The Stennack Surgery The Old Stennack SchoolSt. IvesCornwall, TR26 1RUTel: 01736 793333
(Non-Injury problems will require a pre-booked appointment)
Our Phone Lines Are Open Between 8am-8pm Monday-Friday
(Non-Injury Enquiries please ring between 08.30 - 13.00 and 14.00 - 18.00)
In addition to our routine surgeries we offer a number of clinics and services, which are provided by our clinical team:
If you are aged under 25 and registered with us, please note that we now run a weekly Young Persons Drop-in Clinic. It is held every Wednesday, from 4pm – 6pm. Simply arrive between 4pm and 5.30pm, give your name at reception and you will be seen in turn. These are the sorts of things you might like to discuss:-
However anything goes!
Most of these come to us via computer links with the hospital service. Whilst we will endeavour to notify you of any serious results, you are requested to telephone or call into the surgery for confirmation of test results. Our phone lines are really busy between 8.30 a.m and 11 a.m, we do ask that if possible you call for your test results after 2p.m
The practice has a strict policy regarding confidentiality and data protection. We will only release test results to the person to whom they relate unless that person has given prior permission for the release of this data or they are not capable of understanding the results.
We are delighted to be able to extend and improve our servcies by providing a Minor Injury Unit at the Stennack Surgery.
8 a.m - 8 p.m Monday to Friday including bank holidays
(except Christmas Day & Boxing Day)
We will also be open on Saturday during the school Summer Holidays (23 July-3 Sept inc) 10am-4pm
The service will enable anyone with a variety of conditions to access immediate advice and treatment.
The list of potential conditions is wide but includes:
Cuts, lacerations, abrasions
Infections following injury
Bites, both animal and human
Removal of foreign bodies
Lower back pain due to strain / injury
Unfortunately we are unable to deal with major trauma, head injuries, poisonings or major collapse.
Anybody can, you don’t have to be registered at the surgery.
You may be asked by various commercial organisations e.g. insurance companies, or by government bodies, e.g. driving authorities, to have a medical examination. This is not a part of the GP’s statutory duties & for this work either you or the requesting organisation will be charged accordingly. Please note Insurance medical examinations on patients who are registered with our Practice will not be completed by your usual GP, this is to avoid any conflict of interest in the report.
In addition to the above we charge for various other items including letters supporting appeals, private sick notes, and some travel vaccinations. Please refer to the notices in the waiting room or ask at reception for details
The practice is actively involved in research to help improve treatment of illness and improve patient wellbeing.
The practice is part of the Primary Care Research Network and all the research carried out here has been thoroughly checked and approved by ethical committees,
You may be asked from by the doctors or nurses whether you would be interested in participating in a study. Your participation is entirely voluntary. If you decline, it will not affect your care from the practice in any way. If you decide to join, you may leave the study at any time without explanation.
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