Flu Clinic on Wednesday 16th November

We have a walk in clinic for flu vaccinations in Monk Street Surgery on Wednesday 16th November 2022, from 3-6:15pm. This is for any patient aged 50 or over, or those aged 17 to 49 who are eligible.

No appointment necessary. Please note that this may be our last flu clinic.

Flu Clinic

We have a walk in clinic for flu vaccinations in Monk Street Surgery tomorrow, Thursday 10th November 2022, from 3-6pm. This is for any patient aged 50 or over, or those aged 17 to 49 who are eligible.

No appointment necessary.

Flu Vaccinations 2022

Flu clinics are starting on Friday 23rd September 2022 and will be held every Wednesday afternoon in Monk Street and Friday morning in Aberaman.

The clinics are by appointment only. Please ring the Surgery to make an appointment if you are eligible.

If you do have an appointment with a GP or Practice Nurse, for whatever reason, after the 23rd September you can request your flu vaccination during your appointment.

Bank Holiday Closure

The Surgery will be closed on Bank Holiday Monday 19th September 2022.

We are aware that a number of patients did have appointments booked for that date. We have been trying to contact all patients to reschedule these appointments. If you have not been contacted please get in touch with the Surgery to rearrange.

Up to date details of all Cwm Taf Morgannwg UHB Bank Holiday services, including out of hours and pharmacy services can be found at https://ctmuhb.nhs.wales/news/latest-news/update-on-services-at-cwm-taf-morgannwg-uhb-for-bank-holiday-september-19-2022/


Please be aware that although it is no longer a legal requirement to wear a facemask in health settings our doctors and staff have continued to wear them in clinical areas.

We have been encouraging all patients to wear facemasks but have noticed recently that increasing numbers are not. COVID numbers are increasing at the moment so we strongly request that anyone attending the Surgery wears a mask.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Jubilee Bank Holidays

The Surgery will be closing at 6:30pm on Wednesday 1st June 2022 and will be closed on the Jubilee bank holidays (Thursday 2nd and Friday 3rd June).

The Surgery will reopen as normal on Monday 6th June.

First Contact Physiotherapy

Bone, joint or muscle pain?

See a physiotherapist at the Surgery – just give reception a ring to book an appointment.

The physio will:

  • Assess you and diagnose what’s happening
  • Give expert advice on how best to manage your condition
  • Refer you on to specialist services if necessary
FCP – First Contact Physiotherapist

Spring COVID-19 Vaccine Booster

Cwm Taf Morgannwg University Health Board has started the Spring COVID-19 booster programme this month. Please be aware the Surgery is not involved in this at all. The Health Board will mainly be contacting patients by post in April and May.

More information can be found on the Health Board website at:


Please note that this page also gives you the opportunity to let them know if have any outstanding COVID vaccinations due.

Mask wearing

It is still compulsory under current Welsh Government guidance to wear a mask on GP Surgery premises (unless exempt). Please ask at Reception for a mask if you do not have one.

Although self-isolation rules with COVID have been relaxed it is still not acceptable to enter the Surgery with COVID unless it has been specifically pre-arranged with a doctor on the phone.

Maternity cover for Dr A. Jones

We are pleased to announce that Dr A. Jones has had her baby this month. She is now on maternity leave until late autumn.

Two male locum doctors, Dr Gavin Rees and Dr Alex Aubrey, are now covering many of her surgeries. Dr Steve Chapman is also returning in mid-April.

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