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Okehampton Medical Centre, East Street, Okehampton EX20 1AY

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North Dartmoor Mental Wellbeing Drop In

Posted: 28th July 2022

Every Saturday, from 10am-12pm, there is now a Mental Wellbeing Drop-In at Okehampton Medical Centre. We are aware that some people find weekends difficult for their mental health, so the new Drop-In will be held every Saturday morning.

There will always be a warm welcome, someone to talk to, and a cuppa for anyone who wants to come.

Our June/July 2022 Newsletter is out now!

Posted: 12th July 2022

Read about:

-Klinik - our new online triage system
-Dispensary Eligibility
-Enhanced Access Survey
-Cervical Screening Awareness Week

And more...

Pick a copy up from our waiting rooms, receive one with your prescriptions, or access our online version on this website.

Virtual HOPE Programme for people living with Long Covid

Posted: 7th July 2022

This is a multiple-session online course, on the dates of 24th August 2022, 21st September 2022, 19th October 2022, 9th January 2023 and 6th February 2023.

It covers topics such as:
- Self management for long COVID
- Coping with stress, change and shifting your thinking
- Managing setbacks

Please select 'view full news item' for more information

HOPE Programme - Long Covid - Poster (pdf)

Face Mask Guidance Update

Posted: 23rd June 2022

-Most patients/staff/visitors are no longer required to wear a mask but may choose to do so.
-Patients with respiratory symptoms/suspected covid are still required to wear a mask.

Please ask on arrival if you would like one and do not have one.

KLINIK: OUR NEW ONLINE CONSULTATION SERVICE

Posted: 1st June 2022

Contact us online

Get help from your GP with Klinik! You can submit any medical query, including an appointment request, or send feedback and admin requests.

Please let us know what you think of our new online triage system.

Access Klinik here

Information Update - Blood Tests

Posted: 7th April 2022

*Please do not book or request blood tests unless you have been specifically advised to do so by a GP or another clinician at the practice.

*HCA’s and phlebotomists cannot request any bloods without prior clinical assessment.

Thank you