Opening Times

We are closed on Monday 19th September - This will be a Bank Holiday to coincide with Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II's State Funeral.

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  Marazion Surgery Dispensary
Monday08:00 - 18:30 *08:30 - 18:00      (telephone line open 11:00-13:00 & 15:00-17:00)
Tuesday08:00 - 18:30 *08:30 - 18:00      (telephone line open 11:00-13:00 & 15:00-17:00)
Wednesday08:00 - 18:30 *08:30 - 18:00      (telephone line open 11:00-13:00 & 15:00-17:00)
Thursday08:00 - 18:30 *08:30 - 18:00     (telephone line open 11:00-13:00 & 15:00-17:00)
Friday08:00 - 18:30 *08:30 - 18:00     (telephone line open 11:00-13:00 & 15:00-16:00)
Weekendclosed closed


You can speak to a member of staff or surgery representative on the telephone from 8.00am to 6.30pm Monday to Friday on 01736 710505.

Telephone 01736 710505.  (If you know the option you require, you can press this at any time.)   

Option 1 – Appointments. 

Option 2 – Test results (see opening hours). 

Option 3 – Dispensary (see opening hours). 

Option 4 – All other Enquiries.  

* We offer extended opening hours and IAGP Clinics, 6.30pm-8.00pm & occasional Sunday mornings.  We are also currently offering Covid Vaccination Clinics at weekends.

We are closed on Bank Holidays - If you need to contact a doctor in an emergency please ring NHS 111 (Dial 111).

Are you in the area temporarily?

Do you need urgent NHS care in Cornwall? Then contact NHS 111

There’s a new system in Cornwall if you need urgent – but not emergency – care.

Just contact NHS 111 by phone or online at any time of day or night, to find out where you should go and when.

If needed, expert clinicians will arrange for you to be seen at the Emergency Department (ED) or at our range of other treatment units.

Please don’t just turn up, as you may be directed elsewhere or have to wait longer.

This is a new way of accessing urgent care in Cornwall, to make sure everyone stays as safe as possible during the pandemic

It will help the NHS manage the flow of patients when capacity in waiting rooms is much smaller than before, to maintain distancing and reduce the risk of infection

It means you will get the right treatment, more quickly - and probably closer to home as well

And if you’re a visitor to Cornwall, you don’t need to look up details of NHS services if you need urgent treatment – just phone 111 or go online at:

Arrangements have not changed for people with serious or life-threatening illnesses or injuries. Please continue to dial 999 as before.

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