Well Leg Service


The Well Leg Service is the follow-up service for those who have been discharged with a healed leg ulcer from the Lower Limb Therapy Service (LLTS).

The service comprises regular clinical follow-up, and additional social input as required by the individual. Our LLTS nurses will book your appointment for the clinic as is required, and where beneficial can refer you to our Social Prescriber for support with health and social engagement.

Our clinics are running on a localised basis across the Trust’s area.

More on what we do

At clinics you can expect:

  • A re-Doppler assessment
  • A hosiery review
  • Specialist nurse advice
  • The opportunity to discuss referral to our social prescriber / information on how to access local activities

Our team

Karen Hetherington, LLTS Senior Clinical Nurse Specialist

Chloe Phare, Nurse Specialist

Laura Eggleton, Nurse Specialist

Isobel Pyle, Nurse Specialist

Neil Hanson, Nurse Specialist

Megan Hoare, Nurse Specialist

Carolyn Hunt, Nurse Specialist

Claire White, Clinical support worker

Sonya Coles, Clinical Support Worker

Debbie Churchill, Administrator

Julia Hammond, Social Prescriber


We run Well Leg clinics at the following locations:

  • Honiton Hospital
  • Seaton Hospital
  • Whipton Hospital
  • Exmouth Hospital
  • Crediton Hospital
  • Culm Valley Integrated Health Centre
  • Mortonhampstead Hospital

Supporting you

For those feeling isolated, lonely or finding it difficult to identify available local activities, our social prescriber is there to support you in identifying local opportunities. We use a strength based approach to help you utilise what is available on your doorstep.


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