The South Lawn Medical Practice
We are a friendly, dedicated team committed to providing excellent health care for you, your family and your future.
Our doctors and nurses take pride in offering the highest standard of patient-centred healthcare.We offer appointments for chronic disease care and offer a wide variety of other medical services such as antenatal and postnatal care, minor surgery, childhood vaccinations and well-person check-ups.
Our practice also takes part in high quality medical research, which helps to improve the health and wellbeing of the nation.
In addition to everything you need to know about the practice you will also find a wealth of health-related information in the menu on the right hand side.
Please have a look around and do send us some feedback if you like.
We had our visit from CQC (the Care Quality Commission) on the 29th July 2015.
We had four inspectors with us for the day - looking at how we run things, and talking to our patients and staff about their experiences.
We are delighted to have been awarded a "Good" Rating following the CQC Inspection. The report we have been sent is here: CQC Final Report
Thank you to everyone who gave feedback or came to speak to the CQC Team on the day.
NHS Friends and Family Test
Did you know that you can now leave anonymous feedback about our practice? There are forms and a ballot box in our waiting room - please ask a member of the reception team if you would like assistance with completing this.
If you wish to complete this short survey online, please press the "patient survey" button - results will be returned anonymously to the Practice.
Thank you for your help with this.
Please have a look at our latest Friends and Family Results below!
Friends and Family Results December 2015
Access to Medical Records
It will soon be a contractual requirement for patients to have access to information about their allergies, adverse reactions and sensitivities online. From October 2014 patients who use Systm Online have been able to access the above information from their medical record in addition to managing appointments and ordering repeat medications.
Please speak to a receptionist if you would like further information about registering to use online services.
Exeter Primary Care
This Practice is a member of Exeter Primary Care.
Because of funding cuts, demographic changes and workforce reduction, traditional General Practice partnerships will no longer be funded as before. In response to this challenge the 16 Exeter Practices have formed a company called Exeter Primary Care (EPC), to adapt imaginatively to the needs of our times.
We aim to:
- Maintain and develop high quality primary care services for the people of Exeter.
- Help the local community to improve their health and wellbeing, and to support patients when they are ill.
- Encourage people to use the wider health and social care system as efficiently and effectively as possible.
For more information please visit EPC’s website at www.exeterprimarycare.co.uk
The Premises have been designed to allow easy access for the disabled. All patient treatment and administration areas are on the ground floor. There are two ground floor toilets for the disabled. A loop system is provided in the waiting room for people with hearing difficulties. The receptionists are happy to provide assistance to people with vision or hearing impairment. Please let the receptionists know if assistance is required. Please see the "Improving Access" section of our website for more information.
If you use our online services to order medicine or book appointments, you can now use an app to view access your account via your smart phone.
Details about the app are available online — search for “SystmOnline—the patient health management app” . Or follow the link using one of the buttons below.
(Site updated 03/02/2016)