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Pont Newydd Medical Centre, Aberrhondda Road, Porth, Rhondda Cynon Taff, CF39 0LDTel: 01443 688880
MBChB (1988, Liverpool), MRCGP (1992), DFRSH
Dr Pascoe is a female GP. She begun working with the practice in December 2007 and is the senior partner. She has a particular interest in women's health, including contraception and inserts coils in the practice on a regular basis. Dr Pascoe works in the practice 3 days per week.
MBBCh (Cardiff 1998), MRCP, MRCGP, DRCOG, DCH
Dr Thomas is a female GP. She is a GP Trainer. She has an interest in Women & Children, Chronic disease Management and Medical Education. Dr Thomas works in the practice 3 days per week.
MBBCh (2004, Wales), MRCGP (2009)
Dr O’Sullivan is a male GP. He has been with the practice since 2010. He has an interest in dermatology and musculoskeletal conditions and also performs joint injections and minor operations within the practice. Dr O'Sullivan works daily in the practice apart from a Thursday.
MBCHB (2004, Uni Aberdeen), MRCGPDr Zahari is a female GP, who has been with the practice team since May 2017. She has an interest in General Medicine. Dr Zahari works in the practice 4 days a week.
BM (2009, Southampton), MRCGP (2014)Dr Premier is a female GP, who has been at the practice since August 2013. She has an interest in Dementia. She carries out child health 6-8 week checks at the practice. Dr Premier works in the practice 3 days per week.
MBBCh (2005, Wales), MRCGP (2010, Wales)
Dr Glyn is a female GP, who has been with the practice since Jan 2013. She has an interest in chronic disease management. She is a fluent Welsh speaker and is happy to consult in Welsh. Dr Glyn works in the practice 3 days per week.
As a training practice we have GP Registrars working in the practice. These are fully qualified doctors who are training to become GPs. The GP Registrars will change every 6 or 12 months.
Currently our GP Registrars are:
Dr Aysha Hadid is our registrar from August 2019.
Dr Dr Alice Egerton-Kemp is our registrar from August 2019.
Dr Rebecca Phillips
Dr Sabahat Ahmed
Senior Practice Nurse
Nurse Hanson has been working with us since September 2017 and works 3 days a week, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.
Our highly qualified nurses deal with a range of conditions and health concerns. They examine patients, make a diagnosis and plan care, including prescribing certain products.
They are experts in many areas of disease management such as Diabetes, COPD, Asthma, Women's Health, Travel Vaccinations.
Healthcare assistants are important members of the practice team who work under the supervision of a qualified nurse. They can take blood, check blood pressure, test urines, perform ECG’s, perform spirometry testing, are able to carry out wound care and assist with minor surgery.
Clare will be able to help you with any administrative problems you may have with the way our practice is run.
Our reception staff are here to help you. They answer the telephones, deal with enquiries and take repeat prescriptions. Their job is very demanding so please be patient.
We currently have 15 reception and administrative staff at the practice.