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Time to Talk Day: 6th February 2020

Mental health problems affect one in four of us, yet too many people are made to feel isolated, ashamed and worthless because of this. Time to Talk Day encourages everyone to be more open about mental health – to talk, to listen, to change lives.

We know that talking about mental health can feel awkward, but it doesn't have to. This year, we're using the popular game 'Would you rather?' to help break the ice and get the conversation flowing.

CLICK HERE to learn more


The threat from coronavirus to our local population is currently extremely low and there is no need for alarm, however we do have the following advice if you have very recently been to China or in contact with anyone who has.

If you have an acute respiratory infection of any degree of severity including at least one of: fever, shortness of breath or cough AND you have lived in or travelled to Mainland China in the 14 days before onset of illness, please call NHS111 if possible rather than coming in to the surgery.

Under these circumstances, you are advised to stay at home if you are not too unwell whilst appropriate hospital transport can be arranged.

Even if you have no symptoms,  anyone who has had contact with a confirmed case of coronavirus in the last 14 days should be reported to the local health protection team immediately.  Again please do so via NHS 111 .

PARKRUN WALKING EVENT: Saturday 28th March

Parkruns happen every Saturday morning at 9am and we are delighted that Wycliffe Surgery is a Plymvalley Parkrun Practice.

We appreciate that running 5km may be a bit daunting for most people so walking events are arranged to get everyone involved. It is a wonderful community event and we welcome as many of our patients as possible to enjoy the experience with us. You can go at whatever speed you are comfortable with and there are always tailwalkers so you will never be alone. Dogs and children are also welcomed.

The next walking event at Plymvalley Parkrun is on Saturday the 28th March. Please join us! For more information visit the Parkrun Website

DISRUPTION to TELEPHONES 14th January 2020

3rd December 2019

Due to essential works, we will be experiencing disruptions to our normal service throughout the day on 14/01/2020 affecting all telephone calls. If you are unable to get through on the phone, please call 01752 424138 or email and we will get back to you as soon as we can.

Alternatively, you could submit and eConsult

We apologise for any inconvenience caused by this and our carrier assures us that downtime will be kept to an absolute minimum.

WELCOME to our new Barton Patients

2nd December 2019

A warm welcome to our new patients from Barton Surgery. We endeavour to provide you with our best possible care.

We also wish to reassure all our valued existing patients that we are working hard to minimise the impact of a sudden expansion in our list size.

We are excited about the future of the Surgery and remain commited to excellent patient service and compassionate care. 


28th October 2019

Due to a Primary Care Network Meeting involving all practice staff, we will be closed next Monday afternoon 4th November from 12pm.

All urgent calls will be redirected to Devon Docs out of hours service. Please visit NHS 111 ONLINE by clicking here for self help information on all medical conditions

We apologise for any inconvenience caused. This is a mandatory meeting involving all staff of five local surgeries as directed by NHS England according to the new GP contract


16th October 2019

We hope you will find our new website easy to navigate and full of helpful information, resources and links.

We are working increasingly towards online based care and correspondence so you will note that we now have a number of online review forms including an online medication review which may save you from coming into the surgery if your condition or medications are stable.

We hope you enjoy the site and welcome your feedback.