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February update: Proposed merger with Mayfield Medical Centre

We announced in January that as a result of a successful working partnership with Mayfield Medical Centre, the permanent contract holder for the provision of Primary Care services at St Lukes and Greenswood Medical Centre was taken over by Mayfield Medical Centre on 1 January 2019.

We are now in discussions about the proposed merger of St Lukes Medical Centre and Mayfield Medical Centre.  Furthermore, it is proposed that the whole surgery of St Lukes is moved to Brixham Hospital and the New Road site is closed.  We would like to ask your opinion regarding these matters.

Please click here for details about the proposed merger with Mayfield Medical Centre, including patient feedback questionnaire

Thank you to all our patients for their ongoing support.

New newsletter available in the surgery and on the website!

Weekend appointments available.

Improved Access to GP appointments

Since July 2018 Brixham and Paignton Surgeries have been offering extended access clinics Monday - Thursday between the hours of 6pm - 8pm across GP sites.   

This service has now been increased to include appointments on Friday evenings, Saturdays and Sundays at Pembroke Surgery in Paignton.  These appointments are booked through St Lukes Medical for our patients.  Please read the document below for further information. 

Access to clinical appointments evenings & weekends

E-Consults: take a look at the video explaining how it works

E-Consults is an online portal where patients can self check your symptoms and receive on line consultations from a GP within 48 hours of submitting a request.  Further information can be seen on video link below.  

The E-consults portal is available at the bottom of the home page

eConsult video

E-Consults Patient Information

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