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Welcome to the Marazion Surgery

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Vision Statement: 

To provide people registered with the practice and temporary residents with personal health care of high quality, efficient and safe standard. To seek continuous improvement on the health status of the practice population overall. To treat patients fairly, equally, and with dignity and respect. To listen, communicate and collaborate with patients effectively.  We aim to achieve this by developing and maintaining a happy sound practice which is responsive to peoples’ needs and expectations, and which reflects the latest advances in Primary Health Care. 


With patients' needs at the heart of everything we do, our website has been designed to make it easy for you to gain instant access to the information you need. As well as specific practice details such as opening hours and how to register, you’ll find a wealth of useful pages covering a wide range of health issues along with links to other relevant medical organisations.


New Telephone System installed on Wednesday 13th March - see 'opening hours' for more information on the initial menu choices.


We are offering Covid Spring Boosters to our patients aged over 75 years, immunosuppressed patients and the housebound.


A drop-in clinic is planned for Saturday 27th April for patients born in 1935 to 1949.  However, if there is more than one person in the household aged 75 years and over, you are welcome to attend together on 27th April.


If you were born in:

Please attend on Saturday 27th April during the drop-in session allocated as below.  

1949 – 75 years

1948 – 76 years

0800 hrs – 0915 hrs

1947 – 77 years

0915 hrs – 1000 hrs

1946 – 78 years

1945 – 79 years

1000 hrs -1130 hrs

1944 – 80 years

1943 – 81 years

1130 hrs – 1245 hrs

1942 – 82 years

1245 hrs – 1330 hrs

1941 – 83 years

1330 hrs – 1415 hrs

1940 – 84 years

1415 hrs – 1445 hrs

1939 – 85 years

1938 – 86 years

1937 – 87 years

1445 hrs – 1530 hrs

1936 – 88 years

1935 – 89 years

1530 hrs – 1600 hrs


If you were born in 1934 or before – 90 years and over, you will be contacted and booked into a clinic on Saturday 11th May 2024. 

If you are below the age of 75 years and are eligible for vaccination due to immunosuppression, we will be in contact with you shortly.  Please ensure that we have your mobile number and permission to text you, as you will be sent a link to book an appointment.

If you have any queries please email



Get Well, Keep Well

Of course we’re not just here for when you are unwell. Our team of healthcare professionals and back-up staff offer a number of clinics and services to promote good health and wellbeing whatever your medical condition.



The premises are easily accessible for wheelchair users, with all consulting and treatment rooms, and bathroom on the ground floor.  Please note that we also offer appointments in the early morning between 7.40am and 8.00am and in the evenings between 6.30pm and 8.00pm.  We occasionally offer appointments on a Sunday morning.  These are part of the Extended Hours Service and Improving Access to General Practice Service. 


If you have any concerns or symptoms of Covid-19, please DO NOT COME TO THE SURGERY, contact us by telephone.

If you have respiratory symptoms PLEASE WEAR A MASK to your appointment. In healthcare settings it is still appropriate to wear a mask in order to protect those who are vulnerable (who have severely weakened immune systems).



On Holiday in Cornwall?

Need health advice whilst on holiday in Cornwall?

Anyone who is visiting Cornwall is asked to call their own GP, and not the one closest to where they’re staying, if they need non-urgent advice.

For people who need non-urgent care when their own GP is not open, and don’t think they can wait, use the NHS 111 online service or call 111, at any time day or night.

Please do not turn up at a minor injuries unit or urgent treatment centre without contacting 111 first. If, after contacting 111, you need to go to a hospital, you will be given an arrival time, which will help everyone continue to follow government guidance, maintain distance and keep people safe while COVID continues to circulate.

Anyone with serious or life-threatening illnesses or injuries should dial 999.



Patient Participation Group - Keep an eye on the new section about the group and what we are planning, and to read copies of the Minutes!




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(Site updated 11/04/2024)
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