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19/07/24- Our Clinical system is experiencing nation wide downtime. Please be aware call wait times will be longer while the issue gets resolved.
Remember, you can start an e-consult via the webiste.  
Thank you for your cooperation! 

St David's Clinic, Gaer Medical Centre and St Bride's Medical Centre's doors will be closed on Tuesday 11th June 2024 between 1pm and 5pm for training purposes.

The Main site St David's Clinic will reopen at 5pm until 6.30pm.

The Main phone line 01633 251133 will be supported during this time for urgent matters only.





Due to the increasing numbers of patients requesting their prescriptions on an urgent basis, St David's Clinic has implemented an Urgent Prescription Policy to ensure efficient management of medication requests whilst minimising the risk of errors.

Unless urgent prescription requests are deemed as such by our pharmacist or Duty GP, requests will be processed routinely. If deemed urgent, we aim to process requests promptly but cannot guarantee same-day turnaround. A text notification will be sent once the request has been processed.

If you forget to obtain a repeat medication, contact your pharmacy for assistance under the Urgent Provision of Repeat Medication Service or call 111 for guidance.

Your local pharmacy offers services under the common ailments scheme , common ailments covered by the scheme are:  


Acne Athlete's Foot Backache
Chickenpox Cold Sores Colic
Conjuctivitis (Bacterial) Constipation Diarrhoea
Dry Eyes Dry Skin Haemorrhoids
Hayfever Head Lice Indigestion
In-growing Toenail Intertrigo Mouth Ulcers
Nappy Rash Oral Thrush Ringworm
Scabies Sore Throat Teething
Threadworms Vaginal Thrush Warts or Verrucas


Call NHS 111 (Option 2)

You can call NHS 111 and select Option 2 if you or someone you know needs urgent mental health care, but it's not life threatening.

Mental Health 111 (Option 2) is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and is free to call from a mobile (even when the caller has no credit left) or from a landline.

The 111 Option 2 service can help you if:

  • you have an existing mental health problem and your symptoms get worse
  • you experience a mental health problem for the first time
  • someone has self-harmed but it does not appear to be life threatening, or they're talking about wanting to self-harm
  • a person shows signs of possible dementia
  • a person is experiencing domestic violence or physical, sexual or emotional abuse




We are now live on the NHS Wales App which will replace My Health Online. To ensure continuity of services download the App today or use the desktop web version available. Find out more at https://app.nhs.wales/login NHS Wales App sign up. Additional Support at  https://apphelp.nhs.wales/help/nhs-login NHS Wales login help.

Welcome to St David's Clinic

St David's is a large teaching practice based on the west side of Newport. There are 6 partners, 7 salaried GP's, 8 GP Registrars, 4 practice nurses, 2 Advanced Clinical Practitioners,  3 Health Care Assistants, 2 Pharmacists and one physician associate.

The doctors and staff are proud to offer the highest standard of patient-centred healthcare.  We run many clinics for the management of chronic diseases such as asthma and diabetes and offer a wide variety of other medical services including antenatal and postnatal care, minor surgery, childhood vaccinations.

GP Practice of the year 2021.

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