Bideford Medical Centre
Constructed in 1972 by Devon County Council the surgery was the second purpose-built medical centre in Devon . Until 1989 the Wooda, Stanhope and Hill and Medway practices coexisted at this site, at which point the latter two merged to become Bideford Medical Centre and purchased the building from the Secretary of State for Health. Bideford Medical Centre has since undergone three major re-developments in order to provide the local community with a high quality modern and comfortable medical centre.
We welcome patients who live within the boundary of the Practice area to register with us. A map of the Practice area is available at Reception or please see the following page on our website: www.bidefordmc.com/practicearea.php
The Doctors at the Medical Centre provide general medical services, health promotion advice and non general medical services.