Devon Square Surgery

Tel: 01626 332182

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  • Appointments

    Our receptionists will take your call between 8:30 and 18:00. 

    We offer a range of appointment types: 50% of our appointments are 'book on the day' appointments. 30% are pre bookable and the rest are reserved for telephone consultations. Telephone consultations can be booked well in advance if needed.

    Our surgery runs a personal list system, which means that wherever possible you will see the doctor of your choice. However, if that doctor is not available, you will be able to see one of the other doctors.

    Click here for the online appointments system 

  • Evening and weekend appointments

    Monday— Thursday Improved Access Service 
    We offer additional evening appointments for our patients. This is a requirement (known as Improved Access) where practices ensure that across the week Monday-Thursday that a practice in their area is open between 6pm-8pm. To access these appointments please continue to contact your registered practice. 

    The timetable for evening appointments is detailed below:

    Bovey & Chudleigh  - Monday—Weekly

    Devon Square  - 2nd & 4th Tuesday of each month 

    Cricketfield—1st, 3rd and 5th Tuesday 

    Albany  - 2nd and 4th Wednesday of each month 

    Kingsteignton  - Wednesday —Weekly - TBC  

    Kingskerswell & IPP  - 2nd, 3rd,4th & 5th Thursday 

    Buckland - 1st Thursday of each month  

    Weekend Improved Access Service

    We also offer weekend appointments at Cricketfield Surgery, Cricketfield Road, Newton Abbot TQ12 2AS

    Fridays -        6.00pm—8.00pm 

    Saturdays -   8.00am—6.00pm

    Sundays -      8.00am—2.00pm 

    The appointments offered are by pre-booked appointments by contacting your local surgery and booking ahead. You will be able to be seen by a healthcare professional during these extended hours, we will be offering appointment’s with a GP, Practice Nurse and Health Care Assistant . 

    This service is very different to the current out of hour’s service where patients contact 111 in an urgent/acute situation that cannot wait until their practice is open again on the Monday. For any acute illness please still continue to contact 111, this new service is just for pre-booked routine work and is not for acute/urgent/walk in situations. 

    Please note you will not necessarily be seen by a Clinician known to you from your practice. 

    Consent 

    ‚ÄčTo ensure that the Clinician you see has full access to your medical records, when you book your appointment the Administrator will ask you to consent to sharing your medical records. Once consent is gained the clinician seeing you on the day is the only person who will have access to your medical record, this consent is valid for 28 days from the appointment date. It is essential that consent is gained for you to be able to have the appointment. If you feel you do not wish to provide consent then it will not be suitable for you to book the appointment. 

    Thank for you your co-operation and support and we hope you make full use of this new service. 

    Parking at Cricketfield Surgery:
    The surgery car park is for staff only. However there is a public car park right next to the surgery. This car park does charge but it is free on Sundays.

  • Telephone Consultations

    We now offer the convenient option of speaking to your Doctor by phone, saving you having to come into the surgery.

    If you wish to have a phone consultation, please be prepared to let the receptionist know a few details of what you wish to discuss, so that the doctor is able to prepare for the call.

  • Booking an Appointment with the Practice Nurse or Health Care Assistant Team

    We also offer appointments to see our Practice Nurse and Health Care Assistant Teams, below are some of the services they offer.

    To book these appointments you will need to contact the surgery, either by phone or come into reception; these appointments can be booked up to four weeks in advance.

  • The Practice Nurse Team

    We have three Practice Nurses; Clare, Karen and Susie. They remove stitches, perform dressings and wound care, cervical smears and ear syringing. They help with the management of chronic disease such as asthma, diabetes, stroke and heart disease. They also offer advice on and carry out childhood and travel immunisations and vaccinations.

  • The Health Care Assistant Team

    Our health care assistants are Sharon and Lynne. They do blood tests,  blood pressure checks, and  ECG's, as well as running the stop-smoking clinic.