Flu Vaccination Clinics starting
The flu vaccine is offered free of charge on the NHS to people who are at risk. This is to ensure they are protected against catching flu and developing serious complications.Click here to find out more
Flu Vaccination is recommended if you are:
Aged 65 or Over
A Person with Diabetes
A Person with a BMI ≥ 40
A CarerFlu Vaccination is recommended if you are:
In an at risk category.
A new version of the Patient Access service was launched on the 30 May. This version brings a redesigned user experience, simplified registration and sign in, support for EPS pharmacy nominations and an all-new self-serve support site. The new version will also allow proxy capability (allowing parents, carers and other users to act on behalf of another patient).
Some users are experiencing some difficulties with the redesigned service. Please click the button below to find out more about the changes and some frequently asked questions if you are having difficulties.
You can register in person at the surgery at any time during the surgery opening hours. You will need to bring documents confirming your identity and address (e.g. passport and recent utility bill).
Named Accountable GP
On registration you will be allocated a named doctor who will be responsible for your overall care. If you wish to know which doctor that is, then please contact the practice.Become a Patient
Amicus Health Practice Area
Opening TimesOut of Hours
Surgery opening hours are detailed above. Outside of these hours, medical advice and treatment is provided by the NHS 111 service.
If we are closed when you telephone the surgery, you will hear a recorded message telling you the Out of Hours Emergency number to ring.
There is a minor injuries walk in centre at Tiverton & District Hospital
More major injuries should be taken to the Accident & Emergency Department at Royal Devon & Exeter HospitalRead More
We would welcome your views on the service we provide, and any suggestions for improvement.