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Xmas Opening times

 

Wednesday

24 December 2014

Killay Surgery closed from 1:00 pm

Sketty Surgery open – Urgent cases only pm.

Thursday

25 December 2014

Closed

Friday

26 December 2014

Closed

Saturday

27 December 2014

Closed

Sunday

28 December 2014

Closed

Monday

29 December 2014

Normal working day

Tuesday

30 December 2014

Normal working day

Wednesday

31 December 2014

Normal working day

Thursday

1 January 2015

Closed

Friday

2 January 2015

Normal working day

 

 

 

Seasons Greetings

EBOLA notice

If you are unwell and have travelled to Africa in the Last 3 weeks. Please do not come to the surgery. Telephone us on 206862 or 201181 for advice.

On the 19th and 20th January 2015 - we are having a new computer system and as a result we will only be able to see patients on an Urgent only basis.

Please listen to our telephone message for details of the Out of Hours service. 

For urgent medical attention after 6pm call Tel 0330 123 9180

 

 

Welcome to Sketty and Killay Medical Centres

This long-established practice covers a wide area and is one of the largest in Wales. The Partnership consists of six full-time and five part-time GPs. They share their time between the two purpose-built premises in Sketty and Killay.

Both centres have suitable access for all disabled patients and there is a lift to the first floor Treatment Centre at the Killay Medical Centre. We are a training practice and undertake the teaching and training of healthcare professionals and those intending to become healthcare professionals. We also conduct clinical research to evaluate health risks and to test new ways to treat and prevent specific diseases and disorders.

Security

The surgery grounds and premises are continually monitored and recorded by CCTV.

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