Llanfyllin Group Medical Practice is based in three separate centres. Our doctors, nurses, Health Care Assistants and other health care professionals provide a wide range of clinics and services to over 10,000 patients from our main purpose built site in Llanfyllin and routine appointments from our 2 branch surgeries situated in Four Crosses and Llanrhaeadr.
- All our premises are easily accessible with disabled access and parking facilities
- We offer all core NHS funded General Medical Services to our registered patients as well as a range of enhanced services.
- We also offer a range of private services and clinics (such as insurance medicals, private sick notes and certain vaccinations) that are not funded by the NHS.
- Please use our website to find out more about us and the health care services we offer, to obtain health advice and to see out latest news.
- We are constantly seeking to improve the service we offer to our patients and value your feedback and suggestions.
Significant expansion under way at Four Crosses Medical Centre
A major redevelopment is under way at Four Crosses Medical Centre in Powys to extend and improve services for local patients and provide a modern environment for service delivery.
The scheme includes an extension to the Medical Centre to increase the current facilities to 3 GP consulting rooms, create a phlebotomy and treatment room, and expand the waiting area.
Dr Mel Plant, senior partner with Llanfyllin Group Practice which runs Four Crosses Medical Centre said: “This development has been made possible through a Primary Care Improvement Grant from Welsh Government along with funding from Llanfyllin Group Practice and a generous patient donation. The practice team is delighted that we will be able to offer our patients new facilities and more services closer to home. We would also like to thank our patients and partners for their invaluable support, including the practices Patient Participation Group and local Community Councils.”
Dr Sarah Breese, GP partner with Llanfyllin Group Practice and lead GP for the project added: “Work began on our new extension last month and we aim to complete this exciting development by spring 2020. The foundations have been laid, the drains are in and the brickwork has started. During the coming weeks our patients will see the walls going up and the roof trusses in place. We do apologise that during the building schedule there will need to be some temporary changes to our services to ensure that essential work can take place as quickly and safely as possible. Patients are advised to keep checking our website for details.”
**Advance Notice – temporary closure of Four Crosses Medical Centre w/c 25th November**
Due to essential building works taking place and for the health and safety of our patients and staff Four Crosses branch surgery will be closed for a 2 week period w/c 25th November. Temporary arrangements for medication collections will be put in place by the practice to ensure as little disruption as possible to patients. Please keep checking our website for details
Many thanks for your continued support while this work takes place
Improving access to routine GP appointments
Following a review of our appointments system we are aiming to improve access to routine GP appointments to ensure patients who should see a GP, see one in a more timely manner. Read more here
Clinics are now on the system for w/c 30th September including Saturday 5th October and are available to book for all eligible patients. There will be a late night in Llanfyllin on Wednesday 2nd October and Llansantffraid will have their usual clinic during leg club on Thursday 10th October.
(Site updated 16/10/2019)