Argyle Medical GroupArgyle StreetPembroke DockPembrokeshire, SA72 6HLTel: 01646 624198
Argyle Street Surgery, Argyle Street, Pembroke Dock
Mon to Friday 8am to 6.30pm
St Oswalds Surgery, The Parade, Pembroke
Mon to Friday 8am to 1pm
Medical Emergencies such as severe chest pain, fitting, collapse, unconsciousness, heavy bleeding etc should be directed immediately to the 999 Ambulance Service.
Follow-up Appointments can be arranged for you by a GP or NP during your consultation if they wish to monitor you for a long term problem, review your medication etc. The GP or NP will discuss with you the date and time of your follow-up and why they want to see you again. Sometimes you may receive a phone call or letter inviting you for a follow-up to review a result or letter from the hospital.
Making An Appointment To See A Nurse Routine appointments are usually available with a nurse or Healthcare Assistant within 2 weeks and sometimes sooner. Phlebotomy (blood) appointments are offered only before 11am to meet the delivery service to the hospital laboratory. You can arrange a routine nurse appointment at any reception desk or by phone after 10.30am each weekday. Please be ready to tell us exactly why you need the appointment so that we can make sure the nurse has sufficient time to see you.
You may receive a letter asking you to attend a specialist clinic (Diabetes, Heart Health etc). If you cannot keep the appointment please telephone the number given in the letter and make arrangements for another day.
How to cancel a Doctor or Nurse Appointment
Did you know that you can cancel an appointment with us 24 hours a day?
Just telephone 01646 401960 and let us know which appointment you cannot make.
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If you 'do no attend' for a booked appointment you are stopping another patient from seeing a doctor; a patient repeatedly missing their appointments may be removed from the practice list.
Home visit requests should be made before 12 noon and are for those patients who are housebound or who are genuinely too ill to attend the surgery. The receptionist will ask you for a reason for the visit; this is to help the doctor assess the urgency. You may be asked to attend surgery if you are able. Lack of transport is not a reason to request a home visit . If you request a non-urgent visit after 12noon you may be asked to contact us the following working day.Bear in mind that in the time it takes a doctor to visit a patient at home, four patients could have been seen at the Practice. Please telephone the surgery between 8am and 12noon with your request for a visit.
Serious Medical Emergencies such as severe chest pain, fitting, collapse, unconciousness, heavy bleeding etc should be directed immediately to the 999 Ambulance Service
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