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Covid-19 Update

Travel Certificates - If you require evidence for travel, please follow this link. We do not process these from the surgery. https://gov.wales/demonstrating-your-covid-19-vaccination-status-when-travelling-abroad 


Need your 1st Covid-19 dose? A new booking form on the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board website has been introduced to make it easier for people to book a first dose at a time and date that is convenient for them. Those who are unable to book online are able to call the health board’s dedicated COVID-19 Vaccination Contact Centre on 03000 840004. Click here to book - Book 1st dose.

Healthboard Covid-19 Updates 

BCUHB COVID-19 Vaccination Update 15.06.21.docx

Diweddariad Brechiadau COVID-19 15.06.2115.06.21.docx

Covid-19 Study - Recruiting Now! 

We have been asked by Health & Care Research Wales to publicise the following message.  Please do not contact the surgery with any concerns but follow the link provided. Thank you.

We are looking for volunteers to take part in a study looking at the use of different COVID-19 vaccines for giving a third dose. This study is being run by Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board (on behalf of Public Health Wales as the site), and is sponsored by University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust. 

You may be eligible to take part in the study if you: 

Are aged 30 years and over 

Received your first COVID-19 vaccine in December 2020 or January 2021 and have also received your second dose booster 

We will provide reimbursement up to £180 - £270 for your time, inconvenience and travel (depending on what group you are enrolled in). The total study participation time is up to one year. 

If you are interested in finding out more, please visit our website: https://www.covboost.org.uk/participate-wrexham where you can also complete the pre- screening questionnaire to see if you will be eligible. 

Do not contact the surgery, follow the above link.



NHS 111with launch in our area at 12 noon, Tuesday 22nd June. Please do not call the service until then. NHS 111 will replace the current NHS Direct Wales and GP Out of Hours numbers. From this date, patients will be able to call 111 free of charge, for urgent care via GP Out of Hours and health information and advice. 

Watch this space for more information.


Last week, the Financial Times published information about opting out of Healthcare data sharing. Changes have been made within NHS England, so those in England, are able to opt-out of their data being shared with third parties. This is only applicable to England, and changes have not been made in Wales. 


Every year the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board conduct an intermediate medium term plan to identify the changing needs of patients in our area. The aim of the plan is to develop localised systems that are responsive to the needs of the local community. In order to do this, it is essential for them to consult with the local community on what they believe are the biggest needs for their communities health and wellbeing. 

For further information, view there Welsh and English information posters by Your health Needs.pdf



Some of you may be wondering, ‘how can I get a vaccine passport or certificate for travel?’

We are working with the UK Government to enable Welsh citizens to access the NHS App for vaccine certificates, but this service is not yet available. 

In the meantime, for people in Wales who have had two doses of the vaccine and need to urgently travel to a country which requires covid vaccination:

From 24 May, there will be a temporary emergency telephone number to request a COVID-19 vaccination certificate for international travel.

This should only be used if you urgently need to travel to a country which requires vaccine certification and you are not able to either quarantine or provide tests to meet country entry requirements. DO NOT use this service for non-urgent requests. 

Individuals should check entry requirements before travelling.  

For those who have not yet completed their vaccine course and for countries that don’t accept vaccine proof at this time, people should continue to follow existing entry requirements like negative PCR tests.

Even if you’ve been vaccinated, you still have to follow the same requirements as non-vaccinated people when you return to the UK.      

📍Do not request a vaccination certificate from your GP or vaccination centre📍

NHS Wales is working hard to ensure everyone can have access to a vaccination we cannot divert resources away from this very important task. 

We will not be able to answer any specific queries regarding this matter through Facebook. Please see the Welsh Governement website for further information.



Check back here regularly for further updates.

Thank you.

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The present premises of Pendre Surgery were originally built in 1965 and were one of the first purpose-built in Wales. The surgery was extended in 1990 and 2000. As Mold is situated in a rural area, Pendre Surgery also serves the surrounding villages. The surgery is situated at the junction of West View with Clayton Road.  The local GP co-operative is used over the weekend from 6.30pm Friday to 8.00am on Monday, and between 6.30pm and 8.00am during weekdays.

The doctors practise together as a non-limited partnership. We undertake training for undergraduate medical students and we mentor pharmacists and nurse practitioners.


When telephoning for doctor and nurse appointments including triage, for visit requests and all enquiries please hold; your call will be held in a queue and answered as soon as possible.

For results, please telephone between 4.00 - 6.00pm Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday.
Please note, requests for repeat prescriptions will not be taken over the telephone.


Clayton Road,

Telephone: (01352) 759163


Please note that the surgery will be closed from 1.00 until 5.00pm on one Wednesday or Tuesday of each month for staff training. Posters will be displayed on the main doors two weeks in advance of closure date. If you urgently require a GP during this time please telephone the normal surgery number and you will be given the emergency number on the answer machine.


The area served by the practice includes Mold, Gwernymynydd, Cadole, Maeshafn, Gwernaffield Pantymwyn, Cilcain, Rhydymwyn, Sychdyn, Nercwys, Bryn y Baal and Mynydd Isa from the Pren Hill to Mold.


Details of primary medical services in this area may be obtained from Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board, Preswylfa, Hendy Road, Mold, Flintshire CH7 1PZ, telephone number 01352 700227.

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