Receiving secure encrypted emails from the Practice
If the Practice corresponds with you individually via email, and where those emails contain details of your health care, we will send an encrypted email to you to make sure that the contents of the email are secure.
Please click on the link for a guide to encrypted emails and how to open them;
Guide to accessing encrypted emails
September 2018 - Changes to the appointments system
As from Monday 17th September we will no longer offer routine book-on-the-day appointments.
Patients will now be offered;
- Pre-bookable routine appointments
- Pre-bookable routine telephone consultations
- E-Consult (available from this website without pre-registration - guaranteed GP response by the next working day)
- Patient Access (register at reception with two forms of ID)
You an still receive a telephone call from our 'on-the-day' team - if your query is urgent
Brunel Medical Practice
Welcome to Brunel Medical Practice
Brunel Medical Practice was formed in 2006 by the merger of the Kirkham Medical Practice and The Medical Practice, St Marychurch, becoming the largest practice in the Torbay area.
We are a friendly practice with 8 GP partners, 3 salaried GP's and 12 nursing staff, from practice nurses to phlebotomists. Our experienced and helpful administrative staff are spread across our three sites in Babbacombe, St Marychurch and Shiphay.
As a training practice, training 2nd and 5th year medical students as well as providing registrar training on a six month rotation, we are instrumental in the development of future Doctors and Consultants which is something we are very proud of.
We are also a research practice and our patients have the opportunity to become involved in clinical trials.
We also specialise in a number of areas such as patients with learning disabilities and dermatology.
We hope you enjoy our website and find it useful.
Brunel Medical Practice
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For information about changes to our telephone system and the prescription collection times, please look in Latest News.
For information about changes to the way repeat prescriptions can be ordered - especially if a pharmacy orders medication on your behalf - please click on Prescriptions and follow the link to Prescription requests via your pharmacy.
Please visit our latest news section for new and current information about the practice.
(Site updated 14/02/2019)