Datganiad ar Feddygfa Harbour View, Porth Tywyn

Dywedodd Jill Paterson, Cyfarwyddwr dros dro Comisiynu, Gofal Sylfaenol, a Therapïau a Gwyddorau Iechyd Hywel Dda: “Gall Fwrdd Iechyd Prifysgol Hywel Dda gadarnhau y bydd Meddygfa Harbour View ym Mhorth Tywyn yn rhoi’r gorau i ddarparu Gwasanaethau Meddygol Cyffredinol o 31 Gorffennaf 2017 wedi i’r Meddyg Teulu, Dr Lodha, gyflwyno rhybudd i’r bwrdd iechyd ar ddiwedd cyfnod y cytundeb Gwasanaethau Meddygol Cyffredinol.

“Mae’r Bwrdd Iechyd yn cyd-weithio’n agos â Meddygfeydd cyfagos a’r Cyngor Iechyd Cymuned er mwyn sicrhau bod gwasanaethau Meddyg Teulu ar gael i gleifion i gymryd eu lle. Mae gan gleifion fynediad fel arfer at wasanaethau Meddyg Teulu ym Meddygfa Harbour View tan 31 Gorffennaf 2017 ac rydym yn gweithio’n galed i drafod cefnogaeth ar gyfer meddygfeydd eraill er mwyn sicrhau bod gwasanaethau sefydlog yn parhau i fod ar gael i gleifion. Bydd pob claf yn cael llythyr yn eu hysbysu gyda pha feddygfa y gallant gofrestru o 1 Awst 2017.

“Nid oes angen i gleifion wneud unrhyw beth ar hyn o bryd. Mae’r feddygfa yn parhau i fod ar agor a bydd gwasanaethau arferol yn parhau i gael eu darparu o Harbour View hyd at 31 Gorffennaf 2017. Gall cleifion fod yn dawel eu meddwl bod y Bwrdd Iechyd yn parhau i fod yn ymrwymedig i ddarparu mynediad at ofal i gleifion.”


Jill Paterson, Interim Director of Commissioning, Primary Care, and Therapies and Health Sciences at Hywel Dda, said: Meddygfa’r Sarn have made the difficult decision to return their General Medical Service contract to Hywel Dda University Health Board on the 30th September 2017. This decision was not taken lightly and the Health Board will now work to ensure that all patients continue to receive General Medical Services, that the handover of care goes smoothly and that patients notice very little change.

“The Health Board recognises how difficult this decision was for Meddygfa’r Sarn and appreciates the support the community and many patients have given over the years. The Health Board would like to reassure patients that the provision of General Medical Services will continue in the area and that patients do not need to take any action at this point as the Practice will remain open at present.

“Hywel Dda University Health Board is now in the process of considering the best way to continue GP services for patients and it is expected that a clear plan will be available by the end of June 2017.”


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