Morning Surgeries start at 8:30am and afternoon surgeries at 2.00pm.  Appointments can be made by starting an eConsult, booking at reception, calling the surgery on 01598 753226 or via our online appointment booking system. Appointments are at ten minute intervals.

Telephone Advice
Sometimes a telephone call will avoid the need for a consultation. If you wish to speak to a doctor, please ask the receptionist to request that the doctor calls you back. It would be helpful if you could indicate the degree of urgency.

Cancelling your Appointment
If you are unable to attend an appointment with one of the doctors or nurses, please telephone or use the link at the bottom of this page to cancel your appointment.

By giving us as much notice as you can you are helping us to make sure that someone else is given your slot.

Attached to Lynton Health Centre is our nurse led minor injuries service.   Contact telephone number:  01598 752520 (Weekends Only)


Opening Times                                                  

Monday to Friday 8am - 6pm                                          

Saturdays & Some Bank Holidays 11am - 4pm

The nursing team can see, treat and discharge the following conditions in patients over the age of 2:

  • Sprains & strains to foot, ankle, wrist, knee, mild neck/shoulder pain following acute injury
  • Ticks
  • Bites & Stings
  • Minor allergic reactions
  • Minor head injuries                                         
  • Minor thermal burns
  • simple cuts & grazes or splinters
  • foreign bodies in eye/ear/nose
  • Boils/carbuncles/skin infections
  • Bladder infection (not male)

Problems that we would not be able to deal with include:

  • Dental problems/dental pain/infection
  • Holiday makers requiring ear syringing or who have forgotten medication
  • chronic problems such as back/joint pain that has existed longer than a few days and not associated with recent injury.

Serious problems such as severe asthma, chest pain, fractures (we have no xray facility), road traffic incidents, serious traumatic wounds or multiple injuries, should be seen in A&E or call 999.

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