Peninsula Community Health
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Take part in the Friends and Family Test 

The Friends and Family Test is a simple feedback tool which allows patients and staff to give their feedback on NHS services. It asks how likely patients and staff are to recommend the services they have received, or work in, to friends and family.

Working in Partnership

Partnership Working

Peninsula Community Health is working with charitable partners to ensure you receive the right care when and where you need it. 

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.



Latest news

Choose Well this Bank Holiday Weekend

Choose Well this Bank Holiday Weekend
21 Aug 2014

With the August bank holiday fast approaching, we are expecting an influx of holiday makers to Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly this coming weekend. During this time, health care providers are urging people to use emergency services wisely. 999 should only be only used for critical and life threatening situations to the Emergency Departments in Truro and Plymouth, and to help reduce unnecessary attendances. 



Latest events

National Road Victim Month
01 Aug

The month of August was chosen as a number of poignant road accidents have happened in this month throughout history. Bridget Driscoll, the first person in the UK to die from a road traffic accident died in August 1896. For more information visit the Road Peace website – click here

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