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Parkinson's Awareness Week

Parkinson's Awareness Week - 20 - 26 April

Visit our dedicated Parkinson's Awareness page for information about the condition, and our Parkinson's Nursing page for details of our services.

 

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Peninsula Community Health CQC Report

Our CQC inspection results are in and our overall services have been rated Good. Click to read the full report.

FFT - all service roll out

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.
If you have one minute spare, click here to take our quick survey and make a difference to your healthcare. 

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Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy service launches in Penzance

The new MSK service will be available from 1 April in the Mount Bay Surgery. Click for more details.

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

Dignity and Compassion in care

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 Unjuries Units (MIU), District Nurses, Community Matrons and our Specialist Palliative Care/Macmillan Service.

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Good bye after 22 years!

Good bye after 22 years!
23 Apr 2015

Last week, our Ward Clerk, Sue Richardson, retired from the Oak Ward at Liskeard Community Hospital after 22 years in the NHS! Spending 2 years working at Derriford and then a further 20 years at the Community Hospital, Sue has become an integral part of her team through her management of all administrative needs on the ward. Sue's team thanked her with a retirement party and presentation last week, where they have commented that she "will leave a massive hole in their hearts" and credited her for "doing so much more than just administrative duties". We hope that Sue has a lovely retirement!  

 

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