Accessibility Tools


Women's health refers to the branch of medicine that focuses on the treatment and diagnosis of diseases and conditions that affect a woman's physical and emotional well-being.

  • For your exercise
    The body gets very comfortable when you always do the same workout. Vary your exercises – with an age-appropriate mix of aerobics, muscle training and stretching.
  • Eat well
    Getting enough nutrition is crucial. Focus on nutrients rather than calories and eat a variety of healthy foods.
  • Prioritise sleep
    You need at least seven hours.

Mental health is really, really important. Think about several things: Are you drinking too much? Are you paying attention to signs of depression or bipolar disorder, which often get missed? If you have a family history of mental illness, suicide, and/or substance abuse, you really need someone to help you review the signs and symptoms.

Choose a Doctor you’re comfortable with, so you can openly discuss all aspects of your health.

Since the Covid Pandemic some patients have been suffering with Long Covid symptoms - for further help and information please use this link:

Resources and Links

Alcohol Support


The Naked Mind: Free resources, podcasts and blog  -

Take a quiz about drinking habits -

Tools, apps, advice and contacts to support your reduction in alcohol -


If you have been diagnosed with Cancer or would like some advice:

Cancer - NHS (

Cancer Research UK

Macmillan Cancer Support

North Wales Cancer Patient Forum - support for Patients and carers.

North Wales Cancer Patient Forum | A voice for Cancer Patients and Carers in North Wales (


If you are a Carer:

Carers support, register with Newcis – North East Wales Carers Information Service -

Single Point of Access – Flintshire - Social Services - Contact Us (

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Buckley Medical Centre:
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Saturday - Sunday:    Closed

Glanrafon Medical Centre - Mold:
Monday - Friday:        8 am – 6.30 pm
Saturday - Sunday:    Closed