Newton Abbot Locality
Address: Grace House, Scott Close, Newton Abbot TQ12 1GJ Phone:01626 334411
Trainers: Dr Sue Smout, Dr Chay Thomas and Dr Jocelyn Glenton
We are a hard-working friendly team at Albany Surgery - dedicated to training. We have been a Training Practice for more than 20 years and our strap-line (thought up by one of our reception team) is "Continually working hard to maintain and improve our high levels of patient care".
Albany Surgery is based in a new purpose-built premises on the old hospital site in Newton Abbot. We cover Newton Abbot and some of the surrounding villages, with a wide range of patient demographics, covering all ages and socioeconomic classes, with a variety of health and social-care needs. As part of the "One Care Home, One Practice" we have our allocated Care-Homes and also have 2 supported-living Homes on our door-step.
Bovey Tracey Surgery (Riverside Surgery)
Address: Le Molay-Littry Way, Bovey Tracey, Newton Abbot, Devon TQ13 9QP Phone:01626 832666
Trainers: Dr Francesca Vasquez and Dr Ros Mills; Dr Tristan Oxenham (at Chudleigh site)
We are a rural practice formed in 1973 when a two-man practice working in Bovey Tracey formed a partnership with a single-handed doctor in Chudleigh. Since then the practice has grown steadily and now has a growing list size of 14,500 patients and covers over 100 square miles taking in many small villages and hamlets from Widdicombe in the Moor in the east, up to Manaton and Lower Ashton in the north, part of the Teign Valley and Haldon in the east and Sandygate, Teigngrace and South Knighton in the south.
We are fortunate in being able to offer excellent purpose built facilities at Tower House Surgery in Chudleigh which was built in 1992 and at Riverside Surgery in Bovey Tracey which was completed in March 1995 and further extended in 2016.
We are a research practice with a dedicated team overseeing this work and are one of the highest patient recruiting practices in the south west region.
We have been a teaching practice for many years and are fully committed to training doctors as GP; we also offer placements to student nurses and medical students and promote learning and development throughout the whole practice team. Dr Francesca Vasquez and Dr Ros Mills are both approved trainers and both our surgeries are approved sites.
Address: 1 Raleigh Rd, Newton Abbot TQ12 4HG Phone:01626 332813
Trainer: Dr Lucy Harris
Buckland Surgery is a small urban practice with a long history of training. Trainees quickly become an integral member of the team with their own "regular" patients.
The practice is high achieving: in QoF, CQC and we have excellent patient and trainee feedback.
Our practice is located just off the Penn Inn roundabout on the A380 so makes for an easy commute from all over South Devon.
If you'd like to know more, or come and meet the team please don't hesitate to contact Anika Bishop (practice manager) on 01626 332813 or Anika.email@example.com and we'd be happy to email you a typical trainee timetable (please note that timetables can be flexible to allow for individual trainee's needs).
Address: Cricket Field Rd, Newton Abbot, Devon TQ12 2AS Phone:01626 208020
Trainers: Dr Andrew Venning, Dr Emma Stubbs and Dr Kate Barnett
The practice is located in the centre of Newton Abbot, a flourishing semi-rural town with excellent shops, schools and cultural outlets which combine with a friendly atmosphere and beautiful countryside to make this a wonderful place to work and live. We are well situated on the training patch for easy access from the Bay/ A38 corridor/ Exeter and the Moors and have child care facilities close to the surgery if required.
The practice has a current list size of 10,500 and provides medical care for a number of local residential and nursing homes. We are part of South Devon and Torbay Clinical Commissioning Group and access the majority of our secondary care services at Torbay Hospital, with some services provided at the Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital. There is also a new community hospital in Newton Abbot providing in-patient and out-patient services for our patients.
We've been a training site for medical students for many years and for GP trainees since 2013 (although Emma has been a trainer in Dartmouth for many years prior to moving to Cricketfield). We've recently been approved for nursing training as well. We are a close team who work well together.
Devon Square Surgery
Address: 44 Devon Square, Newton Abbot TQ12 2HH Phone:01626 332182
Trainers: Dr Mike Lee, Dr Maggie Ross and Dr Sue Cronshaw
We are an established and welcoming practice which opened its doors to patients here in 1948.
Our list size of 8,700 has consistently grown year on year and our catchment area covers a wide cross-section of patient demographics.
The surgery is a well-maintained Victorian listed building in the centre of the old market town of Newton Abbot, and only a few minutes walk from Newton Abbot railway station. We are also easily reached by car via both the A38 and the A380.
We pride ourselves on the value of our team and its supportive nature throughout the whole surgery. This is reflected in the calm and welcoming atmosphere on arrival at the surgery. Many visitors remark on this aspect of the surgery.
Kingskerswell Medical Practice
Address: School Road, Kingskerswell, TQ12 5DJ Phone: 01803 874455
Trainers: Dr Paul Melling and Dr Anna Kennaird
We are a 10,600 patient practice covering relatively urban Kingskerswell /Newton Abbot out to rural villages around the Ipplepen area. Ipplepen has its own dispensary.
Kingsteignton Medical Practice
Address: Whiteway Rd, Kingsteignton, Devon TQ12 3HN Phone:01626 357080
Trainer: Dr Olivia Hussey
KMP is a moderate sized practice with approximately 10,500 patients, we are part of the Newton Abbot locality but the only practice situated in Kingsteignton, which was the largest village in Britain but has now become a small Town. We cover a large footprint from Kingsteignton to Newton Abbot, Bishopsteignton and up to Stover. We are one of the newer training practices having been training for about 10 years. We pride ourselves on being forward thinking, having used Nurse Practitioners,Practice Pharmacists and local charities within our patient care remit long before the national impetus towards these approaches