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Welcome to Rosmellyn Surgery

Welcome to our new website. Here, you can find up to date information about our surgery, including our opening hours, the services available and how to get in touch.  Please take time to browse and, even if you are only making a quick visit, check out our latest news pages.

If you would like to join Rosmellyn Surgery, please check you live within our practice area by clicking on the "Catchment Area" tab above. The practice area runs from Land’s End in the West, to a line in the East roughly connecting Zennor on the North coast with Rosudgeon on the South. Once you are ready to join, please either pop in to the surgery to pick up the registration forms, or alternatively you can complete these online by clicking the "New Patients" tab above. We looking forward to meeting you soon.

 

Rosmellyn Surgery has now settled into St Clare Medical Centre.

Our new address is: St Clare Medical Centre,  St Clare Street, Penzance, Cornwall, TR18 3DX. Our telephone number remains the same 01736 330909.

The St Clare Medical Centre houses Rosmellyn Surgery, Alverton Practice and Sunnyside Surgery.

The purpose-built medical centre has state of art facilities including plenty of patient car parking.

On arrival for your appointments you will continue to be greeted by friendly faces from each of the practices in our brand-new reception area. Staff members will direct you to the appropriate waiting areas ready for your appointment. Each Practice continues to work exactly as it does now, the only difference being the location.

St Clare Medical Centre can be accessed via bus routes A17, 16 and 409. There are also some specific times for Penwith College buses that tend to run early in the morning and during the evening. These buses will drop you opposite the Medical Centre on routes 7, 11A, 18C, 236/7 and 251.

Please continue to make your appointments as normal with our receptionists who will also be more than happy to help with any concerns you may have.

 

When We Are Closed

Outside of our normal opening hours, you should ring NHS 111 direct – just dial 111. They provide out-of-hours cover in the county. If you need to see the Doctor, you may be asked to attend a local clinic.

If you are bed bound by your illness, or housebound, the doctor will visit you at home.

Details of all consultations are passed to your own doctor at Rosmellyn by 10:00 the following day by fax.

In an emergency, you should still ring 999 for an ambulance.

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