Bideford Community Hospital was built in 1924 and extended several times, with the latest extension opened in 1994. Many different consultant out-patient clinics are held here, including general surgery, urology, orthopaedics, ophthalmology, gastroenterology and cardiology.
Wooda Surgery is based in East the Water beside Clarence Wharf. The surgery provides a variety of services including Adult Vaccination & Immunisation, Carers' checks, Cervical Screening, Child Health Surveillance, Childhood Examinations & Immunisations and Long Term Conditions Management.
Torridge, North, Mid and West Devon Citizens Advice (TNMWD) is a local charity that provides free, independent and confidential advice on all subjects to members of the local community that require it. In particular to ensure that no-one suffers through lack of knowledge of the rights,
Alabaré provides supported housing for homeless adults who need support to move into independent living, and floating support to adults living in their own accommodation, to prevent homelessness. In Bideford, Charis House provides accommodation for 9 people who are homeless and have complex needs as
The North Devon Link Mental Health (Social Care) Service is a network of inter-related community services, facilities and projects spanning the entire North Devon/Torridgeside area, designed to provide a comprehensive range of social, leisure, support, guidance and educational opportunities for
Hartland surgery has been sited at 66 The Square in Hartland since 1948, the same year the NHS was founded. The surgery was out in the annex at the back of the building and accessed through the side gate, until the current building was converted in 1998, having previously been the doctors residence.
Northam Surgery's list of clinics and services include: Cervical Screening - with the practice nurse or the family planning nurse. Childhood Examinations & Immunisations - every Friday, unless stated otherwise with the practice nurses between 14:00 - 16:30. By appointment only. The practice runs a
We don’t think anyone in our community should have to face going hungry. That’s why we provide three days’ nutritionally balanced emergency food and support to local people who are referred to us in crisis. We are part of a nationwide network of foodbanks, supported by The Trussell Trust, working to
We provide supported accommodation for addicts seeking to maintain abstinence based recovery using mutual aid fellowships. We provide support and housing management with skilled and experienced staff. Our residents attend meetings of local mutual aid fellowships and are responsible for working their
"The Store" which was already in existence, became a registered charity in 2005. It was founded by former Torridge Poverty Action Group administrator and street worker, Joe Buckingham, assisted by Pauline Ravenscroft and Steve Toms of "The Storehouse Church" and provided around 70 free emergency
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
Bideford Jobcentre Plus deliver an extensive range of services to help employers to grow and develop their business we support economic growth and improve productivity by ensuring work always pays and people are supported to find and progress in work. We encourage the use of digital channels