Car Parking Information

Please be advised that, for the foreseeable future, we only have parking spaces for disabled patients who have a blue badge.  Parking is available at Sainsburys, Monday Market Street and Sidmouth Street.

Thank you, in advance, for your co-operation in this matter.

St James Surgery

Local Health Services and Referrals

Directory of Local Services

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You now have the option of referring yourself to the

Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy Outpatient Service

 Physiotherapy Self Referral Form

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Many common illnesses, aches and pains can be treated at home with the help of your local pharmacist, without the need to consult your doctor.

A late night pharmacy is available at Morrisons, Monday to Thursday until 7.00pm, Friday until 8.00pm and Saturday until 7.00pm. 

The Duty Chemist on Sunday is usually Boots the Chemist, which is open between 10.00am and 3.00pm. 

NHS 111

This is a free to call number available 24 hours a day, every day of the year.  it is a single point of access for urgent care when the patient's condition does not warrant a 999 call.

NHS 111 can:

  • Dispatch an ambulance
  • Give health advice and information
  • Direct you to the most appropriate local service

Only call 999 in an emergency.  Chest pains and/or shortness of breath constitute an emergency.


Trained medical staff are on hand to advise you over a wide range of problems. 

  • Health concerns for you or your family
  • Local health services
  • What to do if you are feeling ill
  • Self help and support organizations 

The nearest NHS walk-in centres are in:


Riverside Health Centre, James Street West, Bath, BA1 2BT


Clover Centre, Great Western Hospital, Marlborough Road, Swindon, SN3 6BB

Swindon Health Centre, Carfax Street, Swindon, SN1 1ED


Salisbury Walk-In Centre, Avon Approach, Castle Street, Salisbury, SP1 3SL


Devizes Leg Club and COVID-19

 16th March 2020

In the light of efforts being made to limit the spread of the Corona Virus, we have today made the following decision.


With immediate effect, only patients requiring leg ulcer treatments, or treatments of an ongoing leg condition, will be offered an appointment at the Devizes Leg Club.  These appointments will be pre-booked directly with the patient who will be offered an appointment with one of the Leg Club Clinicians.  We will be suspending the ‘turn up and wait’ service until further notice. 


Patients that are offered an appointment are encouraged to arrive at their allocated time and, where possible, not to arrive early or late. 


Leg washes will no longer be available.  Patients are advised to make alternative arrangements to maintain their legs, perhaps enlisting the support of family members or friends to assist where possible.  If a patient experiences any deterioration in the condition of their legs, they should telephone Karen Fletcher on the above number who will arrange for their leg to be assessed by a Clinician at the Leg Club.


For the time being, Dopplers will still be available through pre-booked appointments only.


Refreshments will not be available as we will be limiting the number of volunteers at the Club. 


These arrangements are subject to change pending advice from the Government/ Public Health England.  We will endeavour to keep you updated as best as we can but if you have any concerns and or require any further information, please do not hesitate to contact us:


By Phone:  01380 812500

By email: or


We will update the surgery websites with any changes and would encourage you to check your surgery website for updates.


We would like to thank you for your support in working with us to reduce the risk of infection.  

Drop in Leg Club sessions - no appointment needed (please see above latest information)  Leg Club Information is currently being replaced with the above information.

Leg Club Information

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Walk in Sexual Health Clinics - no appointments required!

Sexual Health Clinic

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Assistance for Older Persons, offering impartial advice and access to other services and information

Older Person's Team

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