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    The NHS in south Devon accepts the findings of the Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman (PHSO) report into the death of three-year-old Sam Morrish, which is published today (Thursday) . Organisations recognise that they failed Sam at each stage of his contact with the health service, and in subsequent investigations, and have apologised to his family. As a result of the case, they are well-advanced on plans for the NHS’s first integrated care ‘pathway’ for children... read more »
    One of Devon Doctors’ newest ‘projects’ continues to go from strength to strength. We assumed responsibility for Exeter’s Clock Tower Surgery in the autumn of 2012 and the outstanding and on-going progress that has been made since is evidenced in the latest KPI quarterly performance report. The Clock Tower was established in March 2000 in response to the national and local health care agenda to provide equitable access for all. As a prominent cathedral and... read more »
    Devon Doctors has been awarded the contract to support GP trainees through their training. This will see us offer them continuous employment as they move from one placement to another. GP trainees are put in a variety of placements during their three-year training, rotating through GP practices, acute and mental health trusts. In the past, each time they swapped placements, they needed to get a new contract. This led to numerous bureaucratic difficulties and made things complicated for the... read more »
    With the May bank holiday weekend fast approaching, Devon Doctors is reminding people where they can access medical help. We're also asking people to help themselves, as far as they can, with a bit of planning for any medicines they might need. Medical director Dr Chris Bastin said: “Devon Doctors provides urgent care in the out-of-hours period and bank holidays are our busiest time. “Choosing the right NHS service will free up our urgent service for those who need it most... read more »
    A Devon Doctors GP has written a book detailing her experience of walking all 630 miles of the South West Coastal Path.   And sales of Dr Kathryn’s Shore’s memoir, Keep the Sea on the Right – Walking the South West Coast Path in Winter, will raise cash for Dorothy House Hospice and Exeter Hospiscare.   “At the age of 14 on my first youth hostelling holiday, I saw the start of the South West Coast Path,” recalled Kathryn, who has worked... read more »


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