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Community Midwives

Community Midwife runs a regular antenatal clinic on day a week at the surgery. To contact a Midwife please call 01209 842172. To book an antenatal appointment please call the surgery on 01209 216507.

Community Nurses

District Nurses are based at the Health Office in Redruth and their role is to provide nursing care for patients when they are unable to come in to the surgery, either on a long term basis for the very elderly and frail, or on a temporary basis when recovering from an operation. They regularly liaise with practice staff and call in for any messages. If you already see a District Nurse, their telephone number is 01209 881858. Otherwise please discuss your needs with your doctor.

Health Visitors

A health visitor is a registered nurse who has received training particularly related to babies, children and pregnant women. Their role is to provide families with children under five years old with support and advice around the general aspects of mental, physical and social well being.

The health visitor is based at the Health Office in Redruth, their Contact number is 01209 318877.

Counsellors

Mental Health and Well Being Counselling

The Practice has three counsellors Paul Geynes, June Toy and Sally Twyford who are employed by Outlook Southwest. Each Counsellor has a different speciality and your doctor will refer you accordingly.

Alcohol and Drug Misuse Counselling

We have two counsellors, Fran Buckle and Michelle Pearce-Authors who are employed by Addaction. Your doctor will refer you if there is a need for this type of counselling.

Smoking Cessation Counselling

We also have two smoking cessation advisors, Sue and Jane, who will help you to stop smoking. You can request an appointment with a stop smoking counsellor through reception. You do not need to be referred by your doctor.

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