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Publication Scheme

Class 1 – Who we are and what we do

The Practice is  Partnership of the GPs who provide General Medical Services (GMS)  to the population in the Amlwch & Cemaes Bay area of Anglesey (our catchment area is defined in our practice leaflet) :  

  • Dr Barbara  A. Griffith (Female)
  • Dr Harri R.O. Pritchard (Male)
  • Dr Robert  C. Mansell (Male)
  • Dr Charlotte Parry (Female)

They employ as salaried GPs 

  • Dr Laura Roberts (Female) 
  • Dr Nicola Frew (Female)

Practice details, information about our Practice team and our opening times are all published on this website and in our Practice Leaflet. 

Class 2 – What we spend and how we spend it

The Practice receives money from NHS Wales according to its contract for national General Medical Services in exchange for services provided for patients.

We are funded by the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board, under the “Statement of Fees and Allowances Payable for General Medical Practitioners in England and Wales”. Details are available on request from the Practice Manager.

GMS income is generated by capitation income, commissioning of QAIF services and enhanced services. Private income is generated by medicals and from a small amount of clinical trial work. Some premise expenses are reimbursed by BCU, some are charged to BCU for room usage. 

Some medicines are bought in and the administration of generates an income, and a profit if bought at discount.  This may be private or NHS depending on NHS policy

Expenditure is on premises, staff and equipment, and unspent “profit” is paid to the GPs as self-employed independent contractors.

The total income received from the NHS before expenses can be requested in writing by contacting the Practice Manager via her email account at

There may be circumstances where material cannot be released because it is confidential or commercial information or the appropriate officer designated for these purposes, under the Act, has taken the view that it may be prejudicial to the conduct of the Practice’s affairs.

If this is the case, we will respond to your FOI request with a formal letter acknowledging the reasons why we are unable to give you this information.

We do not wish to publish our annual salaries, but they are available on request.

Class 3 – What our priorities are and how we are doing

We work with the Anglesey Collaborative which comprises the Practices in Anglesey. The practices regularly meet to discuss the provision of services in the locality. The practices contribute to the annual IMTP plan, a plan which details services being piloted, services to be implemented and demand and capacity data. 

We are also part of the CRT which comprises of members from the community services to provide care close to home together with the District Nursing team, Social Services. 

All practices are subject to to periodic reviews by Health Inspectorate Wales and Health Board officers. We have no recent reports to publish as we have not had an inspection in the last 4 years.  

Class 4 – How we make decisions

The partners will meet periodically with the Practice Manager to review practice plans and policies.  This covers both operational and strategic plans.  The Practice Manager also meets the nursing team to discuss operational matters and future plans.  Further information can be obtained from the Practice Manager via her email account

Class 5 – Our policies and procedures

Policies and procedures are in place and used by the practice team.  Items relating to patient facing matters such as Privacy Notices, Access to Records and Raising Concerns and Complaints can be found on this website or requested from the practice.  

These will be accessible via the Practice Policies page (click for link), however currently this section is still under development, and in the meantime any requests to view these policies can be submitted to the Practice Manager in writing or by email to

Class 6 – Lists and Registers

We hold patient information in our clinical system called EMIS which is held on secure servers managed by the NHS. Within EMIS we operate registers which are used to monitor our provision of care, record clinical data, and manage recalls.  

Class 7 – The services we offer

Details of the General Medical Services we provide is detailed in this website. Details on the services we offer can be found via our Clinics and Services page (click for link).