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Dr Rebecca L Jones (f)


(Full General Partner) Registered 1996.

Having enjoyed living in Newtown , Powys and having completed my primary and secondary education there I welcomed the opportunity to move to Cardiff in 1990 to study medicine. Graduating in 1995 I completed further training in Surgery and Medicine at Prince Charles Hospital in Merthyr Tydfil and Princess of Wales Hospital in Bridgend. Initially I followed a desire to become a medical consultant and worked in the medical department at Princess of Wales Hospital for 2 years. Very soon, however, i realised that General Practice is where my heart lies. Moving a little further down the M4 I joined the GP training scheme in Swansea.

In 2001 I gained Membership of Royal College of General Practitioners and joined Dr Khan and partners as a GP in the Dulais Valley. Despite enjoying working in the Dulais Valley I followed my heart and moved to Hampton, Middlesex in 2009. I missed South Wales too much and so returned, with my partner, in 2010 to join the practice in Dulais Valley again.

I am pleased to be part of the team at Dulais Valley Primary Care Centre where I am lead GP for the anticoagulation clinic and where I utilise the skills and experience I have gained working in different hospital departments and general practice.

Powys is my home again where I enjoy walking my dogs, knitting and running. I recently completed Couch to 5K and enjoy running 5k three times a week!

Dr Gemma Jones (f)


(Full General Partner) Registered 2007.

Originally from Pontneddfechan, I studied Medicine in Cardiff. After graduating in 2006 I moved back to the Neath area, I did my junior doctor training in Morriston, Neath Port Talbot, Prince Charles and the Princess of Wales hospitals.

I joined Dulais Valley Primary care centre in March 2014 after completing my GP training in the Bridgend area. I have always had an interest in General Practice as it’s unique as a medical speciality; we are the last generalists. Women’s health is an area of interest and I fit contraceptive implants and coils.

I am a fluent welsh speaker and am comfortable to consult in welsh. 

Outside of work I generally spend most of my time with my two daughters. I enjoy swimming, walking and travelling.

Multidisciplinary Working

The Doctors, Advanced Nurse Practitioner, Practice pharmacist and practice nurses all work as a team. Everyone is qualified and skilled and all have different skills.  You will be offered an appointment with the most appropriate member of the team (not necessarily a doctor) to address your concerns.  If that professional has any concerns they will discuss you with one of their colleagues.

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