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The Clays PracticeVictoria RoadRocheSt. AustellCornwall, PL26 8JFTel: 01726 890 370
All consultations to see a doctor/nurse are by appointment, made by telephoning 01726 890370 or by using the online booking request on this website.
For an appointment outside of normal opening hours please speak to speak with the Duty Dr.
In most cases, patients under the age of 16 years may want to attend with a parent or legal guardian.
However, this is not a requirement.
Should any young person require an appointment, you will be treated with the same dignity and respect whether alone or accompanied. If you require privacy please ask at reception and you will be directed to an appropriate location.
Urgent requests to be seen on the same day will be dealt with as necessary, though you may have to be prepared to wait.
Home visits are reserved for those who are bed bound, immobile or terminally ill.
If you require a home visit, please make your request by 10 am if possible.
If you feel you do not need to attend surgery, but require advice from the doctor or nurse; please telephone the surgery and ask to be added to the appropriate telephone list. The doctor or nurse will then phone you back, at home or work.
This is our standard timetable. Please note that this schedule is subject to change to accommodate leave, training and illness.
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: