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The Clays PracticeVictoria RoadRocheSt. AustellCornwall, PL26 8JFTel: 01726 890 370
They also hold special clinics for the routine care of patients with asthma, diabetes and coronary heart disease.
Allison King, our Practice Nurse team manager, runs a Minor Ailment Clinic from our Roche surgery. Allison can discuss and treat a number of common minor problems. You may be referred to the clinic by the Duty Doctor or you may request an appointment yourself if you are suffering from any of the following conditions:
District Nurses provide any necessary nursing care and advice for patients too ill or frail to attend the surgery and for certain other patients whose treatment is better carried out in the home environment. Community Midwives who work closely with our doctors to provide care for expectant mothers, new mothers and their babies in the first 2 weeks of life. Health Visitors who are especially trained Community Nurses and Midwives are available for advice to the parents of children under the age of 5 years, and also to those over 75 years of age.
Community Midwives work closely with our doctors to provide care for expectant mothers, new mothers and their babies in the first 2 weeks of life. Health Visitors who are especially trained Community Nurses and Midwives are available for advice to the parents of children under the age of 5 years, and also to those over 75 years of age.
As part of its on-going commitment to support the growing number of people across Cornwall and Isles of Scilly with diabetes, NHS Kernow has made over 50 health information videos freely available via a specialised online video library.
The bespoke video library covers topics including general self-care, looking after your feet, getting your eyes checked and preparing for pregnancy when you have diabetes, as well as top tips for healthy eating and much more.
Kernow Clinical Commissioning Group Diabetes Videos: https://kernowccg-diabetes.healthandcarevideos.com/diabetes
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