Registered Training Practice

Trescobeas Surgery is a registered training practice and hosts a number of registrar doctors. The registrars are fully qualified and experienced doctors who have practised medicine for a number of years, both in hospitals and in general practice.

The registrar will see patients in the normal way and will be able to perform the routine tasks of your regular doctors. Appointments will be made in the usual way by a Telephone Call Back (TCB) with one of the partners.

Dr Catherine Hounsome (f)

Dr Catherine Hounsome  MB, BS,DFSRH,MRCGP, DRCOG. Born in 1970, Dr Hounsome has practiced in a variety of cities and Australia.  After practicing in several local surgeries, she joined Trescobeas in September 2012. Her clinical interests include Oncology, Female Health and Paediatrics. Married with 3 children she enjoys a variety of outdoor pursuits.

Dr Hounsome

Dr Catherine Burnett (f)

Dr Catherine Burnett BSC MBBS MRCP DRCOG MRCGP.  Born in 1977, Dr Burnett was educated in Dorset and qualified in London. After practicing in a variety of local surgeries she joined Trescobeas in September 2012.  Her clinical interests include Child Health.  Married with 3 children her interests include running, trekking and watersports.

Dr Burnett

Dr Catherine Osborne (f)

Dr Catherine Osborne BSc BMBS MRCGP.  Born in 1981 and qualified in 2008 from Peninsula Medical School.  She completed her GP training with Trescobeas in 2014. After working for other local surgeries, returned to a permanent post at the surgery in the summer of 2015.  Her clinical interests include Women's Health and Paediatrics.  She lives locally with her family and enjoys the Cornish outdoor life

Dr Osborne

Dr Mark Morris (m)

Dr Mark Morris, MB, MRCPsych, MRCGP, DFFP. Born in 1971, he grew up in Falmouth,qualified in Southampton (1993);and joined Trescobeas Surgery in 2015. He values working in his home town and has an interest in psychological medicine. When he is not at the practice he works for the out-of-hours GP service and for NHS Practitioner Health (looking after doctors who are struggling emotionally). He is the Clinical Director for the Falmouth Penryn Primary Care Network and teaches both medical students and GPs in training. His interests include Fun, Family, Friends and music

Dr Morris

Dr Jonathan Davies (m)


Dr Jonathan Sharp (m)

Dr Jonathan Sharp MBBS MRCGP BA PGCE. Born in 1975, Dr Sharp grew up in Somerset and qualified in London. Having worked in Cornwall since qualification he joined Trescobeas Surgery first as a GP registrar, before joining permanently in 2018. His clinical interests include musculoskeletal medicine and minor operations. He can often be found running with his dog on the coast path. 

Dr Sharp

Dr Nick Hyatt (m)

Dr Nick Hyatt, BMBS, MRCGP (2013). Born in 1987, he grew up in Cornwall, did his medical training in the Southwest and Brighton. He joined Trescobeas in 2018. He enjoys contributing to the community and county with his work. His clinical interests include care of the elderly, men's health and musculoskeletal medicine. In his spare time, he enjoys spending time with his young family in the great outdoors. 

Dr Bethany Dick (f)

Beth joined Trescobeas in October 2018.  

Dr Lucy Adami (f)

Dr Lucy Adami, BM, MRCGP, DFSRH. Born in 1989 Lucy qualified in Southampton in 2013 before moving down to Cornwall. She joined us as a registrar in August 2018, has since completed her training and is here to stay. Her main clinical interest is women's health. Lucy lives locally with her family and enjoys growing veg, looking after their animals and exploring the Cornish coastline on foot and in the water. 

Dr Adami

Dr Austin Hymas (m)

Dr Austin Hymas MBBS, BSC, MRCGP. >Born in 1987. Educated in Cambridge and qualified in London. He worked in Emergency medicine in Australia before completing GP training in Cornwall (2020). He joined Trescobeas in October 2020. Clinical interests include health care of the elderly and acute medicine. Married with two children his interests include cricket, fishing and spending time outdoors in the countryside,

Dr Megan Welstand (f)
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