Monday – Friday
8.30am – 6.00pm
- Main telephone number
- - 01404 548544
- Appointments desk
- - 01404 540074
- Home visits desk
- - 01404 540070
- Results desk (2-6pm only)
- - 01404 540071
- Enquiries desk
- - 01404 540072
- - 01404 46621
Evenings and Weekends
*We will endeavour to answer calls as quickly as possible but inevitably, as with all large organisations, there will be busy times when waiting will be necessary. The telephone system will stack the calls in a queue and provide updates as to how many people are in front of you. These queues will be specific for the desk you dialled directly or the choice you made from the menu.
- Published on Monday, 27 October 2014 20:09
Has a vacancy for a
Medical Receptionist 16.5 hours per week
Pay scale £7.26 - £8.05 per hour
4 weeks annual holiday plus bank holidays, with the opportunity of joining the NHS pension scheme
We are looking for responsible and committed person with good communication and keyboard skills. Flexibility, a pleasant personality and the ability to work calmly under pressure and as part of a team are essential. Applicants should also have office experience or appropriate training.
Closing date for applications 12th November, 2014
Please download and complete the following documents and return to Lorraine Ritchie at the practice.
Dr. David Seamark & Dr. Daniel Murphy
- Published on Monday, 27 October 2014 20:24
Please could all patients on the list of Dr. David Seamark be aware that he and Dr. Danny Murphy job share and therefore both should be considered as your regular named doctors.
Open Evening at Honiton Surgery
- Published on Monday, 27 October 2014 20:21
Tuesday 11th November 7 PM
This is being organised by our practice Patient Participation Group
“Dementia Friendly Honiton” by Heather Penwarden
“Find out about the role of Devon Doctors” by Kate Lock
“The evolving role of Honiton Hospital” by Dr Justin Geddes
“Making the best use of your surgery” Drs Janet and David Ward
We look forward to seeing you
Health services in Devon are changing - drop in sessions
- Published on Saturday, 04 October 2014 14:11
From Northern, Eastern and Western Devon Clinical Commissioning Group:
Health services in Devon are changing
This includes changes in the way in which the following are provided:
- Community hospitals
- Community services
- Stroke services
- Minor injury units
- Walk-in centres
We would like to invite members of the public to a series of public meetings and drop-in sessions where you can find out more about these changes and how these
may affect you.
Wednesday 15 October 2014
Mackarness Hall, High Street, Honiton EX14 1PG
Wednesday 24 September 2014
Dunkeswell Village Hall, Dunkeswell, EX14 4QZ
Tuesday 30 September 2014
Feniton Sport and Social Club, Station Road, Feniton EX14 3DF
Details of all meeting dates and drop-in sessions can be found on our website here:
Listen To Your Gut
- Published on Saturday, 04 October 2014 12:28
Do you listen to your tummies, mummies? Watch this animation from Devon County Council to find out more about child illnesses and the effect of antibiotics on good tummy bacteria.
‘Save General Practice’ plea by GPs
- Published on Tuesday, 24 June 2014 23:00
Hundreds of thousands of patients will be asked to sign a petition produced by the Royal College of General Practitioners, calling on the four governments of the UK to save general practice. If you agree that more money should be allocated to General Practice, to enable General Practice to deliver:
- Shorter Waiting times for appointments and more flexible opening hours
- Longer consultations, especially for those with long term conditions
- More opportunity for patients to see a GP who knows them
- Better care co-ordination and planning
Please sign the petition on front desk at Honiton Surgery.
Change in GPs
- Published on Tuesday, 24 June 2014 22:02
Change in GPs.
We are sad to announce that Dr. Craig Barker has resigned from the Ward practice, as of the end of June 2014. We know that this news will come as a shock to Dr. Barker’s patients in particular due to several GP changes over the past few years.
Dr. Barker has not taken this decision lightly. He is leaving due to family commitments and will be moving back down to Cornwall. All the GPs and staff at Honiton Surgery wish him well for the future.
However we are pleased to welcome Dr. Zoe Ghosh and Dr. Sarah Pedrazzini who will look after the patients that are on Dr. Barkers’s list from the end of the summer.
Dr. Pedrazzini worked as a GP near Bristol and she is re-locating for family reasons. She joins us on Monday 15th September.
Dr Ghosh has been working as a locum for us over the summer to cover Dr Evans’ sabbatical. She joins us on Monday 13th October. We are delighted to confirm their permanent positions.
Whilst we are waiting for Dr Pedrazzini and Dr Ghosh to start in their permanent positions, Dr Barker’s patients will be covered by regular locums. Drs. Ghosh and Pedrazzini will be working closely together on a job sharing basis to provide continuity of care to their patients.
All patients with surnames starting A to M will be automatically registered with Dr. Ghosh
All patients with surnames starting N to Z will be automatically registered with Dr. Pedrazzini.
If you have any concerns about your registered GP, please contact the surgery.
Patient Experience Survey Results 2013/14
- Published on Sunday, 30 March 2014 20:23
For 2 weeks in November 2013, patients who attended the surgery were asked to complete a questionnaire on their visit experience. The results have been reflected on by staff members and by members of our Patient Group, and an action plan has been formulated to try to improve services in the areas we are falling down on. The poster summarises the results of the Improving Practice Questionnaire. Details on the outcomes of the Patient Survey and action plan can be found here
NICE - Spam email send out
- Published on Saturday, 15 March 2014 12:00
A spam email has been sent out to a number of email addresses informing recipients about a cancer diagnosis.
NICE is advising people who have received the email - the subject line of which is important blood analysis result - to delete it without opening it and not to click on any links.
Sir Andrew Dillon, NICE Chief Executive: "A spam email purporting to come from NICE is being sent to members of the public regarding cancer test results. This email is likely to cause distress to recipients since it advises that 'test results' indicate they may have cancer. This malicious email is not from NICE and we are currently investigating its origin. We take this matter very seriously and have reported it to the police."
Alert from http://www.nice.org.uk/newsroom/news/SpamEmailSentOut.jsp 13/3/2014
Your Medical Information
- Published on Thursday, 16 January 2014 22:15
NHS ENGLAND are organising a nationwide mail drop of leaflets to every home to inform the public about your information and how that information can help them provide better care
Confidential information from your medical records can be used by the NHS to improve the services offered so they can provide the best possible care for everyone.
The information along with your postcode and NHS number but not your name, are sent to a secure system where it can be linked with other health information.
This allows those planning NHS services or carrying out medical research to use information from different parts of the NHS in a way which does not identify you.
YOU HAVE A CHOICE
If once you have read the leaflet you are happy for your information to be used in this way you do not have to do anything.
If you have concerns or wish to prevent this from happening, please either collect a form (one for each patient) from our reception desk or download a copy here. Once signed please return to Honiton Surgery as soon as possible.
A good website to find our more information and for Questions and Answers is
There is a patient helpline 0300 456 3531 if you have any more questions