Clinics & Services

Your Doctor will try and find the best way of making you better.  This may not involve giving you medicine or tablets, as there are other ways to treat you, such as advice on how to prevent illnesses in the future.

The surgery provides minor surgery, but if you need specialist advice or treatment, you will be referred to the hospital.  Patients with minor injuries should attend Casualty.

Well Women Services

All women are able to attend for a cervical smear and other routine checks as well as advice on health matters.  These appointments can be arranged during surgery hours and require a double appointment.

Maternity Services

We offer antenatal and postnatal care in co-operation with the midwife and hospital.  Your Health Visitor attends the clinics to give help and advice.

Community Midwife –Rachel Hockett - Tawe Team

Community midwives provide ante-natal care for all mothers-to-be registered at this surgery.  You will know your midwife from soon after the time your pregnancy is confirmed as she will normally visit you at home at 10 to 14 weeks for the “booking” visit and be involved in your subsequent ante-natal care.  Please ask the receptionist for the contact details of the Midwife who will arrange for you to be booked in.  She may, if available, assist in home birth if you have chosen that option.  After home and hospital births, the community midwife will visit you and your baby at home, as necessary, for up to 28 days post-natal.  She will check how you are getting on and can give advice about any concerns you have.

Your hospital ante-natal clinic and maternity unit is at Singleton Hospital

Contact Numbers:

Ante-Natal Clinic: 01792 285393

Maternity Unit: 01792 205666 Ext. 5788

Birth Centre: 01792 285212

Health Visitors                       

Tel:  01792 790252

Caroline Price

Your Health Visitors are fully qualified nurses (and may also be qualified midwives) who have also had specialist training in family health. 

Your Health Visitor will provide help and advice about feeding and caring for your baby until he or she starts school.  This will include advice about development checks, health promotion for pre-school children, immunisations, parenting skills, accident prevention, breast feeding support, post-natal depression screening and support, family planning and well woman advice

If you would like further information about any aspect of ante-natal or post-natal care please do not hesitate to ask.

Family Planning

All of the Doctors/Nurses offer routine contraceptive advice at any Surgery.

Sexual Health

Strawberry Place Surgery is offering the service that the GUM Clinic is offering.  If you would like to make an appointment, please see the receptionist to book an appointment.

Well Baby Clinic

Childhood immunisation is very important and safe.  It is undertaken in this clinic and we encourage attendance.  In addition your baby’s progress will periodically be checked by a doctor or health visitor.  We request that you do not bring children who are unwell to this clinic as they may pass on their illness to others.

Please note that any babies arriving in clinic after 1.45pm can no longer be seen and will be asked to attend the next Well Baby Clinic.

Clinic Times and Information                                                                 

Antenatal Clinic

Held by the Midwife at Sway Road Clinic  by appointment only. 

Chest Clinic

Held by the Nurse weekly by invitation

Diabetic/CHD Clinic

Held by the Nurse weekly by invitation

COPD Clinic

Held by the Nurse weekly by invitation


Unfortunately due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, this service is temporarily postpones, however, when the service resumes, it will be held at Clydach Surgery but must be booked through Strawberry Place Surgery

Well Baby Clinic

Held by the Health Visitor/Doctor every Thursday between 12.30pm - 2.15pm by appointment or referral.  Please note that this Clinic is for well babies only.

Well Woman Clinic

Held by the Nurse by appointment

Sexual Health

Held by the Nurse. Appointments are held at patient’s request and require a 30 minute appointment.

Phlebotomist Clinic (taking of blood samples)

Please note that this services is not available at our Practice due to the COVID-10 Pandemic

Minor Surgery Clinic

Held by the Doctor and assisted by the Health Care Support Worker monthly by invitation.

Primary Mental Health Liaison Nurse Clinic

Held by Karen Price RMN  weekly by invitation.  


Other Information

Routine Health Screening

Please make an appointment to see the Practice Nurse.  If you are a new patient to the Practice, please arrange to have a check-up as soon as possible, as your medical records may be delayed in arriving from your previous Doctor.  If you are over 75 years of age, we would like you to have a check-up every year, and will invite you by letter.  If you are unable to attend the surgery, please let us know and we will arrange to see you at home.


Our Cluster is involved with the following projects:

Young peoples & Adult counsellors

Social Prescribing Link worker

Dementia support worker

Neighbourhood Development Officer

Our Cluster works closely with:

Swansea Carers Centre

Care and Repair

Carers Choir

Please ask the GP, Nurse or receptionist for further details

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