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Meddygfa Lansdowne Surgery, Sanatorium Road, Canton, Cardiff, CF11 8DGTel: 029 20395115
Qualified 1991 MB BCh (Wales) MRCGP
Qualified 1997 MB BCh (Wales) MRCGP
Qualified 2009 MB BCh (Peninsula) MRCGP
Qualified 2010 MB BCh (Wales) MRCGP
Qualified 2009 MB BCh (Bristol) MRCGP
Dr H Westlake, Dr K Pardy and Dr C Bryant are partners within the practice. Dr L Downing and Dr J Bryant are GP retainers, and Dr J Crole and Dr T Rogers are salaried GPs.
We are a training practice, which means we have fully qualified doctors attached to the surgery for further training in General Practice.
The Practice also teaches undergraduate medical students. Patients are informed if a medical student will be present during a consultation and have a right to decline to see students.
The nurses are available Monday to Friday. They carry out special nursing duties during our clinics and also perform cervical cytology tests.
Practice nurse services are by appointment only.
Our Assistant Practitioner is able to carry out basic nursing duties such as:
Our practice is run by a management team, including Amanda Berry (Assistant Practice Manager), Robie Parton (Health & Safety Officer) and Mark Richards (Finance & Facilities Manager).
Our receptionists are there to help you. They may need to ask your medical details in order to do so, but all information given to them is treated in confidence. If you have a problem with the service, please speak to our practice manager, or one of the doctors.
The doctors' secretaries are available to speak to regarding test results Monday- Friday between 11.00am - 1.00pm and regarding hospital referrals Monday - Friday 10.00am - 4.00pm.
Community nurses will provide nursing assistance for those confined to their homes. Their duties include dressings, injections, ear syringing, blood samples and general nursing duties.
They can be contacted on 029 202444501.
The Health Visitors are attached to the practice and deal with children under five years old. They will visit parents in their own homes, give advice about the care of young children and talk to expectant or nursing mothers.
The health visitors also hold antenatal groups and child health clinics, where they will give up-to-date information about immunisations and health advice.
Catherine and Sadia provide counselling services to our patients. Please make an appointment with the doctor for a referral.
Sadia is based at our Surgery on Tuesdays between 9am and 3pm.
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