West Quay Medical CentreTel: 01446 722792
Rhoose Medical CentreTel: 01446 722792
Please note that the surgery will be closed on the following Bank holiday:
* Monday 27th May
MB BCh (1986) Cardiff Medical School
MB BCh Dip Diabetes
He supports Cardiff City Football Club and is a keen golfer.
MB BCh (1977) Welsh National School of Medicine
MRCGP - Member of the Royal College for GPs
Steve has a broad range of medical interests. When time permits, he enjoys sailing, cycling (Cardiff to Tenby cycle ride 2016 and Bilbao to Cherbourg 1000km 2015) and walking, and is the doctor to Barry Dock Lifeboat Station (RNLI). Member of Barry Male Voice Choir
MBBS (1985) University of London
MRCP - Member of Royal College of Physicians
DRCOG - Diploma of Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists
FFPRHC - Faculty Family Planning and Reproductive Healthcare
Sue has a special interest in dermatology and helps treat a wide variety of cosmetic and non-cosmetic skin conditions. Sue spends her spare time horse-riding.
MB BCh (1999) University of Wales
Rhodri has a particular interest in helping treat musculoskeletal problems, sports injuries and also paediatric and palliative care medicine. He is the Practice Lead GP for supporting Ty Hafan Hospice.
His outside interests include being specialist doctor for rugby matches, especially for Ospreys and World Cup events. He has a wide taste in live music.
MBchB (2002) Birmingham
MRCGP - Member of the Royal College of General Practitioners
DRCOG - Diploma from the Royal College of Obstetrics and Gynaecologists
DCH - Diploma in Child Health
MB BCh (2005) University of Wales
Diploma in Geriatric Medicine
James spends his spare time perfecting his cooking skills, practising martial arts and winter sports.
MB BCh (2009) University of Wales
Dr Glenn enjoys running, walking his dog, and is also the team Doctor for Aberavon RFC.
MB BCh (2007) University of Wales
Dr Catherine Wray is a salaried general practitioner, and joined the practice in 2012. When Cat is not working, she enjoys an active lifestyle, and is a keen skier, cyclist, runner and tennis player.
West Quay Medical Centre is proud to be a training Practice for General Practitioners. Every year we train young Doctors who have already been qualified at least four years, they work with us during the final year of their vocational training to become independent GPs.
The following Doctor is currently with us:
Susan is a Registered General Nurse, and has an MSc in Advanced Clinical Practice (2008). She is an Independent Prescriber.
Susan can help you with general illness and referrals. She can diagnose and prescribe appropriate medication for:
Minor Illness - That may develop within 24 - 48 hours
Teenage Health Issues
Lumps, Bumps & Skincare
Acute and Chronic Wound Care/Infections
Telephone Advice on Medication/Immunisation
The nurse can help you with:
Our healthcare assistants can help you with:
Clare is the Practice Manager for West Quay Medical Centre and is responsible for the overall management of the Practice.
Clare has a nursing background and has been working within the NHS since 1989. She started her career as a Nurse and then moved on to Health Management, management within secondary care, primary care and service improvement.
In her spare time Clare enjoys running and winter sports.
Janice is responsible for computer and telephone systems, including the electronic patient record system, appointment booking system, and clinical audit data.
There are three practice administrators who ensure that patient records are properly updated, for example with discharge summaries from hospital, patients joining and leaving the Practice, summarising case notes etc.
West Quay employs 12 receptionists split over its two sites in Barry and Rhoose.
Receptionists provide an important link for patients with the practice and are your initial contact point for general enquiries. They can provide basic information on services and results and direct you to the right person depending on your health issue or query. Receptionists make most of the patient appointments with the GPs and nurses. Please don't therefore be offended if they ask questions about your health condition - they simply want to help you find the most appropriate appointment or give advice they have advised to by the GPs.
They also perform other important tasks such as administering repeat prescriptions and dealing with prescription enquiries, dealing with patient records and carrying out searches and practice audits.
Jo is responsible for ensuring referrals to secondary care are actioned, and helps make sure requests for information (eg copies of patient records) are fulfilled. The secretary also helps make sure the administrative side of the Practice operates smoothly.
An excellent team of nurses who care for the mother during pregnancy and after birth. Antenatal clinics are held at West Quay Medical Centre and our branch surgery at Rhoose.
Our excellent team are attached to the surgery and are based at Broad Street Clinic.
A health visitor is a registered nurse who has received training particularly related to babies, children and pregnant women. Their role is to provide families with children under five years old with support and advice around the general aspects of mental, physical and social wellbeing.
The health visitors are based at the Cadoxton Clinic and can be contacted by telephone on 01446 722628.
We have a practice-based counsellor who offers help to those with bereavement, stress-related and family problems.
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