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Survey about the future of children’s services

Parents, carers, health professionals and community groups who work with children are being urged to take part in a survey about the future of children’s services, including school nursing, mental health and additional needs.

The survey forms part of a final push to get people with experience of these services to give their views and influence the shape of the contracts that will be tendered in the coming months.

Further information, including the report, is being updated regularly on Northern, Eastern and Western Devon CCG's website.

Take part in the survey .


Latest news and events


Torbay Hospital consultant to jointly lead important national review
Dr Mike Swart has been appointed to jointly lead a national review of anaesthetic and perioperative medicine.

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Newton Abbot Minor Injury Unit x-ray services available this bank holiday weekend
Reminding local people and visitors to the area that x-ray services are available August bank holiday weekend at Newton Abbot’s Minor Injury Unit (MIU).

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Newton Abbot Community Hospital

CQC inspection brings ‘Good’ news
Care Quality Commission, the organisation that monitors the quality and safety of health care services, has assessed Torbay Hospital’s urgent and emergency services (including the Hospital’s Emergency Department) and the medicine specialties as ‘overall Good’

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Torbay Hospital welcomes health minister
The Secretary of State for Health, Jeremy Hunt, visited Torbay Hospital 3 August to hear first-hand about the progress being made on safe and effective care.

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Health Minister visit


View all the latest news, press releases and events from Torbay and South Devon NHS Foundation Trust in our archive.


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