Dr Marc Edwards MB Bch (Hons) MRCGP DCH DFFP Dr Edwards graduated from Liverpool in 1991. He worked for 10 years as a GP in Old Colwyn before moving to Llangefni in 2006. He is married and has 2 daughters. His interests are in diabetes and child health. He is a Welsh speaker. He is a tutor for Medical Students who come to the practice from Cardiff. He is also Treasurer of the Welsh Medical Society.
Dr Dyfrig Ap Dafydd MB BCh MBBS MRCGP
Dr Ap Dafydd graduated from Newcastle in 2002. Dr Ap Dafydd lives in Talwrn with his wife and 3 children. He does minor surgery and joint injections.
Dr Katie Mae Lloyd MB BCh BSc Pharmacology MRCGP DCH DRCOG Dr Lloyd graduated from the University of Wales College of Medicine in Cardiff in 2003. Dr Lloyd lives in the Colwyn Bay area with her two children. She is interested in women and children's health and she can do minor surgery, joint injections, vaginal pessary changes & coil removal. Dr Lloyd fits coils and implants.
Dr Jonathan Bertalot MB BCh BSc MBBS MRCS MCEM MRCGP Dr Bertalot graduated from Imperial College, London in 2002. Dr Bertalot does minor surgery, Implant insertion and removal & joint injections.
Practice Manager - Bethan Williams
Dispensary Manager - Jodie Harries
Practice Nurses - Iona Smith, Marilyn Lewis & Angharad Thomas
And Bethan Powell Mansell
Practice Secretary - Yvonne Jones and Cathrin Gruffydd Jones
Dispensers - Joan Savijn, Wendy Evans, Lynne Jones, Wendy Parry, Kelly Morris
Health Care Worker/Phlebotomist - Janine Boyle
Receptionists - Gwynfor Parry, Gill Parry, Hefina Thomas, Carol McGregor, Ann Evans, Cathryn Hughes, Anita Wilkinson
Behaviour towards our staff
We are proud to have an experienced and long running group of staff at our surgery. They work very hard and are often under a great deal of pressure especially when dealing with people who are ill. Please do not be abusive or be unpleasant to our staff. While we understand people may sometimes feel frustrated we will not tolerate abusive or threatening behaviour including shouting, swearing, pointing, touching or anything considered intimidating. You will be asked to leave and may receive a formal warning. If the incident is serious enough you may be removed from the practice list and the police could be involved.