If you have been identified as someone at high risk of complications due to Coronavirus, and have therefore been sent a letter advising you to shield at home, you can … [continue] NHS Volunteer Responders service for shielding patients
Thank you to the many patients now using eConsult to contact our practice. Please continue to submit an eConsult instead of calling us to contact your GP or to request … [continue] Important information about eConsult
Some patients in Devon have reported receiving a test message with a code for a COVID-19 test when they haven’t contacted NHS 111. 111 have confirmed they have NOT sent … [continue] Possible Scam – COVID-19 test code text message
The latest edition of the Newtown and St Leonards Community Builder Update is available to read here.
You can still contact your GP, 111 online or call 111 for help. If you are told to go to hospital, you must go. We’ll give you the care you … [continue] NHS Open For Business: Help Us To Help You
The Government have launched a new website for patients to use to find out what support is available if you are affected by Coronavirus. You can use this website to … [continue] Are you struggling because of Coronavirus?
From now on, anyone who registers their COVID-19 symptoms and contact details with the NHS 111 online service will receive daily updates via text message from the NHS. The messages … [continue] NHS Text Service for Patients with COVID-19 Symptoms
Over 750,000 people have signed up to help out as an NHS Volunteer Responder so far, to help ease the strain on services during the COVID-19 outbreak. 1.5 million people … [continue] Volunteer to help the NHS!
COMMUNITY HELP IN ST LEONARDS. The SLNA has been contacted by many kind people who are prepared to help others in these difficult times. We therefore have a list of … [continue] Community Help in St Leonards
Due to Coronavirus – where appropriate – patient prescriptions will go onto repeat dispensing. What does this mean for you? Repeat dispensing means whereas if you currently place orders monthly, … [continue] Prescriptions
Due to Coronavirus, our phone lines are understandably extremely busy at the moment. To help with this, please use our online services, such as eConsult or the NHS app, if … [continue] Online Alternatives: eConsult and the NHS App
Please click here to read the latest edition of the Better Health Exeter newsletter for details of community-based health activities happening locally.
Don’t be alarmed that our website looks different – today we have launched the new Southernhay House Surgery website! All of the information held on our old website can be … [continue] New look website!
We are currently booking flu appointments for children aged 2-3 (born between 01/09/2015 and 31/08/2017), patients aged over 65 and patients under 65 who are in an at risk group. … [continue] FLU SEASON!
Devon Primary Care Networks (link to video provided by Devon CCG) 01.07.19 saw the formation of Exeter City Primary Care Network (PCN) We are a group of practices working together to provide … [continue] Exeter City Primary Care Network (PCN)
Patients in Exeter can now see a GP or a nurse 7 days a week as Exeter Practice join forces to provide increased cover at weekends and weekday evenings. Participating … [continue] Exeter General Practice Access for Weekends and Evenings