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You said, we did!  Following patient feedback we are pleased to be able to offer face-to-face GP appointments for non-urgent routine consultations. Call us on 01271 372672.

If your contact details have changed, please can you update Reception with the correct details for mobile, landline and email address if you have one.  Can you also please ensure that you let Reception know if you are unhappy for us to text you.

Please note that all our telephone calls are recorded for training and security purposes.


Dr Baljit Kalsi (m)

Dr Baljit KalsiPartner

BSc (Hons) MB, ChB, MRCGP

GMC 3299616

Usually Works Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays 

I graduated from Edinburgh University Medical School in 1988, moved to North Devon in 1990 when I started work in the North Devon District Hospital rotating in various specialities up until 1993 when I became a partner at this practice. I enjoy all aspects of family practice and feel privileged to be able to build upon my relationship with patients. I am interested in teaching and am a GP Trainer. I am married to Sarah and have two lovely children.

Dr Jane Sinclair (f)

Dr Jane SinclairPartner

MB.ChB. (Sheffield 1986) MRCGP DRCOG

GMC 3119851

Usually Works Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays

After graduating I completed my training for General Practice in Doncaster, working in a variety of specialities and then moving to Barnstaple in 1996. I have worked in several surgeries in North Devon and joined Queens Medical Centre in 2000. I enjoy all aspects of family medicine with a particular interest in female health problems and together with the nursing team provide a wide range of family planning services. Outside of work having brought up my family I spend time sewing and also enjoy running, walking and cycling in the North Devon countryside. 

Dr Robin Das (m)
Dr Tom Newth (m)
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