Get in touch
Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital (Wonford)
Main switchboard on 01392 411611
North Devon District Hospital
Main switchboard on 01271 322577
We are here to help you, please look at the options below to find out how to get in touch.
General enquiries and inpatient contacts
You will be asked to name the department or ward you wish to contact - if you don't know the name, please ask for 'Operator' and you will be put through to a member of staff who can help redirect you.
- The Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital (Wonford) and community services - please call our main switchboard on 01392 411611 (open 24 hours a day)
- The North Devon District Hospital and community services - please call our main switchboard on 01271 322577
Outpatients and cancelling/rearranging appointments
Please call the number on your appointment letter to change or cancel your appointment.
This will get you through to the most appropriate department. Alternatively, you can contact our main switchboard and ask for the department you require.
For more information, visit our Outpatients and Appointments page
The Royal Devon is committed to providing interpretation and translation services for those who need them. Please let us know when booking your appointment if you would like an interpreter and we can arrange this for you.
You can also contact the department you are attending or our Patient Advice and Liaison Service (PALS) if you have any questions.
Wards and clinical services
Please visit our Wards and Services A-Z to locate the ward / clinical service you need.
Hospitals and community sites
Please visit 'Our sites and getting here' pages to locate the hospital / specialist centre you need.
These pages include contact details and travel information.
How to give us feedback
Please visit 'Your feedback matters' to give feedback or send a short thank you.
Your compliments, comments and complaints (PALS)
If you would like to speak with us about your visit or stay, please contact the Patient Advice & Liaison Service (PALS) team.
The Trust has a Communications Office as the point of contact for all media enquiries – from breaking news and patient condition checks to requests for interviews and specialist features.
To protect patient confidentiality, dignity and respect, and to ensure that frontline health care services are not disrupted, all media enquiries should come to the Communications Office (not direct to wards or individual staff members).
No filming or photography can take place on any Trust site without permission having been given first by the Communications office or duty manager.
The Communications Office is available Monday to Friday, 8.30am until 5pm, except on Bank or Public Holidays.
rde-tr.RDEComms@nhs.net - Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital (Wonford)
ndht.Communications@nhs.net - North Devon District Hospital
Outside office hours:
Media representatives should call the hospital switchboard and ask for the comms on-call manager.
- 01392 411611 - Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital (Wonford)
- 01271 322577 - North Devon District Hospital
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