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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.

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.

Access

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. 

Please follow the advice available at https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/  The wearing of a face mask or covering is still recommended in healthcare premises.

Flu and Covid Vaccines for 2022/2023

We encourage all of our patients to have their flu vaccines here at Marazion Surgery this autumn, as we will be able to give flu & covid vaccines at the same time. We will contact all eligible patients in due course, and you may have already had a text message. There is no need for you to ring the surgery about flu or covid vaccines at this time. We will be in touch again soon. Keep an eye on our website for regular updates.

We will be holding a mixture of drop-in clinics and booked appointments for patients registered with us at Marazion Surgery. This is the method we have used for the past 2 seasons and it has worked well, enabling us to vaccinate our patient population safely and in a timely manner.

Please do not phone us to find out when you will be booked in as our telephone lines are extremely busy. If you do have any questions, please email us at enquiries.marazionsurgery@nhs.net.

As set out by the Joint Committee of Vaccinations and Immunisations, the covid vaccine choice for this autumn booster campaign will be the Spikevax Bivalent Original/Omicron Booster Vaccine.

Your flu and covid vaccines will be administered, where possible, at the same time when you come for your appointment. If you do not want both at the same time, please come along for one of the vaccines at your given appointment and you will be asked to book again for the other one once everyone else has been called in.

There must be a gap of at least 3 months since your last covid vaccine and it does not matter how many you have had in the past. Everyone entitled will receive a covid booster if they wish. If the appointment you receive is less than 3 months since your last covid injection, please still come along to the appointment and have your flu vaccination.

Please do not attend the surgery if you are unwell. 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).

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(Site updated 22/11/2022)
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