Clinics and Services

Hirwaun Medical Centre offer clinics with a wide range of GPs, Nurses and Heath Care Support worker to offer different services.


We release some appointments for clinics on MHOL, our online booking service while others will need to be booked with the receptionist to ensure we allow enough time for your consultation.

Appointment reminder service

Our appointments are all booked via the receptionist due to coronavirus (COVID-19). Appointment reminders are suspended during this time as our receptionists manage our appointments.

Baby Clinic and Immunisation

Immunisation saves lives. The World Health Organization estimates that 3 million lives are saved every year worldwide through immunisation.

It is important that all children and babies are fully immunised to protect them from potentially serious diseases. Once common illnesses, such as diphtheria and tetanus, are now rare in the UK because of immunisation. But while polio has been eliminated in Europe, the threat of other diseases, such as measles and meningitis, has not gone away in the UK today.

Parents with worries or queries about any aspect of their child’s immunisations should discuss them with their Doctor, Health Visitor or Practice Nurse.

Our Baby Clinic is held on a Tuesday 13.30pm – 15.30pm

A  Health Visitor, Practice Nurse and Doctor will be present.

Please note that Baby Clinic is for Well Babies only. If your child is unwell do not bring them to Baby Clinic.

Antenatal Clinic

Please contact our receptionist for details about our antenatal clinic.

Chronic Disease Management Appointments

If you suffer with any of the following you will need to see our practice nurse annually. Some patients will see our nurse more frequently.

  • Diabetes
  • Respiratory disease – Asthma and COPD
  • Hypertension
  • Heart Disease

Family Planning and Contraception

Please contact our receptionist for details

Wellbeing Coordinator

Our wellbeing coordinator help patients to connect with a range of local services. Patients do not need to see a doctor or nurse, they can self- refer to this service. They may choose to be seen in person or discuss their circumstance over the telephone The range of help is below

  • Housing issues – homeless
  • Financial issues – benefits and debt problems
  • Loneliness
  • Family – parenting, domestic abuse
  • And many more unlisted non/medical services


We have a physiotherapy service attached to the practice. Patients are asked to self-refer to the physiotherapy team for joint pain such as back, shoulder, knee and hip pain. The physiotherapist may refer you for an x-ray or further care without the need to see a doctor first.

Test Results

The Surgery will contact you if the Doctor has requested, otherwise it is the patients responsibility to contact the surgery for test results.

It is important you let us know if you change your address or telephone number so we can inform you urgently if necessary.

Disabled Acesss

Our premises are fully accessible to the disabled. If you require any additional assistance, please ask at reception.

Travel advice and immunisations

Please book an appointment with one of the nurses for any immunisations required for travel. Please allow at least 6 weeks prior to travelling.

Smoking Cessation

Please contact Stop Smoking Wales for advice and support. Weekly support sessions are held locally if you wish to attend in person.