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COURIER SERVICE to deliver your medications

For those patients who find it difficult to collect their prescriptions and live in the villages outside of St Keverne (eg. Coverack, Porthallow, Gillan, Porthoustock, Manaccan, St Martin, Newtown, Mawgan to name but a few!) we have started a courier service one day a week (Fridays).

If you are keen to receive your medications via courier please contact the surgery or indicate on your repeat prescription  that you would like your medications delivered.  By ordering your medication on Monday or Tuesday you should then receive them on the Friday by courier.  Please remember to order in good time for the Friday delivery.

NEXT PODIATRY CLINIC - Friday 25 January 2019


The next clinic is due to be held on  Friday  25 January 2019 between 1.30pm to 5pm.  If you would like any details/information about this service, please contact Carolyn Wright on 01326 231127 or 07815 922160 who will be able to give you more details.  Clinics will be held on the last Friday of each month.

NEW SOCIAL HUB - Active Plus

Why not join Active Plus at St Keverne Parish Hall on Wednesday mornings 9.30am to 11.30pm to help build confidence, motivation and communication skills.  Team up with a mentor for ongoing support. Please feel free to pop along.


To avoid risk of infection to the public all sharps should be disposed of safely in a yellow "sharps or burns" bin.

These are available on prescription from the Surgery via dispensary. THEY ARE NOW COLLECTED BY CORNWALL COUNCIL. You must register with them by filling in form UN3291 and posting it back to the Council. Forms are available in the Surgery if you want to collect one. You can also go online or phone 0300 1234 141 to request collection. The Surgery are no longer able to receive used sharp bins.                   The Council website is



C-Card for patients under the age of 25yrs is now available at the urgery. Please ask for details at Reception.





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