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Treatment Room Assistant

A vacancy has arisen for a Treatment Room assistant to work up to 12 hours per week, over 2-3 mornings. Answering to the Lead Practice Nurse, duties include fitting of monitors, processing samples and general treatment room support.

Flexibility and previous clinical experience, such as phlebotomy, are advantageous but not essential.

For further information Reception Manager, Mrs Nina Strange or Practice Manager, Mr Yorick O’Nyons on 01326 315615 or e-mail:

Closing date 1200 Friday 6th May 2016

For Full Job Description click here..Job Description - Treatment Room Assistant

To Apply, complete and send in the following application form...Application Form - Treatment Room Assistant

Friends and Family Test

Since January 432 patients have been kind enough to complete a short Friends and Family test questionnaire.
Of them 401 have said they would recommend Trescobeas Surgery to their friends and family.  Of those 372 were extremely likely to.
We will take onboard all the comments and continue to improve our service.
To give us your view please click on the Friends and Family test bar on the right hand side.

Both Mylor and Flushing clinics will be changing to appointment only from the 4th April 2016.  There will be no change to the clinc times or amount of appointments offered. For more details see Mylor news tab on the right hand side.


Trescobeas Surgery offers its patients the opportunity to have a pre-booked telephone call back with a Doctor outside of surgery opening hours. These appointments are for those patients who can not receive a call back during normal opening hours. From Monday to Thursday appointments are available from 1830-1930.  To book call reception.


Every patient has a named, accountable GP.  To find out your GP please enquire at your next routine consultation, the receptionist can inform you.  As continuity of care is important to us we try to allocate the most appropriate GP to you.  If you wish to change your GP please inform the receptionist.



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