Please dial 111 if you require medical advice Out of Hours - click on the logo for more information
Minor Injuries Unit
Tel: 01326 434739
Open 8.00am 8.00pm.
Minor Injuries Unit
Camborne & Redruth Hospital
Tel: 01209 881650
Open 8.00 am - 10.00pm.
Some minor injuries can be dealt with here at the surgery, however if you have an injury that requires an x-ray it is best to go straight to a Minor Injuries Dept or Casualty at Royal Cornwall Hospital Treliske.
All patients must report to the reception area on arrival at the Minor Injuries Unit.
Tel: 01726 627800
Adult Care & Support - Cornwall Council
Telephone: 0300 1234 131
Children, Schools & Families: 0300 1234 101
Royal Cornwall Hospital
Royal Cornwall Hospital
Tel: 01872 250000
TAP (Transport Access Patients)
Provides an inexpensive car service for patients who might have difficulty getting to the surgery or hospital.
Telephone: 01872 223388
Carnon Downs Village Hall
Carnon Downs Village Hall has had extensive rebuilding and refurbishment work carried out this year thanks to a substantial grant from the Big Lottery.
There are two brand new halls and a meeting room, providing space for a wide variety of events.
CDVH is managed by a Volunteer Committee of Trustees made up of Local Residents and Representatives of Groups that regularly use the hall and it is a community organisation run for the benefit of local residents.
For more information and 'What's On' click on the link below
Citizens Advice Bureau
Telephone: 0844 499 4188
Mental Health Crisis Services
Normal working hours Monday to Friday 8.45 am to 5.15 pm via:
At other times, out of normal working hours advice and support can be obtained via:
Home Treatment Team
The team work 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to support people in crisis. When you call the service you will be asked for your name, address, date of birth and the reason for your call. If you call at between 8.00pm and 8.45am there may be a delay in answering some calls, but they will repsond as soon as they can.
When calling out of hours they will access your electronic care plan if it is available and your care co-ordinator will be informed of your call the next working day.
If the line is engaged you may be asked to leave your details with the Bodmin Hospital switchboard.
Cornwall Mental Health Project
This is an independent organisation, which works to support, promote and protect the rights of people with mental health problems.
Tel: 01872 243532 Website: www.cornwallrcc.co.uk/mental_health.html
Carers & Service Users Leaflet Line (CASULL)
CASULL offer a single point of access to printed information on mental health and related issues including the Cornwall Mental Health Directory.
Tel: 01726 823515 Email: CASULL.firstname.lastname@example.org
Health Protection Agency - HPA
Telephone: 0800 169 6565
Telephone: 0845 769 7555
Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency
National Osteoporosis Society
Telephone: 0845 450 0230
National Association of Crohn's and Colitis Disease
Telephone: 0845 130 2233
Arthritis Research UK
Telephone: 0303 3033 100
The Heart Rhythm Charity
The Heart Rhythm Charity promotes a better understanding, diagnosis, treatment and quality of life for individuals with cardiac arrhythmias. This useful website will help you check if your heart rhythm problem could be dangerous. Follow the links below.
Website: www.heartrhythmcharity.org.uk Registered Charity Number 1107496
The Willow Centre
Cornwall & Isles of Scilly Sexual Assault Referral Centre
If you are over 16 years of age there is now a Sexual Assault Referral Centre (SARC) which is an independent service that can operate 24/7 to assist all victims of rape and sexual assault. The SARC is a local partnership between the police, health services and voluntary organisations set up to focus on your immediate supprt needs.
Telephone: 01872 272059
Message in a Bottle
Message in a Bottle is a national emergency information scheme distributed by Lions Clubs in the UK, it provides the Emergency Services with vital life saving information.
They are available FREE OF CHARGE giving peace of mind to both the recipient and their family.
A readily available container known to the emergency services contains vital information about the patient and is placed in the fridge. Labels are placed on the fridge door and on the inside of the front door which notify the emergency services that the patient is part of the scheme.
Personal Details, Medical Condititions, Doctors Details, Location of Medicines, Pets, Carers/Health Visitor Details, Dependants and Family Contact Details.
Ask at Reception for details, a free supply of bottles are available from the waiting room in the surgery.
Cornwall Dementia Roadmap
The Cornwall and Isles of Scilly Dementia Roadmap provides high quality information about the dementia journey alongside local information about services, support groups and care pathways to assist primary care to support people with dementia and cognitive impairment, their families and carers.
Click here for more info
Arthritis Care is a charity and rely on donations to fund vital work in supporting people living with arthritis. Arthritis Care has lots of information to help with the management of arthritis.