General Practitioners (GPs) treat all common medical conditions and refer patients to hospitals and other medical services for urgent and specialist treatment. They focus on the health of the whole person combining physical, psychological, and social aspects of care.

We are a GP training practice. Each year a fully qualified doctor with experience in hospital medicine who is preparing to become a general practitioner joins the practice and spends up to a year working with us, sharing all aspects of medical care with the partners. We welcome the fresh ideas and the enthusiasm they bring to our team.

Occasionally, medical students or nurses training to become district nurses, health visitors or community midwives may also spend time with the practice.

Dr Diane M Edwards (Female) Senior Partner

GP Trainer, Rheumatolgy Lead and also the Lead on patients who are on Shared Care medications from hospital. Dr Edwards has been a GP Partner with Abersychan since 1993.

Dr Stephanie Balboa (Female)

Interests: Children’s health, Diabetes, Learning Disabilities. Joined the practice as a partner a long time ago. qualified in 1991 from St Mary’s Hospital Medical School, Imperial College.

Dr Geraint Jenkins (Male)

Dr Jenkins has special interests in Minor Surgery, Joint Injections, Skin Lesions and Men's Health

Dr Deborah Evans (Female)

Interests: Women's Health and Safeguarding. Dr Evans also fits and removes contraceptive implants. Dr Evans joined the practice in 1996 as a registrar & became a partner on 01.01.2002

Dr Sian Eleri Roberts (Female)

Interests- Palliative Care, Prescribing, Trans health Joined practice as partner in 2003

Dr Reji Paul (Male)

Dr Paul has been a partner in Abersychan group practice since 1st April 2009. Dr Paul has a special interest in Diabetes.

Dr Vigneswari Palaniswamy (Female)

Dr Tasmin Murray (Female)

Dr Olanrewaju Boyede