ADVANCE NOTICE – Practice Closure – 18th June 2024

The Practice will be closed on Tuesday, 18th June 2024 from 12:00 to 18:30. The Closure afternoons are for protected training / learning time for the Castle Place Practice Staff. Pre-booked appointments in the morning up until 12:00 will go ahead as planned. The Surgery will be open as normal on Wednesday 19th June 2024

Contact us via AccuRx, using one simple form, for all your medical and admin needs.

Welcome to Castle Place Practice

Entrance to surgery

We have made positive changes since last year to make it easier to contact the Practice. We still offer the same friendly service with a named GP for all our patients and we have a large team of clinicians with specialties in a range of areas.

The new system is designed so that you will only have to contact the practice once for any query and you will receive the same service whether you contact us online or by phone.  This means that when you call by phone the Reception Team will ask the same questions as on the online access and complete the form for you.  If you prefer to complete the online form (open from 8:30 am to 3:00 pm working weekdays) it is important to write as much detail as you can.  This information is then sent to our team members, including a GP, and we will either help you the same day or arrange an appointment for you.  

We work closely with our local pharmacies and the pharmacists are skilled in treating many minor conditions, and this improves access at the Practice for more serious complaints. Please consider checking out our “self help” tab before contacting the Practice.

Royal Devon University Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust

We have an excellent team of Practice Nurses, Nurse Practitioners, a Paramedic, Pharmacists, Physiotherapists, Mental Health Practitioners, Social Prescribers and Care Coordinators. Each department of Health Care Professionals provides specialist care alongside support from our regular GP Team. These Practitioners are all highly skilled and enhance the care that our doctors provide. We are also training undergraduate and postgraduate clinicians and all are supported by our usual GPs.

We hope that this single access is helpful for you and if you have any feedback please click on the “have your say” button or complete a “friends and family” form in the reception.


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