Clinics We Offer

Asthma & Spirometry Clinic

Our nurses are trained in chronic illnesses such as Asthma & COPD and provide annual reviews for our patients. This is also a service provided by our nurse practitioners who are able to prescribe necessary medication for your chronic illness.

This service is also referred by our GP's for our patients with suspected Asthma/COPD. Appointments can also be booked with our nurse practitioners

Diabetic Clinic

We also provide a service for our diabetic patients, annual reviews are also offered with our nurse practitioners and you will be recalled for regular monitoring of your diabetic bloods (Hba1c blood test) so we can provide patients consistent monitoring and care.

if you or your child is suffering from symptoms of Diabetes please book in with one of our nurse practitioners who will be able to assess your symptoms and also request blood tests to confirm a diagnosis. 

We also have a diabetic specialist nurse Carolyn who has a clinic every Thursday morning for our more complex diabetic patients to help with diabetic control and management, these patients are referred to Carolyn by our nurse practitioner Joanne.

Cervical Screening

At present, all women aged between 25 and 64 are invited for screening every three years. Women aged 50 or over, will in the future, be invited every five years.

Cervical cancer often has no symptoms in the early stages and so it is important to attend screening appointments on time. The most common symptom of cervical cancer is unexplained bleeding from the vagina, and women who experience this should see their GP immediately even if they have received a normal smear test result in the last three years.

Please phone our reception team on 01745 342225 to book an appointment with one of our nurses.

Family Planning/Contraception

A doctor's appointment is not necessary to discuss your family planning requirements - We recommend booking in with one of our nurses.

Our nurses are able to see you for your family planning/contraception requirements, we recommend patients book an appointment a week in advance to there contraception medication running out. Also the implant can be discussed firstly with one of our nurses who can later make a minor surgery appointment with one of our GP's if necessary.

Please note that emergency contraception i.e. 'morning after pill' is a service provided by your local chemist free of charge.

If you are unable to attend surgery times for specific dates for whatever reason please be aware there is also a family planning clinic held at the Royal Alex Hospital in Rhyl.

Audiology Clinic

Our audiologist Matthew Evans runs a clinic every Wednesday afternoon. This is a self-referral service to patients currently struggling with issues related to hearing ranging from blocked ears to tinnitus. He is also able to refer you to the audiology clinic at Glan Clwyd Hospital without being seen by a GP first. Appointments can be made at reception. 

Mind - Mental Health

At Madryn House Surgery we support Mind - the mental health charity and understand its importance in our patient’s everyday lives.

Every Thursday Justine, a Self-help practitioner from Mind, has a clinic here throughout the day to see our patients and help support their mental health. These appointments are by referral from our GP's.


Our in house pharmacist Carmen Valladares Montoya is here every Thursday morning. She can help with any medication queries you may have. Carmen also sees newly registered patients to go through medications and ensure continuity of care when transitioning GP Practices.

Appointments are booked through reception or will be arranged during your pre-registration appointment.


Lyndsay Ashton our advanced physiotherapist practitioner has a clinic every Tuesday afternoon. The appointments are made through referral of GP, but we also hold some appointments through our emergency 'on-the-day' appointment service to provide the best care for patients suffering with musculoskeletal conditions. 

Lyndsay can examine, diagnose and implement input for new and ongoing symptoms. Can prescribe and inject to help with musculoskeletal conditions. 

Community Healthcare Specialists

Health Visitor (Jane Church) - Jane is here every Thursday PM. She sees children throughout development to ensure their weight and height is checked and also provides guidance and support. Appointments are booked via Jane.

Family Well-being Practitioner (Sara Owen) - Sara is here every Friday PM. Sara sees children who have been referred by the GP who require one-to-one support. Appointments are booked via Sara after referral by GP only.

Midwife (Julia) - Julia is here every Wednesday AM. Julia sees patients throughout their pregnancy giving support and guidance. Appointments are booked through reception.