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On 1 July 2019 our clinical IT system will merge with that of Mayfield Medical Centre.  For this to successfully happen St Lukes Medical Centre will be closed ALL DAY to patients on Friday 28 June 2019 as part of the preparation for the merger.  The phones will also be switched off.  

However we will be providing medical assistance as follows:

  • If you have a life threatening condition you must dial 999
  • If you have a medical condition that requires assistance but isn't urgent please call 111.  
  • If you require emergency GP assistance only the phone message will ask you to call Mayfield Medical Centre on 01803 558257.  Our GPs will be working from Mayfield Medical Centre that day.

The surgery doors and phone lines will reopen on

Monday 1 July 2019 at 9am.

 We apologise for any inconvenience caused


E-Consults: take a look at the video explaining how it works

E-Consults is an online portal where patients can self check your symptoms and receive on line consultations from a GP within 48 hours of submitting a request.  Further information can be seen on video link below.  

The E-consults portal is available at the bottom of the home page

eConsult video

E-Consults Patient Information

Weekend appointments available.

Improved Access to GP appointments

Since July 2018 Brixham and Paignton Surgeries have been offering extended access clinics Monday - Thursday between the hours of 6pm - 8pm across GP sites.   

This service has now been increased to include appointments on Friday evenings, Saturdays and Sundays at Pembroke Surgery in Paignton.  These appointments are booked through St Lukes Medical for our patients.  Please read the document below for further information. 

Access to clinical appointments evenings & weekends

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