Tavistock Minor Wounds Unit (MIU) has shut until essentially Saturday because of staff deficiencies at other Devon clinical focuses.
It is the furthest down the line transient conclusion to hit the unit, which likewise shut for a concise spell over the late spring.
A representative from College Medical clinics Plymouth NHS Trust told ITV News West Country: "The Tavistock MIU will be briefly shut because of momentary staff deficiencies at the Cumberland Earnest Therapy Community (UTC) and Kingsbridge (MIU).
"Accessible staff from Tavistock MIU have been reallocated to Cumberland UTC and Kingsbridge MIU."
The conclusion come at time when the medical care framework in Devon is feeling the squeeze.
The Regal Devon and Exeter (RD&E) Clinic is presently working at a third over limit because of high quiet numbers, "supported interest" for Coronavirus beds and progressing shortages on help.
Subsequently the region's clinical appointing bunch (CCG) has asked individuals to look for the fitting treatment.
Seat of the CCG Dr Paul Johnson said: "We truly need you to help us.
"If it's not too much trouble, find out if you have a certified dangerous crisis prior to going to a crisis office.
"In case you are not in the ideal spot, you might be diverted to a more suitable assistance. This is on the grounds that we need to securely focus on those with the most dire need.
"We are additionally requesting that individuals get companions or family members when they are all around ok to be released from medical clinic. This opens up beds for different patients who need them.
"At long last, we are seeing big quantities of youngsters coming to clinic. There is a truly useful HANDi pediatric app for exhortation on normal youth sicknesses and when to look for help."