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The Wooda Surgery is a group practice offering a wide range of medical and nursing services. The team also includes district nurses, midwives and health visitors on attachment from the local trusts.

We welcome new patients living within our practice area (for details contact reception on 01237 471071 The surgery is purpose built and there is a pharmacy (leased to Lloyds Chemist) on site.

We really value our patients'  feedback on all aspects of the services we offer. We are looking at a wide range of ways to feedback information to us. For example it could be as simple as being part of an e-mail group. We would particuarly like to hear from you if you use the surgery reguarly or if you have a long term health condition, a parent of a young family, have a mental health condition or are over the age of 75.

There are parking facilities for patients on site but these are limited and we would ask for your co-operation in parking within the areas marked out. Please be aware that parking is prohibited in Ethelwynne Brown Close and this is monitored by the local council. There is a large public car park adjacent to the surgery on Barnstaple St.

 

With effect from 1st April 2013, the practice is regulated by the Care Quality Commission, for more information please go to www.cqc.org.uk

 

 

(Site updated 27/08/2014)
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We need patients' views to improve our services. If you are willing to be part of a patient paticipation group please contact us on the main surgery number (see home page)

There is always a doctor available 24 hours a day 7 days a week. Please telephone 111 when the surgery is closed if you need non urgent medical advice or treatment.

999 should be used for emergencies only

 

 

 
 
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