Organ Donor

The law around organ donation in England has changed.

All adults in England are now considered to have agreed to be an organ donor when they die unless they have recorded a decision not to donate or are in one of the excluded groups.

If you do not want to donate your organs then you should register your decision to refuse to donate. Remember to speak to your family and loved ones about your decision.


Dr Amy Todd (f)

Dr. Amy Todd joined the Practice in March 2010. Prior to her GP training she worked in hospital medicine for ten years. Dr. Todd has interests in Cardiology and Care of the Elderly. Having worked in Australia, Glasgow and throughout Devon, she is now happily settled in Exmouth with her young family.

Dr Todd works on a Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday plus alternate Fridays.

Dr Charu Bowen (f)

Dr Bowen graduated from the university of Sheffield in 2004; she went on to complete her GP training in London.  Having previously worked in specialities including ENT and Emergency Medicine, Dr Bowen has more recently focussed on Women's Health as well as teaching, both within the Practice and as part of Exeter University's Medical School.  Outside of the surgery, she enjoys spending time with her family, walking on the local beaches as well as kayaking and sailing.

Dr Bowen works mid week Tuesday to Thursday all day.

Dr Jonathan Hall (m)

Dr Jonathan Hall graduated from the University of Leicester in 2013 and then spent time working in Sussex before completing his GP training in Exeter. He has an interest in musculoskeletal medicine and is currently undertaking a part-time masters degree in sport and exercise medicine at Bath University. Dr Hall also works regularly as an out of hours GP for Devon Doctors. When not working, Dr Hall enjoys spending time exploring Devon with his young family and can often be found either swimming, cycling or running in preparation for the next triathlon!

Dr Hall works on a Tuesday morning, plus all day Thursday and Friday.

Dr Alex Gillies (m)

Dr Gillies works every Monday here at the Surgery.

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