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Appointments
Morning Surgeries start at 8:30am and afternoon surgeries at 2.00pm.  Appointments can be made by booking at reception, calling the surgery on 01598 753226 or via our online appointment booking system. Appointments are at ten minute intervals.

Telephone Advice
Sometimes a telephone call will avoid the need for a consultation. If you wish to speak to a doctor, please ask the receptionist to request that the doctor calls you back. It would be helpful if you could indicate the degree of urgency.

Cancelling your Appointment
If you are unable to attend an appointment with one of the doctors or nurses, please telephone or use the link at the bottom of this page to cancel your appointment.

By giving us as much notice as you can you are helping us to make sure that someone else is given your slot.

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TALKWORKS

Is the way that you are feeling affecting your daily life? Are you struggling to cope, feeling low, anxious or overwhelmed by your thoughts and feelings? Are you living with a long term health condition that is making you feel tired, frustrated and worried? You are not alone and we can help.

 

We are a free, confidential, NHS talking therapy service (previously the Depression and Anxiety Service), helping you to feel better and giving you the tools and techniques to improve your mental and physical wellbeing.

 

You can self-refer direct to TALKWORKS:

Call 0300 555 3344 or complete the online form on our website

 

Watch our film to see how TALKWORKS can help you. https://youtu.be/Ek5j1zdzqFw

 

More information can be found at www.TALKWORKS.dpt.nhs.uk

 

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Long term health condition

Living with a long term health condition can be frustrating, tiring and worrying.

There are many challenges involved, especially when dealing with difficult or unpleasant symptoms, procedures or treatments. It’s understandable that this can cause people to feel down, stressed or just not their usual selves.

We know that people who have a long term health condition are more susceptible to experiencing low mood, anxiety and stress, or find it difficult to cope with their usual daily activities, which can make it even harder to manage their long term health condition well.

At TALKWORKS we have a dedicated Talking Health Team, consisting of experienced practitioners, who can work with people to help them manage the emotional difficulties that often go hand in hand with experiencing a long term health condition.

 

TALKWORKS is a free NHS talking therapy service offering proven psychological treatments to help people across Devon make changes that can help them live well with their long term health condition.

You can self-refer direct to TALKWORKS:

Call 0300 555 3344 or complete the online form on our website

Watch our film to see how TALKWORKS can help you. https://youtu.be/Ek5j1zdzqFw

More information can be found at www.TALKWORKS.dpt.nhs.uk

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Staff Training and Closure Dates

 The surgery will be closed for staff training on the following dates and times. We apologise for any inconvenience caused. Minor Injuries will remain Open. 

Thursday 4th April—Closed from 12.30pm

Friday 19th and Monday 22nd April—Closed

Thursday 25th April—Closed from between 1pm and 2pm

Monday 6th May—Closed

Thursday 23rd May—Closed between 1pm and 2pm

Monday 27th May—Closed

Thursday 20th June—Closed between 1pm and 2pm

Wednesday 3rd July—Closed from 12.30pm

Thursday 25th July—Closed between pm and 2pm

 

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