Self Help & Wellbeing

Welcome to our self-help centre. 

Here you will find both local health information and NHS content and a selection of tools for health checks.

common ailments scheme

Your local pharmacist can provide free confidential advice and treatment for a range of common ailments without you having to make an appointment to see your GP.

Please contact your local pharmacist to find out more.

nhs 111

Call 111 if you think you may need to attend an A&E department or need urgent out of hours care or advice that cannot wait until the GP surgery is back open.

You can also use NHS 111 Online Symptom Checker by clicking the image above.

Emergency Dental Line

Emergency Dental Line

If you are experiencing dental pain you should first contact your dentist to get an appointment. If you are not registered with a dental practice or you are experiencing dental pain out of hours you can contact the emergency dental helpline.

Call 0300 10 20 247

mental health

Click here to access our mental health hub - it provides information of local services which can help with your mental health.  Along with many other national services which can help with: bereavement, bullying, LGBT, debt advice

You can also book a Mental Health Nurse appointment without needing to speak to a GP



Please contact reception at any time to pre-book an appointment with the Physio without the need to see your GP first.

These appointments are suitable for new or acute problems that you want to discuss and get assessed and will provide you with advice and exercise to help you manage your problem early.


As most parents will be aware, children often develop various illnesses and ailments. Click here for advice on how you can treat some common illnesses and how long you should keep them away from nursery or school following these conditions.


Click here for more information on diabetes and how to manage the condition.


Did you know you can take a test for Chlamydia and Gonorrhoea and/or a test for HIV, Syphilis, Hepatitis B and Hepatitis C in your own home.

Click here to order your free test at home kit.


There are a number of free services in Wales that will give you the best chance of quitting smoking for good. To find out which service is best for you in your local area, contact a member of the Help Me Quit team below:

Call 0800 085 2219

Text 'HMQ' to 80818

or click to go to the Help Me Quit website


Do you look after someone who cannot care for themselves fully?

A carer can be anyone, of any age, who provides unpaid care and support to a relative, friend or neighbour who is disabled, physically or mentally ill, or affected by substance misuse.

Long Covid Symptoms App

A COVID recovery app has been launched as part of wider support on offer for people experiencing the longer term effects of coronavirus.

With more than 100 videos and links to advice, app users will be able to record their symptoms, track their progress and learn to manage their condition at home with support. It includes advice from therapists, psychologists, dietitians and consultants.

Click the button below for more information and to download the app - available on Apple and Android devices

Long Covid App