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Caereinion Medical PracticeLlanfair CaereinionWelshpoolPowys, SY21 0RTTel: 01938 810279
MB BCh (Cardiff 1988), MRCGP, DGM, DRCOG, Dip Palliative Medicine, Dip IMC (RCSEd) I undertook GP training in Llanfair Caereinion in 1991/2 and after four years as a GP Principal in Lincolnshire returned to Llanfair to take over from Dr Elfed Hughes. My main interests include Palliative Medicine and Pre-hospital Emergency Care. I am an active member of BASICS www.basics.org.uk and work closely with Dr Ian Russell from Welshpool practice in the local Montgomeryshire Emergency Doctors scheme http://www.gwertesting.co.uk/meds. I am married with 5 children and live locally.
MBBS 1993, DRCOG 1996, MRCGP 1997
I grew up and went to school on the other side of the Berwyn mountains in Bala. After completing my medical degree at the University of London I trained as a GP in Cardiff. Following a year spent working as a doctor in Australia I joined Caereinion Medical practice as a GP partner in 1999 and have been here since (other than a sabbatical year spent working in Western Australia recently.) I have an interest in diabetes, ultrasound and medical education. Outside work my interests include rugby, mountaineering, travel and building/diy. I am married and have 3 children.
MBChB, MRCGP, DRCOG DFFP
After qualifying from Liverpool University in 1997, Eleri completed post-graduate training in Wrexham and joined Caereinion Medical Practice in 2002.
Interests outside medicine include walking, spinning, watching Dyffryn Banw FC and Moto GP.
MB BCh (Hons), MRCGP
Originally I am from Devon but have been in Wales since 1998. I studied medicine in Cardiff and qualified in 2003. I then worked in Wrexham hospital before starting as a GP registrar in Llanfair surgery in August 2006 where I joined as a GP partner in September 2007.
Advanced Nurse Practitioner - MINOR ILLNESS, Chronic disease (Diab Specialist Nurse), Smears
Minor Illness Nurse - Minor Illness, Chronic disease, Travel Advice, Dressings, Smears, Spirometry, Minor Illness
Practice Nurse - Spriometry, Chronic Disease, Dressings, Ear Syringe, BP & blood tests
Provides cover when needed
Not working at present
Healthcare Assistant - blood tests, BP check including 24 hour BP monitoring, ECGs.
Healthare Assistant - blood tests, BP check including 24 hour BP monitoring, ECGs.
District Nurse Team Leader
District Healthcare Assistant
Dispenser and Prescriptions administrator
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