Welcome to Pen-Y-Cae Surgery


Since March 1978 General Medical Services have been provided at the Health Centre in Ebbw Vale.  Dr Simon Donovan took over in April 2005 and the newly established practice was re-named “Pen-y-Cae Surgery”.

The practice has grown and now has 5 practice partners - Dr Simon Donovan, Dr Della Williams, Dr Sara Evans, Dr Sian Davies & Dr Sioned Davies.

Our aims are to provide you with the best possible comprehensive medical service.  All members of the practice team work closely together and are committed to continuity of care for the whole family.

Our website has been designed to offer you as much information about the practice and the services we can offer you, as well as services in the area that may also be of help to you.

Latest News & Updates

Nasal Flu vaccines for children aged 2-3

If your child is aged 2 or 3 on the 31st August 21, they will be eligable for a free nasal flu vaccination at the Surgery. 

For children that are older than 3, they will receive their nasal flu vaccine as part of the school programme.

Flu can be very serious for children and this vaccine is important to protect your child from catching flu, it is important we vaccinate as many children is this age group as we can.

To book an appointment please contact the surgery on 01495 304076, we have clinics running from 13th September 21

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Weekend emergency advice

For Saturday mornings only 8-12 throughout January we will open only for emergency advice / consultations to support the out of hours service and relieve pressure on the NHS during this exceptionally busy time.  

For anything routine please contact the surgery Mon-Fri between the hours of 8-6:30.

Once agan, this is only for emergency advice/consultations to support the hour of hours service for Saturday mornings throughout January.

Aneurin Bevan Health Board Update

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Think 111 First

The Health Board has launched a new campaign to encourage people to ‘Think 111 First’ if you have an urgent healthcare issue and are unsure what to do.

When people call 111 for free help and advice, their symptoms will be assessed and they will be signposted to the right place for their care. The 111 online symptom checker - https://111.wales.nhs.uk/selfassessments/ - is also available to help guide you to the right service.

Please remember that local GP Practices across the Health Board area are open. For any medical concerns, please don’t leave it until you need more urgent or emergency care - contact your GP by telephone or e-consult (via your GP’s website) or visit your local pharmacy for advice.

If you have an injury that is urgent but non-life-threatening, go to your nearest Minor Injury Unit: https://abuhb.nhs.wales/healthcare-services/enhanced-local-general-hospitals/minor-injury-units/

In a life-threatening emergency, always call 999 or go straight to The Grange University Hospital.

If you are unsure whether you require urgent or emergency help, please contact 111 before attending any of our hospitals.

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