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If you would like to comment on the care and service the practice provides to you, please do leave us a review and your feedback on NHS Choices!

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For free, confidential, health and wellbeing checks for carers, give DevonCarers a call on 08456 434 435 or see www.devoncarers.org.uk

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When We Are Closedtelephone_brown

Outside normal surgery hours the practice Devon Doctors On-call. This service has an out-of-hours treatment centre where doctors can see patients in an emergency. Home visits can also be arranged if necessary via this service.

If you need a doctor in a medical emergency for advice or treatment when the surgery is closed, please telephone 111.

You should only contact the number in a medical emergency and not for non-urgent problems that should be dealt with by arranging an appointment during normal surgery hours.

Please note that all contacts to the out-of-hours service are recorded and the patient's doctor is informed.

Local Walk-in Centres

The nurse-led Exeter Walk-In-Centres offer health advice and provides treatment of minor illness including emergency contraception. They are open as follows:

  • Royal Devon & Exeter Hospital open 7 days a week 07:00 – 22:00. Telephone  01392 406300. 
  • Unit 4, 31 Sidwell Street, Exeter open Monday - Friday 07:30 – 18:00, Saturday 08:30 – 18:00, Sunday 10:00 – 16:00. Telephone 01392 276892.

NHS Direct

Alternatively you can access urgent assistance by calling 111. A triage nurse will assess your situation and take appropriate action. This could simply be by offering advice or where necessary by making arrangements for you to be seen by a doctor.

In a genuine emergency you should call 999. Chest pains and / or shortness of breath constitute an emergency.  

 
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