In a life threatening emergency such as sudden severe chest pain, severe breathlessness, loss of power in a limb, loss of consciousness, severe bleeding, slurred speech or one sided weakness, dial 999 immediately.
For any injury that might need stitching or glue or involves a broken bone, you should attend:
Morriston Hospital Accident and Emergency (A&E) Deptartment , telephone: 01792 702 222.
Singleton Hospital Accident and Emergency (A&E) Department, telephone: 01792 205 666.
In the event of poisoning or a suspected overdose, do not contact the surgery. Take the patient immediately to the nearest A&E department.
We run a telephone triage system, and an online AskMyGP service.
If you or a member of your family feel they need to see a member of the Primary Care Team or need some Medical advice, please call us on 01639 701 660 in the morning or log a request via our AskMyGP service. After Midday we only deal with urgent problems so call us for help.
It is important you describe your problem as fully as possible. This will assist us in helping you see the appropriate member of the clinical team quickly.
The Swansea Bay University Health Board is responsible for providing out of hours medical cover, from 6.30pm to 8am, every evening and throughout the weekend and on Bank Holidays.
The out of Hours telephone number is 111. You can also contact NHS 111 Wales online.
The Duty Health Practitioner will either offer advice or if necessary inform you of a place and time for a consultation.
For minor ailments, your local pharmacy can also provide free consultations for a wide variety of problems.