9 - 11 East StreetSouth MoltonDevon, EX36 3BZTel: 01769 573101
Dr Justin Bowyer
MBBS MRCGP MRCP
Normally available for consultations on Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday
Dr Simon Chappell
MB, ChB, MRCGP, DRCOG, DFSRH
Normally available for consultations on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday.
Dr Chappell is the Practice Lead for Nexplanon implant.
Dr Rebecca Geary
MB ChB MRCGP
Normally available for consultations on Monday, Tuesday & Thursday
Dr Christopher Gibb
BM (Southampton 1986) DA MRCGP DRCOG DPD
Normally available for consultations on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday
Dr Gibb is the Practice lead for minor surgery.
Dr Alissa Mihai
MB, BS, MRCGP, DFSRH
Normally available for consultations on Monday and Wednesday.
Dr Mihai runs a family planning clinic and IUD service.
Dr Mike Payne
MBBS, MRCGP, DCH
Normally available for consultations on Tuesday and Friday.
Dr Jonathan Pike
BM, BS, B MED Sci, MRCP, MRCGP
Normally available for consultations on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday.
Dr Kirsty Britten
BM, BSc, DFFP, MRCGP
Normally available for consultations on Friday
We are a training practice and hope to have with us, on a yearly basis, a fully trained qualified doctor who is gaining experience in general practice.
This is currently: Dr Karan Arora
When your doctor is on holiday we try to cover with our own doctors but there are times when we need to employ locum doctor help.
Normally available Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday as part of the Same Day Team.
Normally available Monday, Wednesday & Friday.
Sister Tracy SteeleNurse Manager
Sister Alison AndersonPractice Nurse
Sister Lynne McIntyrePractice Nurse
Sister Jenny BarnhamPractice Nurse
Practice nurses are qualified and registered nurses. They support patients with long term conditions such as COPD, Asthma and Diabetes. They also carry out a wide range of services such as wound care, immunisations, travel health, woman's health and contraception.
When booking your appointment it would be helpful if you could advise the receptionist staff what the appointment is for, this enables them to book your appointment with the appropriate member of our Nursing Team and the length of time required. This not only helps our Nursing Team but also ensures that the correct amount of time is allocated and you see the appropriate nurse for your treatment. Knowing what the patient is coming in for helps the nursing staff prepare beforehand and ensures the appointments are kept to time and that the clinics run smoothly.
Your co-operation is appreciated. Thank you.
Healthcare assistants carry out a wide range of daily tasks including spirometry, ECG, phlebotomy, lifestyle advice, support long term condition monitoring, blood pressure checks and ear syringing.
Maria HosegoodPractice Manager
Gill SquireFinance & HR Manager and PA to Practice Manager
Alison PetersOperations Manager
Carole HillReception Manager
Marilyn ColeAdmin Manager
Our receptionists are bound by the same rules of confidentiality as the doctors. They may need to ask you for further details when you telephone for medical advice - this is to ensure that we can assist you as speedily as possible.
Mick Osborne - Caretaker
Midwives Debbie Thorne & Gaynor Thorne and provide care for all pregnant mothers in co-operation with GPs and hospital consultants. You can have an appointment with a midwife, without seeing a doctor, and be referred to other health professionals if required. Debbie and Gaynor will see you at home or at South Molton Community Hospital at the weekly clinic, both before and after your baby is born, and will usually attend you during your labour.
Regular evening antenatal classes are held in South Molton Community Hospital. Messages can be left for the midwives at reception.
Antenatal /postnatal care and pre-conceptual counselling by appointment.
Our district nurses carry out a wide range of nursing care and advice to the housebound and patients recently discharged from hospital. They can be contacted at the South Molton Community Hospital on 01769 576352.
Our Public Health Nurses can be contacted on 0333 234 1904. Health visitors play a crucial role in giving new-born children the best start in life and support their families in being able to deliver this.
A health visitor is a registered nurse who has received training particularly related to babies, children and pregnant women. Their role is to provide families with children under five years old with support and advice around the general aspects of mental, physical and social wellbeing.
Mental health problems for the under 65 year olds - Riverside Community Mental Health Team by appointment through your doctor.
Mental health problems for the over 65 year olds - by appointment through your doctor.
Advice and counselling for patients with cancer at any stage and terminal care management. Please ring 01271 344248.
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