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Caia Park SurgeryCaia Park Health CentrePrince Charles RoadWrexham, LL13 8THTel: 01978 291129
Telephone on the day if you want to be seen by a Dr. In exceptional circumstances pre-booked appointments can be made. Please make sure you attend your appointments promptly and contact us if you are unable to attend so the appointment can be allocated to another patient.
Practice Nurse appointments that can be pre-booked include Diabetes, Asthma, Chronic Heart Disease, General Health Checks, Cervical Smears, Ear Syringing, Travel Vaccination, Blood Tests, Blood Pressure, Contraceptive Pill Checks, Smoking Cessation and general nursing.
Registered patients aged 16 - 74 who have not been seen for three years may request and receive a three year review. Patients 75 and over
Registered patients aged 75 years and over who have not been seen in the last twelve months may request and receive an annual review.
Or why not try using our new online service below the quick and easy service
If you are temporarily or permanently housebound and genuinely unable to visit the surgery, please telephone before 10.30am. Visits will usually be done approximately between 12.00 and 4.00pm.
Try to give the receptionist some idea of the problem, the doctor needs this information to plan his or her rounds and attend to the most urgent calls first and may ring back to clarify the request.
Please do not request an immediate visit unless you feel there is a real emergency because of the disruption this causes to surgeries. Remember that in the time it takes to visit you at home the doctor can see several patients in surgery.
In a dire emergency, DO NOT DELAY call the ambulance on 999 IMMEDIATELY Please note that this service is for patients who are too ill or infirm to attend the surgery and not for patients who have no transport.
The vast majority of sick children can be safely seen in the surgery. A home visit is not usually necessary. It is often quicker for the child to be seen in the surgery, and Doctor will see the sick child as soon as he is free, with a minimum of waiting. If you are unsure if your child is fit to travel please telephone the surgery for advice.
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