The following are employed by the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board but work from the practice.
These offer nursing care in the community. They are available to visit you at home if appropriate and can be contacted either through the practice or at their Eirias Park office on 03000 850031.
Single Point of Access (SPoA)
Based at Parc Eirias, this is the single point of contact 0300 4561111 for new social referrals.
These are nurses/midwives who have had further training in family health care and education. They are particularly concerned with children’s health. Contact the practice or Colwyn Bay Hospital (01492 515218).
The midwives run an antenatal clinic each Monday and Tuesday afternoon at the practice. They are your link with the hospital maternity services and may be involved with delivering your baby. They visit you at home after the birth. They can be contacted at Colwyn Bay Community Hospital (01492 515218).
Community Psychiatric Nurses
We have the services of a team of community psychiatric nurses who are based in the Psychiatric Resource Centre on Nant-y-Glyn Road, Colwyn Bay, where they hold clinics and day care sessions. They work in the community providing assessment, counselling and treatment for nervous disorders. Contact Nant-Y-Glyn Resource Centre, Colwyn Bay (01492 532164). Please note that if you have mild to moderate mental health needs, you can also self-refer to the Parabl Talking Therapies partnership - please click here to find out how you do this.
She is a nurse/counsellor who supports patients and their families who are coping with cancer terminal illnesses. She may be contacted via the practice or at Glan Clwyd Hospital (01745 445169).
We have the services of a dietician employed by the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board practice fortnightly on Thursday mornings. She advises on all aspects of diet, from weight problems to diets for particular diseases. Appointments can be made following consultation with the doctor or practice nurse.