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Coronavirus COVID-19: In line with national guidance the surgery is no longer accepting requests for face-to-face consultation without a prior on the day telephone call with a clinician. Please phone to book a telephone call. 

Minor Injury Units are based at Camborne/ Redruth Hospital.

Please call 111 to be triaged before attending a Minor Injuries Hospital or visit: https://111.nhs.uk/

There are x-ray facilities available at Camborne/Redruth Hospital.  To access the x-ray service you will need to be referred by your doctor who will provide you with a signed x-ray appointment card and advise you to telephone the x-ray department to book an appointment for your x-ray.  Appointments can be booked between 9am to 8pm, Monday to Friday; and noon to 6pm Saturday, Sunday and bank holidays. 

The West Cornwall Urgent Care Centre based at West Cornwall Hospital in Penzance offers a Nurse Led Service  cover 24 hours a day, 7 days a week  and treats the following conditions:

1. Minor Burns, scalds and injuries.

2. Simple fractures (legs, arms, ankles and wrists). 3. Cuts which require stitching.

4. Chest and urinary infections.

5. Minor falls.

Call NHS 111 for non-emergency health advice (click 'Call 111' blue triangle at the bottom of the page) 

or in case of an emergency 999.

Thank you for your patience and understanding.

Out of Hours
Call 'NHS 111' on 111.

Home Visits
Where possible please try to come to the surgery. If you know you are going to need a visit please telephone in the morning. You will be asked to give a short explanation of the problem so that the doctor can be notified and decide how urgent your request is.

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Klinik

Welcome to Praze Surgery 

Praze Surgery aims to provide all of our patients with a professional, friendly and appropriate healthcare service of the highest standard. We aim to treat ill health accurately, effectively and in a caring and responsive manner. We promote healthy living by providing dietary and lifestyle advice, as well as providing continuing care for chronic diseases

"The surgery is welcoming and friendly , the access is easy for patients that use walking aids and staff are lovely"

"The nurse I saw was very efficient as well as kind and caring"

"Friendly professional service pleasant staff could not be more helpful from reception to nurse"

Praze surgery is actively taking part in many clinical research studies to be able to offer additional care & treatment options for our patients. We have recently been selected to take part in various Urgent Public Health studies in the fight against Covid-19.  To find out how you can get involved, contact our research department on
praze.covid-research@nhs.net or call on 01736 752424

KLINIK ACCESS

Klinik will allow patients of our practice to submit queries 24hours a day, such as:

Blood results, Referrals and requesting an appointment.

You won’t need a password, just an email address or a contact number!

Once you have submitted your enquiry; a member of the designated team will be in touch.

If you do not have online access our telephone lines are open 09:30 - 12:30, 14:30 - 17:00 Monday to  Friday.

Click here for full Phone Opening Times

COVID-19 VACCINATION

Praze Surgery is planning to be involved in the Covid-19 vaccination programme from February 2021. Our staff will support the programme, with the vaccine likely being offered to patients at the Redruth Health Clinic. Please DO NOT contact the practice to enquire after the Covid-19 vaccine - We will contact patients directly when we are making bookings. 

OPENING TIMES

ONLINE ACCESS 24/7
TELEPHONE ACCESS 08:00-18:30PM

SURGERY WALK IN ACCESS:

MONDAY TO FRIDAY:


CONNOR DOWNS 09:00PM-12:00PM_14:00-17:00PM

PRAZE SURGERY 14:00PM-18:00PM

Coronavirus COVID-19:

In line with national guidance the surgery is no longer accepting requests for face-to-face consultations without a prior on the day telephone call with a clinician. 

Please use our online System: Klinik to book an appointment

IF YOU HAVE AN APPOINTMENT PLEASE WEAR A MASK/FACE COVERING

(Site updated 12/01/2021)
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