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Our Practice

WELCOME to Dee Valley Medical Practice.  We will work in partnership with you to maintain or improve your health.  Our approach is holistic as we look at your physical and mental health and wellbeing, covering all aspects of your life.

Our Surgeries

Overton

15 High Street, Overton-on-Dee, Wrexham LL13 0ED

Tel: 01978 710666 between 08:00 and 18:30 weekdays.

Bangor-on-Dee Dispensary

Chapel House, High Street, Bangor-on-Dee, Wrexham, LL13 0BU

New Dispensary in Bangor-on-Dee

We are pleased to confirm that refurbishment of our new site on Station Road in Bangor-on-Dee will commence shortly. The new surgery will offer accommodation for up to 6 clinicians to work concurrently and will hopefully open in June 2023…

Read more here

Patients’ Rights and Responsibilities

Within the boundaries of our geographical area, a patient has the Right to be registered with a Doctor, change Doctor, be offered a health check when joining the Practice, receive appropriate medical treatment, be referred to a specialist and have their medical records correctly maintained.  A patient has the responsibility to be courteous to all staff, attend appointments on time, be aware of a clinicians allotted time, provide 48 hours’ notice for repeat prescriptions and only use the out of hours service for urgent medical attention.

Zero Tolerance

We have a Zero Tolerance with regards to violence or abusive behaviour towards any member of staff, or other service users. A verbal warning could be issued to anyone who threatens staff on or off the premises. Any further incidents will result in an escalated process involving the local health board and could lead to a patient being asked to leave the Practice. If this occurs, the patient will need to seek future health services directly from the local health board.

Suggestions & Compliments

We welcome constructive suggestions from patients wishing to help us improve our services. There is a suggestions box and suggestions book in reception. If you have concerns about any of our services, please speak to any member of staff. Misunderstandings can often be resolved informally.

We welcome Patients to join the Patient Participation Group (PPG).