Peninsula Community Health

Camborne Redruth Community Hospital


The hospital has 2 wards with a total 44 inpatient beds, this includes a 21 bedded stroke unit, an Outpatients department, Day Services and Therapy departments. 

Useful items to bring with you if you are an inpatient are change of clothes, essential toiletry items and a small amount of change. Whilst we discourage patients bringing in valuables, arrangements can be made to secure valuables in the hospital safe.


Barncoose Terrace, Redruth, Cornwall, TR15 3ER

Tel: 01209 318000

Visiting Hours

Between 2.30pm to 5.30pm in the afternoon and 6.30pm to 8pm in the evening. We operate a protected mealtime policy on the wards between 12pm and 1pm and 5.30pm and 6.30pm. 

Minor Injuries Unit

The hospital also has a Minor Injury Unit (MIU) open every day between 8am and 10pm. If your injury is not serious, you can get help at an MIU rather than going to A&E, allowing A&E staff to concentrate on people with serious, life-threatening conditions and saving you a potentially long wait. Our MIU staff try to see patients as quickly as possible and generally waiting times are less than in an A&E department.

The hospital's X-Ray department is open Monday to Friday between 9am and 4.45pm. From 1 September, there will be an extended x-ray service available from 5 to 8pm, Monday to Friday until further notice. 

A range of outpatient clinics are also held on site.

The Minor Injury Unit Leaflet - Easy Read Version 

If you need treatment for serious or potentially life threatening conditions call 999 or visit Royal Cornwall Hospital Trust's Emergency Department.


Your appointment letter will state any requirements but if you have any queries please do not hesitate to call.


  • Appliances
  • Blood Transfusion
  • Cardiac Services
  • Continence Services
  • Dermatology including UVB treatment
  • Dietetics
  • Ear Nose & Throat including Aural Care and Audiology
  • Elder Care
  • Endocrinology
  • Gastroenterology and Heptology
  • General Medicine
  • General Surgery
  • Gynaecology
  • Intravenous Therapy
  • Minor Surgical procedures
  • Neurology
  • Ophthalmology including Retinal Screening
  • Orthopaedic including Muscular-Skeletal
  • Paediatrics
  • Physiotherapy
  • Podiatry
  • Prosthetics
  • Rheumatology
  • TIA Clinic
  • Urology
  • Vascular
  • Wound Management/Dressing Clinic


There are 3 car parks within the hospital grounds, 1 at the Outpatient’s Dept and 2 in the general hospital area. Parking is free. There are 5 disabled spaces in the Outpatient’s area and 2 in the main entrance. Disabled drop off and parking available at outpatients with level access into the building.

The hospital offers refreshment facilities in the Outpatients Department run by the Royal Volunteer Service and drink/snack machines can be found opposite the Minor Injuries Unit.

We have no inpatient laundry service.

Inpatient daily newspapers are available on request.

Infection Control

To help us to reduce the spread of infection, we ask visitors to

  • use alcohol hand gel on arrival and departure
  • if you have experienced vomiting and diarrhoea within the last 48 hours please avoid visiting any health care settings

Getting There

Bus information Traveline: 0871 200 22 33

The hospital is approximately a mile off the A30 Redruth junction and ½ a mile from the town centre.

Redruth railway station is approximately a mile from the hospital and bus services 14 & 18 can be taken from the station to the hospital area. These bus services run between Truro and Penzance.

Useful Contacts

Tel: 01209 818070

Minor Injuries Unit
Tel: 01209 318010

Tel: 01209 318015

Outpatients Physiotherapy
Tel: 01209 318085

Occupational Therapy
Tel: 01209 318102

Day Services
Tel: 01209 318022

Stroke Services
Tel: 01209 318120

Lamorna Ward
Tel: 01209 318040

Lanyon Ward
Tel: 01209 318020

Wheelchair Service
Tel: 01209 318121

Cardiac Services
Tel: 01209 318063

Guild of Friends 

The Guild of Friends help support the Camborne Redruth Community Hospital by receiving donations and ensuring this is used appropriately for patients. This includes purchasing much needed equipment and helping improve the hospital environment. The funds also make it possible for the Friends to ensure patients are not forgotten at special times ie Easter and Christmas when they provide gifts to patients.

They fund raise at the hospital bazaar where they also hold a raffle, and make time to visit patients and staff in order to explain their role and to say “thank you” to the public for their generosity.

The Friends meet each month and talk to staff about any hospital projects they may wish to get involved in and keep abreast of any changes.

It was with the help of our Guild of friends that the MIU was established with it’s “give us a quid” appeal years ago.

Anyone who wishes to join them may contact Juliet Jenkin at