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Learn more about the services available in Cornwall.

Health fairs for the public

Health Fairs around Cornwall

We're hosting a series of health fairs around Cornwall - click to find out more about them and the nearest one to you 

Friends and Family

Put our services to the test!

We are now asking patients to give us their feedback on our community services, hospitals and clinic appointments via our Friends and Family test. Take our quick survey and make a difference to your healthcare. 

Kinda Magic - Patient Feedback

Kinda Magic

We’ve been working hard to capture the real experiences from those very patients who are so often excluded. The Kinda Magic toolkit is now available to download - find out more

Our Culture of Compassionate Care 6Cs

Dementia Care

As an organisation we are committed to improving the services we provide to the people of Cornwall who access our services.

Care at our Minor Injuries Units

Minor Injury Units

These units are run by highly skilled specialist nurses and are able to treat a range of minor conditions, which have occurred during the previous 48 hours.

Quality care

Community Health

We provide a wide range of community health services including Community hospitals, Minor Injuries Units (MIU), District Nurses, Community Matrons and our Specialist Palliative Care/Macmillan Service.

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Donation made to services who made final wish come true

Donation made to services who made final wish come true
29 Jul 2015

A donation has been made to 2 community services by Wadebridge Bowling Club for a former member in appreciation for fulfilling her final wishes to be cared for at home. The Wadebridge Bowling Club has risen over £1,000 for the Port Isaac District Nursing Team and Macmillan Nurses in memory of one of its bowlers, Hilary Carthew.

 

Events

Latest events

Carer's Health Fair
14 Sep

Hosted by Peninsula Community Health alongside the League of Friends and the Alzheimer’s Society, the first health fair will be taking place at the Crossroads Care Home in Scorrier, Redruth, on 27 April 2015. The health fairs will provide a place for support and advice for carers and patients and will be looking to gather feedback on how services can be improved to further support families, friends and loved ones.

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