Useful Links

We hope you find the following links useful.

We cannot accept any responsibility for the content or reliability of the linked-websites listed on this page and we do not necessarily endorse the sites or the views, opinions or treatment options expressed within them.

NHS Direct Wales website 

Telephone - 0845 46 47

Health advice and Information 24 hours a day, every day from the NHS 

NHS Direct Health Encyclopedia website

Useful A to Z encyclopedia of Health

Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Boardwebsite

Telephone - 03000 858888

Childhood Immunisation Website NHS

Choose Pharmacy

Citizens Advice Bureau website

Telephone - 01745 334568 (Rhyl C.A.B)

DEWIS Cymru - Government resource for local services available to GPs and Practice Staff.

Embarrassing Problems website

Good site for finding out the answers to lots of 'embarrassing problems'

Family Planning Association website

Advice about Contraception and Sexual Health

Freedom of Information Act

Click HERE for Information relating to the Freedom of Information Act from the Betsi Cadwaladr University Healthboard.

Fit for Travel website

Telephone - 0800 567 123 

Website run by NHS Scotland giving useful advice about health / vaccination requirements for travel to different part of the world

Help Me Quit

Resource for advice and guidance on quitting smoking.

Macmillan Cancer Support

Men's Shed

Telephone - 01745 798350

Proving a supportive & friendly environment for men of all ages, background and capabilities to gather together for a variety of activities.

Playing Safely - Safe Sex website

Government funded site to raise awareness about sexually transmitted illness

Prodigy Advice Leaflets and Self-Help Group Details

Prodigy is an NHS Site which provides information leaflets on lots of medical condition and also contains a register of over 2000 self-help groups

Rhyl City Strategy (RCS)

Local not-for-profit Community Interest Company which was established in 2007 to tackle unemployment and economic inactivity in Rhyl.

Wales Eye Care Service (WECS)

For emergency eye care treatment or if you are concerned about your eyesight.

We Care NHS

Practical ideas and & thoughts on how to care for NHS staff.