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.
Welcome to the Honiton Surgery Website. The information on this site can also be downloaded as a booklet www.practicebooklet.co.uk/honit
- Published on Tuesday, 21 April 2015 12:57
Vacancy for Practice Nurse - 16hrs per week (8.5hrs will attract a higher rate of pay). Pay range between £10.92 - £12.66.
For applications please download the following documents and follow the instructions on the letter, or contact Linda Jeffery 01404 548544 for an application pack.
- Application employment form
- Application letter
- Equal Opportunities Policy
- Honiton group Practice Profile
- General Practice Nurse 7.5 hrs
- Senior Practice Nurse 8.5 hrs
Closing date for applications Friday 1st May 2015
- Published on Saturday, 28 March 2015 11:15
The Surgery will be closed on
- Friday 3rd April 2015
- Saturday 4th April 2015
- Sunday 5th April 2015
- Monday 6th April 2015
When we are closed
- If you need an emergency doctor, please telephone 111 to access Devon Doctors on Call, the out of hours service.
- If you have had an accident, please go to M.I.U. at Honiton Hospital.
- To order your prescription - please post your prescription request through our letterbox
Please accept our apologies for any inconvenience this may cause
Patient Participation Group Annual Report
- Published on Saturday, 28 March 2015 11:12
You can download a copy of the 2014/2015 Annual Report here
- Published on Sunday, 25 January 2015 12:59
We are pleased to announce that patients registered with the Ward Partnership can now sign up to the ‘on line’ booking of routine blood appointments and repeat prescriptions.
For further information please ask for a leaflet at reception which will explain this facility and how to access it. Alternatively download the leaflet here. You must come into Honiton Surgery in person to register for Honiton Online
COMPUTER TECHNICAL PROBLEMS
Please note due to unforeseen circumstances the Seamark Partnership will be unable to offer remote ‘on line’ booking of appointments. We are working with our computer system supplier to rectify this as soon as possible. We will keep you fully informed of developments and apologise for the obvious inconvenience caused.
Thank you for your understanding in this matter
Sandy Wason Practice Manager
- Published on Sunday, 25 January 2015 12:57
We would like to clarify to our patients that we have two separate practices here at Honiton Surgery .
The smaller practice is known as the Seamark Practice and looks after just over 4,000 patients. The doctors that work in this practice are:
- Dr. David Seamark
- Dr. Sarah Evans
- Dr. Anne Saunders
- Dr. Siobhan Gillespie
- Dr. Daniel Murphy
The larger practice is known as the Ward Practice and looks after just over 12,000 patients. The doctors that work in this practice are:
- Dr. David Ward
- Dr. Fiona Short
- Dr. Janet Ward
- Dr. David Rampersad
- Dr. Justin Geddes
- Dr. Suzanne Ingram
- Dr. Jennie Button
- Dr. Charles Moody
- Dr. Sarah Pendrazzini
- Dr. Zoe Ghosh
- Dr. Beth de Sousa
Both practices share the staff and building resources.
We are keen for the patients to be registered with a ‘usual doctor’ in their practice and would hope that you are able to see your usual doctor for the majority of the time, in order to maximize continuity of care.
If you think a home visit will be required, please try and request this before 2.00pm on the day so that this is done by your own practice and preferably your usual doctor.
From time to time, for example when the doctor is on call or you are seeing a nurse, they will look after patients from both practices and so will have access to your medical records. Confidentiality will be maintained as is our normal practice.
Open Evening at Honiton Surgery
- Published on Monday, 17 November 2014 21:25
The Honiton Surgery Patient Participation Group was delighted with the 70 strong turnout for their open evening at the surgery on Tuesday 11th November. The dreadful weather seemed not to deter people from coming. Sandy Wason, practice manager, had to arrange extra chairs. The large audience was a tribute to the efforts of Mrs Serena Sexton, chairman of the group, and her team. Serena led the evening and welcomed Heather Penwarden, from the Memory Cafe, who talked about 'Dementia friendly Honiton' and Kate Lock from Devon Doctors on call who talked about how out of hours care was organised.
Drs Janet & David Ward talked about to make the best of the surgery and talked about ways patients could help the staff and clinicians following a survey of the staff. These included phoning for visits as early in the day as possible to allow care options to be better organised and trying not to run out of medication to avoid 'urgent' requests on a Friday afternoon.
Dr Justin Geddes talked about the commissioning of care and the evolving role of the community hospitals. Members of the audience took the opportunity to address questions to the speakers. The feedback on the slips patients were given appeared very promising and there was an appetite for further events.
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.
Change in GPs
- Published on Tuesday, 24 June 2014 22:02
Change in GPs.
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
Did you know as much as £5.5 million is wasted each year in Devon on unused medicines?
- Published on Friday, 15 November 2013 11:49
The same amount could pay for approximately:
- 730 heart bypass operations
- or 1,000 hip replacements
- or 2,235 knee replacements
- or 10,720 cataract operations
You can help us use this NHS money in Devon more wisely:
Look at your supplies – order only the items that you need.
Listen to the advice from your doctor, nurse or pharmacist and take all medicines as instructed on the label.
Tell your doctor, nurse or pharmacist if your medicines are not agreeing with you or you have stopped taking them.
Using the counterfoil of the prescription, tick only the medicines you need, and remember "tick in haste – medicines waste."
Open your bag of medication while at the pharmacy. If you have item(s) not requested, or surplus to your needs for the next month, please return these before leaving.