How Do I Make An Appointment?

You can make an appointment with the Doctor or Nurse by phoning the Medical Centres or by calling in person when the reception is open:

Sketty            01792 206862  

Killay              01792 201181

Ring from 8:15 am for Telephone first appointments

We will do our best to give you an appointment with the Doctor of your choice.

We ideally like to telephone triage all appointments initially.

The receptionist will make a note of your details and arrange for a doctor to call you back.

The doctor will either give you advice over the phone or arrange for you to have a face-to-face appointment.

Please remember that the doctors work between the two surgeries and run their clinics and only have limited appointment times in each place.

Should your preferred Doctor not have a free appointment you will be offered an appointment with one of the other GPs in the practice.

Online appointments requests


This is for non urgent requests only

This service enables our patients to request help from our clinicians via the internet or a smart phone. You will have the option to request email advice, telephone, or face to face help. 

The service is available between 7am and 9am on a week

 All our registered patients are welcome, and as a parent or carer you can use AskMyGP on behalf of a patient.

Please visit our website for more information

Urgent Appointments

 If you need immediate treatment for a condition you feel needs urgent attention, please telephone the Medical Centre.


Dial 999

Out of Hours

If you need to contact a Doctor when the surgery is closed you should contact the out-of-hours service by ringing 111 or if you have difficulty getting through ring 0845 4647.

All cases will be triaged, and a decision made on whether the caller requires contact with/advice given by a Doctor or to have their details forwarded to the GP Out-of-Hours Service, which is responsible to the ABMU Health Board.

The Swansea Out-of-Hours Service operates an appointment-based service from a

If you have a severe problem such as difficulty breathing, chest pain, or severe bleeding you should call 999

How do I arrange a Home visit?

Requests for home visits should be made when the patient is too ill to attend the surgery. Every effort should be made to attend the Medical Centre where you will be seen more quickly than waiting for a home visit.

The home visits by the Doctor are for medical reasons only, for patients who are terminally ill or bed-bound patients for whom travel to our Centre would cause deterioration in their condition.

If you need a home visit please inform the Receptionist who will arrange for a triage Doctor to speak to you to decide what is the best option - seeing the Nurse, seeing the Doctor, or going to hospital.