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:

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.

Travel vaccinations

In view that GP’s are no longer insured to give travel vaccinations and/or give relevant travel vaccination advice, which are not listed under the Primary Care GMS contract, the partnership have elected NOT TO CONTINUE this service.

Subsequently, as per BMA Guidelines, Praze Surgery will not be giving the following vaccinations for travel:

  • hep B
  • Japanese encephalitis
  • meningitis vaccines
  • rabies,
  • tick-borne encephalitis,
  • TB
  • yellow fever.

We will, however, provide the following vaccinations (under the primary care GMS contract), which may be helpful for any co-incidental  travel:

  • Polio (Given as combined Dip/tet/polio jab)
  • Typhoid
  • Hep A
  • Cholera

Please find the links below which will direct you to organisations outside the National Health Service which can provide you will the appropriate travel vaccinations and advice, privately.

Please visit or for more information. 


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