cooperation.

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