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Named GP

Every patient has a named GP responsible for overseeing their care.  If you are unsure who your named GP is please ask.

Family & Friends Test (FFT) 


Changes to our On-line Services


Out of Hours

To contact a doctor when the surgery is closed at weekends and between the hours of 6.30 pm and 8.00 am Monday to Friday, please telephone NHS 111 (dial 111 from your phone for free) and your call will automatically be forwarded to the Somerset Out of Hours Medical Service

Telephone Advice

If you need to speak to a doctor or nurse on the telephone, please telephone (Williton 632701) and speak to the Healthcare Co-ordinator about your needs. We do not interrupt GP consultations except in an emergency.

Training Practiceconsultation

West Somerset Healthcare is a training practice with two qualified GP Trainers within our team and we are committed to the professional development of our team. The practice closes one afternoon each month for training purposes to help us ensure that our clinical skills are kept up to date.

Most of the time there is GP Registrar, a recently qualified doctor, attached to the practice team. They are here to build on their training, to become General Practitioners, under the supervision of the partners.

In addition, medical students and nursing students attend the practice from time to time. We hope that you will co-operate with us and help the students to learn about general practice. However, you will be informed of their presence in advance, and if you do not want them to be present at a consultation, your wishes will be respected. This will not affect your treatment in any way.

As part of our education activity the doctors sometimes make video recordings of consultations; this will not be done without your consent.

If you are a doctor looking for a training placement please contact us for an information pack about our practice, which will give you more specific detail.

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