Royal Devon & Exeter
Information and advice for people waiting for treatment
It’s normal to feel anxious about a hospital procedure. Your appointment may have been delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and this may be causing additional worry for you and your loved ones.
Healthcare providers across Devon are working together to update MyHealth and add more useful information to support and help you whilst you wait.
MY CARE: Your Patient Portal
MY CARE allows you to access your medical record via a website or mobile phone app.
The patient portal will give you greater control over your healthcare by providing you with online access to particular aspects of your health record.
RD&E and NDHT integration
We are proposing to join together with Northern Devon Healthcare Trust (NDHT) to build on existing strengths and make a real difference to our communities and staff across Exeter, Eastern, Mid and Northern Devon.
RD&E Charity - Starfish Appeal
The RD&E Charity aims to raise £450,000 for the Starfish Appeal, to create a warm, bright and engaging space for children, young people and their families at our main acute hospital. The new interactive and multi sensory area will help children to alleviate anxieties, relieve boredom and benefit recovery, recuperation and rehabilitation. With your help we can make a real difference to the thousands of children who visit the RD&E Hospital every year.
NHS opens online COVID-19 vaccination bookings for 12-15 year olds
22 Oct 2021
Parents will be able to book COVID-19 vaccinations online for their 12-15 year old children from the end of today (Friday 22 October) with appointments available as soon as tomorrow, the NHS has announced.
People will be able to go online and check the National Booking Service to see if their local site has appointments to vaccinate children and young people, as the NHS COVID-19 vaccinat...
Celebrating Allied Health Professions (AHPs’) Day: a message from our Chief Executive
14 Oct 2021
Today is Allied Health Professions (AHPs’) Day, which aims to celebrate AHPs and showcase the impact they make to the NHS. Allied Health Professionals are the third largest workforce within the NHS. They provide a range of diagnostic, technical, therapeutic, and support services and help manage our patients’ care and improve their health and wellbeing.
In recognition of AHP Day, I spent ...