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Devon Safeguarding Children Boards - if you are worried about a child please call 0345 155 1071 or out of hours call 0845 6000 388

 

We are an approved training practice.  Please read this information about Consultations with Medical Students.

 


 

Our normal opening hours are 8.30am to 6.00pm, Monday to Friday

Outside of these hours, if you have an urgent medical need which cannot wait until the surgery reopens, please ring NHS 111 where you will be assisted to receive the right care.

In an emergency when someone needs medical help to save their life dial 999.

 

Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm (AAA) Screening

If you are a man aged over 65 you are more likely to have an abdominal aortic aneurysm. That is why the NHS AAA Screening Programme invites men for screening during the year (1 April to 31 March) that they turn 65.

 

Men over 65 who have not previously been screened or diagnosed with an aneurysm can request a scan by contacting their local programme directly.

 

Phone: 01803 655441

email:  sdhct.AAADevon@nhs.net

 

For more information: AAA Screening

 

Breast Screening

This service is offered to women aged between 47 and 70 years. You will receive your first screening invitation by letter after your 47th birthday and prior to your 50th birthday. After this you will receive an appointment every 3 years until you are 70. After the age of 70 you can refer yourself directly on 01392 262600.

 

The mobile unit is situated at the Estuary Car Park, Imperial Road, Exmouth (behind the train station).  The most recent invitations were sent out in September 2015 and screening took place during January and February 2016.  If you did not receive an invite and would like to be seen then please contact the screening department direct on 01392 262600.

 

For more information: Breast Screening

 

 

Diabetic Eye Screening

 

The NHS Diabetic Eye Screening Programme (NDESP) aims to reduce the risk of sight loss among people with diabetes by the early detection and treatment, if needed, of sight-threatening retinopathy. More than 80 local programmes deliver screening across England.

 

 
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