Butetown Medical Practice has a team of highly trained doctors, paramedics and practice nurses provide a wide range of services and working together in surgery for urgent and routine care, both planned and unscheduled. Practice nurses have a wide range of expertise and conduct various clinics including Asthma and Diabetes.
Many patients have complex needs and we do our best to keep to scheduled appointment times, but this is not always possible. We hope patients understand that if they need time, we try to give it. Bookings can be made via My Health Online, telephone or in person. (Appointments for the Antenatal Clinic can only be made by telephone or in person.)
Please request any house-calls before 11am, you will receive a call from a doctor to assess your requirements. House-calls are reserved for patients who are genuinely housebound.
|If you cannot keep an appointment please inform us as soon as possible on 02920 483 126 (if you do not have My Health Online access) so that the appointment may be offered to another patient and hence make it easier to get appointments when you ring in.|
Reception opening times
|Wednesday||8:30am||6.30pm|| We are closed once a month from 1pm for |
Out of hours
When reception is closed, the telephone is diverted to a medical answering service or the out of hours service. The Local Health Board Out of Hours Service for urgent and emergency matters operates from 6.30pm to 8am weekdays, all weekends and bank holidays. (and on staff training afternoons).
In order to register at Butetown Medical Practice you will need complete a patient registration form which you can download below or collect from the surgery. You will need to know your previous address and your NHS number (you can get this from your previous GP). If it is your first time registering with a GP in the UK you will require to bring your passport or Visa as proof of identification. Once this form is complete return it to the reception staff. The registration process then starts and we will be able to obtain your medical records from your previous GP. Click here to read about how to register for My Health Online
New patients are asked to see one of our practice nurses or HCA for a health check and review.
The nurses/HCA, Bridget Hennessy, Nicola Wallis & Latoya Cameron, operate by appointment only. Please indicate to the staff what your needs from the nurses are so that they can make an appointment for the correct length of time.
Patients needing repeat prescriptions will have a tear off order slip. Please submit this to reception, indicating which items are needed. Please allow 2 days (48 hours) before collection. Please take note of messages and review reminders on the repeat order slip as medication marked out of issue may take considerably longer to reauthorise. Please note we DO NOT take repeat requests over the telephone.
We have Flying Start and generic health visitors attached to the practice. The health visitor is present from 11.30-13.30 on Tuesday for weighing babies and advice. They provide support to parents and also monitor the growth, wellbeing and development of children.
Midwifes are attached to the practice, Fiona Gillespie and team run an antenatal clinic every Tuesday morning from 9am-11am.
Our counsellors Leanne Macclesworth and Dr Nina Humphreys are attached to the practice and run clinics on Tuesday and Thursday.
A team of district nurses provide nursing support to patients at home.
Please telephone for results after 2pm for results Monday to Friday.
In addition to normal surgery there are specialised services held at Butetown Medical Practice
|Sexual health/family planning||Monday 1.30-3pm|
|Child Health (baby clinic)||Tuesday 11am-1.30pm|
|Wound clinic||Wednesday 8.30-1pm (Community Led)|
|Community Addiction Unit||Tuesday and Wednesday|
|Midwife||Tuesday and Wednesday (Wed appointments made by midwife)|
|Counsellor||Tuesday and Thursday|
|BBV nurse||Alternate Wednesday|