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BOOK YOUR FLU VACCINATION

Do you have Diabetes, Heart problem, severe Asthma, Stroke, MS, Learning Disability, Kidney and Liver disease or  Cancer?

Are you Pregnant or a registered carer or do you have a 2-4 year old child?

Then you are one of the 3000 patients eligible for a Flu vaccination?

To get your free vaccination please ring the Surgery.

For more information on Flu then click .......

www.flu-protect.co.uk

JOB VACANCY

PRACTICE NURSE REQUIRED (RGN or EN)

To work in a forward thinking, proactive and expanding practice.

Must be a good team player, flexible and committed to excellent patient care.

26 hours available. Salary dependent on experience and qualifications.

To start January 2015.

Closing date 28th November. Interviews early December

For Job Description and Application form see Latest News tool bar on the right.  Alternatively contact Practice Manager, Mr Yorick O’Nyons on 01326 315615, e-mail PracticeManager.Trescobeas@cornwall.nhs.uk

Internet Services

For more information on what we currently offer and what we plan to offer, please see the Internet Services tab on the right.

 THE CORE

As you may have read in The Wave and TR11 magazines we are now partnered with

THE CORE Fitness and Well Being Centre - The Moor, Falmouth

www.thecore.uk.net/

THE CORE will give 2 weeks free membership to ALL Trescobeas Surgery patients. As well as extensive gym facilities they run a huge array of classes from those that challenge the most capable to ones for COPD, Cancer, Stroke, Under 16s, Mental Health and Parkinsons

 TO CLAIM YOUR FREE MEMBERSHIP SIMPLY SEE ONE OF OUR RECEPTIONISTS AND ASK FOR A VOUCHER

 

 

 

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