Appointments & Prescriptions


Llay Health Centre is open from Monday to Friday from 8.30am to 6.00pm. Our branch surgeries have varying open hours; please see the contact us page for details.

We offer appointments both for on-the-day bookings and in advance. We can also arrange telephone and video-link consultations upon request, but these may require a subsequent visit to the surgery if the clinician thinks they need to review you in person. Our standard appointment time with a GP is 10 minutes long, which is sufficient to discuss one problem only. If you wish to discuss more than one problem, please ring the Patient Line to request a double appointment. Nurse appointments vary in length according to the reason for the appointment.

To book an on-the-day appointment, you can:

The telephone lines open for on-the-day bookings at 8am each day and are allocated quickly.

If our lines are busy, the telephone system will ask you to hang up; your place in the queue will be saved and it will automatically ring you back when you near the front of the queue.

To book an advance appointment, you can:

Emergency appointments

If you need to see a doctor in an emergency, telephone our Patient Line on 03333 323 260 and a receptionist will triage your call. This will require you to give some details to our trained reception team.

If you are experiencing severe chest pain, collapse, severe breathing difficulties, have one-sided weakness or slurred speech or severe bleeding, please ring 999 immediately.

Medical advice

You can do the following:

Out of hours appointments

Our telephone lines close at 6.30pm. Outside of our opening hours, the GP Out of Hours Service (commissioned by Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board) is in operation. They can be contacted on 0300 123 5566

Home visits

If you are house-bound and cannot reach the surgery through other means, you can request a home visit by one of our GPs by telephoning the Patient Line before midday.

Please remember that several people can be seen in the surgery in the time that it takes to make a home visit, so we ask patients to request one only if they are genuinely unable to attend in person. We can arrange a telephone or video consultation with a doctor upon request.

A doctor will ring you to discuss your problem before attending, and we may arrange for our Urgent Care Practitioner to visit you.


We can send prescriptions directly to a nominated pharmacy. Please speak to one of our Reception staff to advise us of your choice.

We currently regularly send prescriptions to:

To order a repeat prescription, you can:

Prescription requests ordinarily take 48 hours to be processed and sent to your nominated pharmacy.

Please note that to avoid errors in medications, we do not take prescription requests over the telephone.

Dispensing patients

If you live remotely from a community pharmacy, you may be eligible to register as a dispensing patient with us, which means that our Dispensary in our Rossett branch surgery can dispense medications directly to you. If you would like to be considered for this service, please contact us

General Enquiries

You can do the following: