Holsworthy Medical CentreTel: 01409 253692
Stratton Medical CentreTel: 01409 253692
(S) Stratton site
(H/S) Hatherleigh/Shebbear patients
We also offer early morning appointments every day (from 7:40am) should you require them. The doctors revise their surgery days every year in January.
Phone lines are open from 8.30 to 5pm and then divert to emergency lines. Reception is staffed until 6.30pm although doors will be closed at 6pm.
For patients who do not have access to a car or are unable to walk to the medical centre a number of options are available to you:
Holsworthy Rural Community Transport 01409 259001
A wheelchair and walker hire service is also available at £10 per week. www.holsworthyruraltransport or email info@holsworthyruraltransport.
Taxi companies covering Holsworthy and district:
Parkers Cars 07794 637143
A limited number of bus services do operate in and out of Holsworthy but please note that none of the services stop at the medical centre.
Reception is open each day as follows:
We also offer early appointments for both doctors and nurses should you require them. Please ask at reception to make an early appointment (from 7:30am).
Phone lines are open from 8.30 to 5pm and then divert to emergency lines. Reception is staffed from 7.30am until 6.30pm although doors will be closed at 6pm.
The practice offers appointments from 7:40am, Monday to Friday. These appointments may be with a Doctor or a Nurse, and can be booked in advance by telephone or using the online booking system.
Our nurses are also available for urgent appointments and minor injuries.
There is a full Out of Hours emergency GP service available to patients registered with our group even when our two sites are closed.
For more information about Devon Docs go to:
For information about Kernow Health go to:
For urgent advice and treatment:
call NHS 111 on 111 .
Always call 999 in an emergency. Chest pains and / or shortness of breath constitute an emergency.
If you have to contact the Out of Hours service through Devon Docs, Kernow Health or NHS 111 and you are advised to be seen at a treatment centre you may have a choice where you are seen. Please ask for your options at the time.
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