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New Receptionist required

We are looking to recruit a new Receptionist. 15-20 hours per week available. Sociable team, NHS Pension, full training given. Successful candidate will be well presented, have good communication skills and be able to fit into a busy team.

Full Job description click here Job Description

For queries or to apply send the application form Application Form


To the Practice Manager, Mr Yorick O'Nyons or Reception Manager Mrs Nina Strange by post or to yorick.o’ Closing date 1200 on 25th November 2015


Winter is nearly upon us and we are encouraging the 3000 of our eligible patients to book and get their free flu vaccination

For clinic dates and eligibility criteria please see the flu section on the right hand side.

For more information on the flu vaccination click

Friends and Family Test

Since January 275 patients have been kind enough to complete a  short Friends and Family test questionnaire.
Of them 246 have said they would recommend Trescobeas Surgery to their friends and family.  Of those 182 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.

For details of the changes to the Mylor and Flushing Wednesday clinics plese see latest news.


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.




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