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Doctors

Dr D Lois Gravell

MBBS DRCOG

Born in Llanelli, she studied medicine at Westminster Medical School and qualified in 1983.

She is the practice representative on Dyfed Powys Local Medical Committee and is Welsh speaking.

Dr Beata A Brzezinska

lekarz (MB equivalent) DRCOG DFFP MRCGP

Dr Brzezinska (known as Dr Beata) originally joined the practice as a salaried doctor and became a partner in June 2005. Polish born, Dr Beata studied at the Medical University of Lodz, Poland and completed her General Practitioner training in Britain in August 2003 after many years' experience in this country. Married with two children, Dr Beata has a particular interest in diabetes and cardiovascular diseases.

Dr Rachel C Devonald

MBBCh MRCGP DFSRH

A local resident of Llanelli, Dr Devonald joined the Practice in July 2013. Dr Devonald underwent her training at The University of Wales College of Medicine, Cardiff and has worked for a number of years as a salaried GP and as a locum across Carmarthenshire and Pembrokeshire. Dr Devonald has experience in hospital based general medicine and also has an interest in women's sexual health together with a broad range of Enhanced Services.

Dr Helen E Sykes

MBBCh MRCGP DipTher DRCOG

Dr Sykes joined Llwynhendy Health Centre in April 2015 after working for a number of years as a partner and locum across the Carmarthenshire and Swansea areas, with a special interest in Diabetes Dr Sykes also takes a clinical lead in the development of Asthma and COPD at the practice. Dr Sykes has extensive experience in treating patients with addiction problems.

Dr Mark Darbyshire

BSc MBBCh MRCGP PGDipDiabetes MCGI LLM


Dr Mark Darbyshire is a full-time GP, who joined the Practice in June 2016.  He has a special interest in Minor Surgery Dermatology and Diabetes management and also has experience in teaching and mentoring medical students and trainee doctors. He is a tutor for Primary Care at Cardiff and Swansea medical schools and is BASICs trained for managing acutely unwell and injured patients in the Primary Care setting. Dr Darbyshire takes the lead at the Practice for anticoagulation monitoring.

Dr Daniel Anantharaj

MRCGP, D.C.H, D.F.F.P., MRCS (ED) Surgery


Working as a Salaried GP at Llwynhendy Health Centre Dr Anantharaj joined us in  July 2018. He had previously worked as a GP in the  Swansea area between 2011 and 2017 and is a highly experienced GP with a special interest in Minor Surgery.

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