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Local Pharmacies and Minor Ailments

Caerau Pharmacy now has an Independent Prescribing Pharmacist who is able to help with many minor infections/ailments.  They also offer free NHS prescribing services for conditions such as UTI's, Sore Throats and Tonsillitis, Scabies and Backache.


We are currently operating a telephone first model of contact. This means when you contact the practice for an appointment you will be phoned back by a health professional. If you need a face to face appointment we will then arrange a suitable time for this to occur.

You can contact us via the Econsult link above and complete a questionnaire for any admin or medical queries or problems you have. 

For routine telephone appointments, please ring between 8.30 and 11am.

For urgent appointments please ring between 8 am and 6.30 pm.

For up to date Covid 19 guidance please visit


Repeat prescriptions

Llynfi Surgery Patients can order prescriptions via the REPEAT PRESCRIPTION ORDERING HUB SERVICE which is now available 7 am to 5 am Monday to Friday. Please contact 01656 311010.

Also via My health online if you wish to sign up please email or complete the form in the online services part of the website

Alternatives to my MY health online are:

Put your prescription through the letter box if you are going to the shops for essential items.  

Routine medication reviews are currently suspended but WE WILL CONTINUE TO ISSUE YOUR PRESCRIPTION until such time as the situation becomes clearer.  You will not need to attend the surgery for routine face to face review or annual screening tests during this suspension.


You will no longer be able to collect your repeat prescription from the surgery. 

Repeat prescriptions will be sent to your usual nominated pharmacy in the normal way.

Please nominate a chemist at the time of requesting your repeat prescription if you haven't already done so.

Repeat prescription requests made without a nominated pharmacy will be sent to Well Pharmacy which is next door to Iceland.

Urgent Prescriptions

In view of the current Coronavirus pandemic we are changing our acute/emergency prescribing arrangements in line with other local Practices.  This is for your own safety, the safety of other patients who may still need to attend and for the staff.


emergency and urgent (same day) prescriptions issued between 8am and 12 midday will be collected and taken by a member of the surgery to WELL Pharmacy next door at 12 o'clock.

The pharmacy will endeavour to have these ready for collection within a few hours.

Emergency and urgent prescriptions issued between 12 midday and 5.00pm will again be collected together and taken by a member of the surgery staff to WELL Pharmacy next door.

The pharmacy will endeavour to have these ready for collection before closing at 6.00pm.

I need an isolation Note for WORK how to I get it?

please follow this link:

Health Visiting Service

In line with the Welsh Government requirement regarding COVID-19, the way the Health Visiting Service is being operated has changed. The service is still continuing but restrictions have been put in place.  Home visits will still be carried out for identified safeguarding families but all other contact is via telephone consultation.

If you need support please ring the following numbers:

01656 753734/753735 or 07875540860

Aged 50-64?
Why you should have a flu vaccine this year. From 1st December 2020, everyone aged 50 to 64 in Wales is eligible for a free NHS flu vaccine at their GP surgery or community pharmacy. This includes those who will reach the age of 50 before 31st March 2021.
Flu can be serious for some people, and as we get older our risks of complications if we catch flu increase. This winter, flu and COVID-19 (coronavirus) are likely to both be in circulation, so it is especially important that as many people as possible have a flu vaccine to protect themselves.
Annual flu vaccination is one of the best ways to protect against catching or spreading flu. To help protect more people from flu this year, additional groups are now eligible for a free NHS flu vaccine -this includes everyone aged 50-64. Demand for flu vaccination has been high this year, but additional flu vaccines were ordered for Wales and these extra flu vaccines are now available. This means that people in this age group can now have a free NHS flu vaccine at their GP surgery or community pharmacy. Additional infection prevention and control measures are taking place in GP surgeries and community pharmacies to help keep people safe, and this may mean appointments take slightly longer than usual. GP surgeries and community pharmacies everywhere are experiencing lots of enquiries, and some people are being asked to wait longer than usual for an appointment. GP surgeries and community pharmacies are working hard to offer vaccinations as soon as they are able. Please be patient if you are asked to wait.
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Welcome to Llynfi Surgery

With patients' needs at the heart of everything we do, our website has been designed to make it easy for you to gain instant access to the information you need. As well as specific practice details such as opening hours and how to register, you’ll find a wealth of useful pages covering a wide range of health issues along with links to other relevant medical organisations.

Get Well, Keep Well

Of course we’re not just here for when you are unwell. Our team of healthcare professionals and back-up staff offer a number of clinics and services to promote good health and wellbeing whatever your medical condition.

Join In

We hope you enjoy having a look around the site and familiarising yourself with some of the online features such as ordering a repeat prescription. Whatever your thoughts, be sure to let us know via our feedback function. Comments and suggestions are always a great way of helping us continue to enhance the way we look after you.

Access and Location

Within the building, steps have been avoided to allow the free use of wheelchairs.  The surgery is situated near the bus station and there is a free car park nearby.  Most of the area is on flat ground apart from the road to Maesteg Hospital, which is along a bus route.  There is also a bus route to Princess of Wales Hospital in Bridgend. 

In the Interest of Hygiene

Patients are respectfully requested not to consume food in the surgery.  Smoking is strictly not allowed.  Dogs are not allowed on the premises other than guide dogs.  We do not allow the use of mobile phones on the premises as this can interfere with the electronic equipment.

(Site updated 12/08/2022)
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