Residents across Cornwall are finding it increasingly difficult to get a GP appointment, according to a health watchdog.
Plymouth has been reported to also be struggling, following a number of surgery closures.
Newquay Health Centre has 16,500 patients on its books being attended to be only 11 GP.
One practice administrator has called the volume of patient calls "quite daunting"
Healthwatch Cornwall have now launched a survey to find out what people make of their GP practice.
The results are set to help determine where improvements could be made and how.
It is available online and closes on the 19th of January: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/accessdoctor2017
More information can be found here: https://www.healthwatchcornwall.co.uk