We offer excellent modern health care delivered in a traditional way. We provide comprehensive care and expertise to the highest standards, to help you deal with all your health care needs. We pride ourselves on our holistic approach to health care and offer many specialist clinics.
We function as a strong clinical team, and have over 130 years experience between us. We believe continuity of care is important and we work hard to ensure that you see the right clinician at the right time, with the right skills to meet your needs.
These services are available to you - please talk to one of the doctors or nurses at the practice.
Both of our doctors are trained to carry out minor surgical procedures in the practice.
The practice is committed to developing the role of the nurse and health care assistant, in order to give you the best possible service. We are fortunate enough to have very experienced nurses who have received specialist training. Our nurses off a wide range of services;
- Heart disease
- Asthma/ COPD Care
- Diabetes Reviews
- Immunisations for adults and children
- Sexual health, including contraceptive advice and cervical screening
- Healthy lifestyle advice; smoking, alcohol, diet and exercise
- Carers/support group
- Ear Syringing
- NHS Travel Vaccinations
The practice is pleased to receive health visiting support to advise and help families. If you need to contact a health visitor, they are based at the West Exe Children's Centre, Cowick Street, St Thomas, Exeter, EX1 1HL. Telephone: 01392 453440
The practice supports the right of women who are pregnant to choose to have their care provided by the practice, the midwife or a combination of both. The midwife, the nurses and the doctors work closely together to care for pregnant women who choose to register with us. Our nurses can also offer full contraceptive advice to ensure a healthy pregnancy. To see your midwife, please phone 01392 405111
Our nurse practitioners provide expert support if you are experiencing anxiety and/or depression. You can contact the Community Anxiety and Depression Service on 01392 675630 to arrange an assessment.
The Community Support Team support people with long term health problems who require extra health and social support at home. The service comprises of nurses, health care assistants, occupational therapists and social workers. Angela Laidlaw is the lead for the area and can make arrangements for nurses to visit you at home if you are too ill to attend the practice.
To contact your district nurse please phone 01392 676670.
To book an appointment please telephone 01392 269452 between 9.00 – 5.00 Monday – Friday you will need to have your NHS number to hand. Waiting times are normally about 6 - weeks.
Medical Education, Medical Students & Research
This is a Training Practice and you may be offered an appointment with a GP Registrar. These doctors are fully qualified and will have had experience in several hospital specialties. They are completing their specialist training to take up a career as a GP.
In addition we teach medical students and sometimes you may be asked to see the doctor or nurse with a student present. You will always be asked beforehand if this is acceptable and you may ask for the student to withdraw if you prefer to have your consultation in private. This practical experience is a key feature of the medical student's training and by allowing students to sit in you are playing an important part in training the doctors of the future.
Should you not wish to have a student present this will not affect your treatment in any way.
We are also a Research Practice and sometimes recuit patients for research studies supported by the NHS Primary Care Research Network. All studies have been approved by an NHS Reasearch Ethics Committee. If you are invited to participate in reasearch there is no obligation to do so. If you decline this will not affect your treatment in any way. Anonymised patient data may be used for research that is in the best interests of patients and the NHS as a whole. You cannot be personally identified from such data.
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