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Attached Services

The practice is home to the Pembrokeshire Primary Care Counselling Network which works with the First Access Team to offer counselling support to the patient group.  PCCN can be accessed throught a GP referral or on a private basis.

A Physiotherapist and Chiropodist offer private sessions at St Oswalds Surgery and Argyle Street Surgery.  Details of these services can be obtained from reception desks at any of our three sites.

The local NHS Trust - Hywel Dda - have District Nurses, Health Visitors and Midwives attached to Argyle Medical Group. These staff are employed by the hospital but are based at the surgery to help closer working with the GPs and to strengthen community health services.  


District Nurses

The District Nursing team offer skilled nursing to housebound patients ONLY, and nursing/residential homes which includes care and assessment of wounds, management of acute and chronic diseases, continence assessment/management and palliative care.

 Sharon Lee  Team Leader, Tel: 01646 684985 or 687072
Areas covered:Pembroke Dock, Cosheston, Lamphey, Milton, Carew,
Sageston, West Williamston, Nash, East Trewent,
Hodgeston, Jameston, Freshwater East, Upper Lamphey Road Pembroke, Castlemartin,
Monkton, Angle, St Twynells, Maidenwells, Stackpole,
Bosherston, Pembroke, Hundleton
 
 
 
  

pregnant12Midwives:

Community Midwives are responsible for ante-natal and post natal care, parent-craft, home visits and home births.

They offer support and care throughout pregnancy and the immediate post-natal period.

Weekly ante-natal clinics, for which you will need an appointment, are held as follows:

Argyle StreetTuesday  9am - 12noon
Argyle Street Thursday 1.30pm - 4.30pm
 
  
 
 
Midwife Team:

Lee John

Contact Number:01646 683629 
(Answer-phone messages picked up regularly)

Health Visitors

Health Visitors are qualified nurses with special training and experience in child health and education.  Health Visitors not only visit families with babies and young children but aim to promote the health of the whole community.

From January 2013, due to the Welsh Government funded Flying Start Project, some of the Health Visiting Team have moved to Pennar Flying Start Centre, Cross Park, Pennar. 

Well baby clinic - no appointment needed
Argyle St  Wednesday 9.15am - 12noon  
St OswaldsTuesday      9.15am - 12noon
 

Baby Development Clinic (by appointment ONLY)

you will be sent an appointment by our clerical support to attend one of the

following days.

Argyle St  Wednesday AM 
St Oswalds                                            Tuesday AM
Immunisations - given by the practice nurse during Well Baby Clinic

 
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