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Welcome to Carnon Downs GP Surgery situated midway between Truro, Falmouth and Redruth.

We are a dispensing practice offering care to approximately 6000 patients from a single modern site which is located on the outskirts of the village.

The practice team of doctors, nurses, dispensers and administration staff take pride in providing the highest standard of healthcare. Traditional values are combined with  modern advances whilst encouraging patients to be active participants in the care they receive. We offer a full range of medical care plus many other extra services that demonstrate our ethos of innovation for patient benefit. 

We are also part of the Coastal Primary Care Network working alongside Chacewater & Devoran, St Agnes and Perranporth Surgeries.

We hope that you will use our website to make the best use of the services we provide.

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WEARING MASKS/FACE COVERINGS

As of June 1st patients no longer have to wear face coverings or masks at the surgery.  However National Guidance has requested that if you are attending with respiratory symptoms such as a cough or a cold that you should wear one when seated in the waiting room or entering the building to see the clinician to protect other patients and those in close vicinity.  


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MOUNT HAWKE CLINICS ARE NOW LIVE ON THE NATIONAL BOOKING SYSTEM

FOR ALL CHILDREN aged 5-11 YEARS PLUS SPRING BOOSTER VACCINES AND 1ST/2ND VACCINATIONS

All 1st and 2nd vaccinations plus all booster vaccinations are available to book by calling 119 or going online. However if you are immunosuppressed and need your 3rd or booster vaccine and are unable to book online please speak with the team and Alison or Clare will get back to you.

Any enquiries regarding the NHS App or travel passes will not be dealt with as a priority but we will attend to them as soon as we can.  Our main focus has to be for patients who are unwell.

Call 119 or go to https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/coronavirus-vaccination/book-coronavirus-vaccination/


(Site updated 29/06/2022)
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