• CARE QUALITY INSPECTION REPORT 2015 PUBLISHED ON THIS WEBSITE - view here The doctors and staff of the Barton Surgery welcome you to our website.We hope all our patients find helpful advice about our practices and the services we offer.
The Barton Surgery is the only GP practice in Dawlish and is situated in the upper part of the main car park in the town, adjacent to Dawlish Community Hospital. The Warren Surgery is a small branch surgery situated in the centre of Dawlish Warren and is open for part of every day, Monday to Friday.
We have 12,500 patients, mainly resident in Dawlish and Dawlish Warren, and the practice also looks after as many as 3,500 holiday makers who come to the area each year.
Barton Surgery is situated within a pay and display car park, owned and managed by Teignbridge District Council and is, therefore, outside of our area of control. There is limited free parking in the road and the surgery is a drop off point for the local shopper bus. There is limited parking at the front of the Warren Surgery. Both surgeries have suitable access for the disabled.
The Barton Surgery is fortunate to have a pharmacy located at the entrance to the surgery, run by Lloyds Chemists. The opening hours of this pharmacy are 08.00am – 6.30pm Monday - Friday.
The doctors of the practice offer a wide range of services, supported by nursing, reception and secretarial staff. The practice is also supported by health visitors, district nurses, midwives, community psychiatric nurse, and, with Dawlish Community Hospital being adjacent to the Barton Surgery; we have the use of their facilities.
The practice is a training practice and regularly receives medical students from the Peninsula Medical School. We also have F2 doctors and a registrar.
We have a great team here at Barton Surgery, our friendly informative staff will always help make each visit as pleasant
as possible. With experts working across the medical board, why not get to meet
the team before your next visit.
We know that medical conditions can be very personal, and for some making an appointment to visit a Doctor is far from easy. However they should never go untreated. Why not see if their is anything you can do to treat yourself, and get on track to recovery.