Information for Patients

Information for patients

This page contains information to support various services provided by the surgery and the surrounding area. 


If you cannot find the information you require here then please call the surgery on 02920764444 were a member of our team will do their best to help. 

Stay Well this Winter - 2021

The Welsh Government (in association with Public Health Wales and Age Cymru) have produced a leaflet with tips and advice on getting out and about this winter. It also contains useful telephone numbers of organisations who can provide help and support.

Below you will find printable leaflets in both English and Welsh.

Alternatively you can visit Age Cymru for more information. 

English Leaflet

Welsh Leaflet


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Would you like to live a more active life?

Would you like to live a more active life?

Moving and being active has so many benefits for our physical and mental wellbeing

You may be wondering what the right level of activity is?

This can vary from person to person but generally something is better than nothing, and consistency is key


Click on the link below for NHS physical activity guidelines, exercise tips and fitness guides:

Remember, you should start any new activity gently and progress it gradually

National Exercise Referral Scheme (NERS)

Are you interested in attending regular subsidised and supported physical activity at your local leisure centre? Self-refer on the link below:

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For information on activities happening in your local area

NHS Links


First Contact Physiotherapist (FCP)

Did you know that your surgery has its own Physiotherapy clinic that you can book directly into by speaking to the reception staff?

If you have a new or longstanding joint or muscle problems and want advice and information on how best to manage your symptoms or if you feel ready to be more active and want to discuss your options book an appointment today.

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Death Certificates - Information for Relatives

Losing a loved one can be a very difficult time. We aim to support you through this process as much as we can here at North Cardiff Medical Centre. 

It can take some time to process and complete a death certificate following a death. A death certificate is a legal document and can only be completed by a doctor who has met the deceased or in discussion with a coroner. Not all doctors work full-time and sometimes the necessary doctor is not immediately available. If the certificate needs to be discussed with the coroner this process can sometimes take a few days. The surgery will ensure your death certificate is available as soon as possible but it is important that you are aware that is may take up to 5 working days. We will inform you when the certificate has been completed and emailed direct to the registrar.