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doctor_exam_babyClinics & Services

Community Connector

Katie Blackmore is South Molton Medical Centre's Community Connector. She can help connect you to services that support:

  • Local Social and Exercise Groups
  • Health / Fitness
  • Mental Health
  • Debt and Financial Issues
  • Help at home (paid for services)
  • Carers
  • Dementia
  • Social Care
  • Job Seeking

Katie is available Monday - Wednesday, 9am - 1pm. To book an appointment you can email, telephone 01769 573101 or complete a leaflet at the Medical Centre and hand it in to reception.

First Contact Physiotherapist

Rob Sandbach is an Extended Scope Physiotherapist and is our First Contact Physiotherapist  with expertise in the assessment and management of Musculoskeletal (MSK) conditions. If you have a problem that affects your neck, back, bones, joints or muscles you can book a telephone consultation with Rob.

Well Person Healthcheck

These are carried out by the healthcare assistant and include checks for raised blood pressure, kidney disease and diabetes as well as advice regarding weight, diet and smoking. Cervical smears, blood cholesterol and ECGs are offered when appropriate.

Breast Screening

All female patients aged between 47-73 years will automatically be invited to attend the mobile breast screening unit at South Molton every 3 years. If you have concerns and queries about the service, please discuss them with your doctor or one of the Practice Nurses.

Phlebotomy (blood tests)

We offer blood taking appointments to patients every day of the week.

Appointments with our Healthcare Assistants are available Monday and Tuesday from 8.10am to 6.30pm, Wednesday and Thursday 8.30am to 5.00pm and on Friday until 12.30pm and can be made up to 4 weeks in advance. Patients requested by their GP to have a more urgent blood test may be offered an alternative appointment where necessary.

Smoking Cessation Help

Appointments are available with our healthcare assistants for help to stop smoking.

Travel Immunisations/Vaccinations

Please make an appointment at least eight weeks in advance of your holiday to ensure adequate cover. A charge will be made for certain immunisations and vaccinations which are not covered by the NHS. A list of these charges is held at reception.

Devon Carers Information

A carer is anyone who cares, unpaid, for a friend or family member who due to illness, disability, a mental health problem or an addiction cannot cope without their support.    To find out more call or visit 03456 434435

Depression and Anxiety Service - TALKWORKS

For people in North Devon who are 18 years and over who are feeling stressed, anxious, low in mood or depressed. Your GP can refer you or you can self refer by phoning 01271 335041.

Drug & Alcohol Services

Please make an appointment with a doctor if you would like to discuss these issues further.

EDP Drug & Alcohol Services is the registered charity that delivers Together Drug & Alcohol Service across the whole of Devon. They offer all sorts of programmes and activities to support recovery both for the individual and for their family, prescribing options and a needle exchange.
The service operates from four main Hubs in:




Newton Abbot

Contact Number: 0800 233 5444

Medical Examinations – not part of the NHS

We offer a wide range of medical examinations e.g. HGV, PSV and Insurance medicals. Your appointments for these MUST be made with your own Doctor. These are not covered by the NHS and we charge rates recommended by the British Medical Association. Up to date prices are available from reception. Doctors letters, holiday cancellations, Insurance forms, all carry a fee. Please check before booking an appointment or requesting completion of forms what your fee will be.

Tiverton Urgent Care Centre at Tiverton & District Hospital, EX16 6NT

Please click on this link for further information;

• This services is open every day from 8.00am – 10.00pm
• Specialist treatment with no appointment necessary or minor injuries and minor illnesses
• Access to diagnostics including x-ray and blood tests seven days a week
• Ability to see a GP until 10pm



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