Cheriton Bishop and Teign Valley Practice

The Surgery, Yeoford Road, Cheriton Bishop, EX6 6JA

Branch Surgery - The Surgery, Layne Fields, Christow, EX6 7NY

tel: 01647 24272


Welcome to Cheriton Bishop & Teign Valley Practice

We are a busy rural GP Training Practice with four doctors and a GP Registrar. Our main surgery is at Cheriton Bishop and our Branch surgery at Christow. Our Practice Area covers approximately 80 square miles with 12 villages around the beautiful landscape in and around the Dartmoor National Park.

Our aim is to give a personal, caring, efficient and friendly service to all our patients. This not only includes the management of acute illness, but a proactive, holistic and sensitive treatment of all chronic diseases, and a fully structured preventative health program for all age groups.

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We have a webpage specifically for the latest advice and news, please follow this link: 

                                                            Corona Virus webpage

We remain accessible throughout the lockdown and are dealing with most problems via telephone and video consultations. Necessary appointments are triaged and patients seen with appropriate levels of protection to reduce risk.

Community Help

Each community on our patch has a plan in place and volunteers to help during the lockdown period. All prescription's for the over 70's are being delivered. Please see our corona virus page for details. Acorn's usual activities have ceased but remains active in supporting patients and can be contacted on 252701.

Our wellbeing co-ordinators are setting up a number of services during the lockdown period. Including

Video café -Support for those feeling isolated

Beating Health Anxiety - CBT / Mindfulness to help manage anxiety related to health during this period.

Mindfulness for wellbeing - Weekly group with guided mindfulness.

One to One Telephone Coaching - Individual support

If you are interested in linking in with these services please message your GP.

If outside surgery hours, dial 111 if you need urgent help and advice. If an emergency, dial 999.

Last updated 16th March 2020