Closure - Thursday 25th February

Status The surgery will be closed from 12.30pm on Thursday 25th November for Staff Training.

If you require medical assistance, please ring NHS 111, by dialling 111. If you have a medical emergency please dial 999.

We will re-open as usual on Friday 26th February.

Dartmouth Hospital Minor Injury Unit (MIU) Closure

Responding to the temporary closure of the Dartmouth Hospital MIU, the Dartmouth Medical Practice (DMP) would like to reassure its patients that it is not our intention that any additional work undertaken in response to the closure will impact on our core general medical services: surgeries and clinics will not be cancelled. It is our intention to work with the hospital in delivering solutions to ‘plug the gap’ created by the closure, but this cannot include delivering a MIU within the practice.

Providing safe healthcare in the community is under pressure and Dartmouth is not immune to problems of recruitment and retention of staff. Accepting the need for flexibility in the delivery and receipt of healthcare will be necessary to overcome the current situation.
Further details will be available in the near future.



We are happy to introduce our website.

We think we have thought of everything! If not.... let us know so we can offer you the best possible care. We would be grateful if while you are here on the website you could visit our Patient Toolbox and update your personal and medical details. This will help us provide the best possible healthcare to all our of patients.

The GPs of Dartmouth Medical Practice.

Whats New...

FREE NHS Health Check
We are delighted to be offering FREE NHS Health Checks to patients between the ages of 40 and 73 (some 74 year olds will qualify dependent on birthdate) who do not currently have vascular disease including Heart Disease, Stroke, Diabetes or Chronic Kidney Disease. If you already have one of the above you will already be offered yearly checks.

Half of all of us will develop some form of Cardiovascular Disease in our lives. Cardiovascular Disease remains one of the biggest causes of premature death in the UK despite huge advantages in medical understanding. Catching the early signs can help prevent the rate at which Cardiovascular Disease may develop.

To book your check, please ring 01803 832212 and ask for a Health Check.

The Blog

The Website Blog is a new feature we have implemented. It allows several of the staff at the practice to write posts and also allows patients and the general public to leave comments. Please do take a look!


The Practice

Situated in the picturesque town of Dartmouth, which lies approximately 50 minutes from Plymouth & Torquay.

The practice comprises of 10 consulting rooms, one of which is downstairs with wheelchair access. There are three ground floor rooms for Practice Nurses and Healthcare Assistants, A Practice Managers Office, Admin Offices, Common Room and a Registrar / Medical Student Room. As well as staff and patient toilets, there is a disabled access toilet all equipped with panic buttons. A modern children's play area is situated on the ground floor of two comfortable waiting rooms.


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