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Community Services

We have a large team of professional staff who are attached to the Practice and provide services to our patients. These include District Nurses, Health Visitors, Midwives, Phlebotomists and Podiatry.



Pregnancy Notification

Please follow the link below easily fill in an online pregnancy booking form.

If you have any difficulty in accessing the digital form above – please phone Maternity Services  on 029 20 745030 during office hours.

A Midwife will contact you by telephone within 1-2 weeks of you sending the completed form, to arrange your maternity booking appointment. This will include taking a full medical history to plan your maternity care.

If you have not had a response by 14 days - please contact Maternity Services on 029 20 745030.

Pregnancy Concerns

If you have any concerns during the early stages of your pregnancy (before 17 weeks) please contact your GP practice; if you are 17 weeks+ pregnant please contact the maternity assessment unit 029 20 744658

Antenatal Appointments

To change antenatal appointments call 029 20744658.



Cardiff and Vale University Health Board Podiatry Services, Cardiff Royal Infirmary - Helping you care for your feet

Who can access the Podiatry service?

Anyone who is resident in the Cardiff & Vale area who has a foot problem, taking into account both medical and foot health.

What foot problems do Podiatry deal with?

A wide range of foot and postural problems, from foot ulceration and in-growing toe nails to corns and the provision of orthotics (prescription foot supports) for gait problems.

What services are provided?

  • Assessment & Diagnostic Clinics – for new patients.
  • Telephone Triage Service – for some new patients.
  • Wound Clinics – for patients with foot ulcers.
  • Diabetic Screening Clinics – for diabetic patients who need advanced foot screening.
  • Vascular Screening Clinics – for patients who need advanced foot screening.
  • Nail Surgery – for patients who need part or whole nails removed under local anaesthetic.
  • Lower Limb Biomechanical Assessment & Gait Analysis – for patients with musculoskeletal problems.
  • General Podiatry Treatment Clinics – for patients who have an agreed treatment plan.
  • Home Visiting Service – for patients who are housebound.
  • In Patient Service – for patients in hospital where treatment is essential prior to discharge.
  • Education, Advice on Self Care and Sign Posting Service to Alternative Care – for those who are not eligible for NHS podiatry. 

How to access the service

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