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WARNING - Paraffin Based Products

Skin products containing paraffin based products,for example White Soft Paraffin, White Soft Paraffin plus 50% Liquid Paraffin or Emulsifying ointment in contact with dressings and clothing are easily ignited with a naked flame or a cigarette.

Local Support Groups

Please click the link below for a list of support groups available in the Newquay Area to help you manage your long term condition or live a healthy and active life. ( If you know of any support groups not mentioned on our list please let us know and we will update them). You can also collect a leaflet from reception to give to a friend or family member.

Volunteer Support Services Leaflet




Due to NHS England's guidelines all patients have been allocated a named GP. At this practice your named GP would be the GP that you were registered with when  you first joined the practice. This does not prevent you making an appointment or seeing any doctor of your choosing as you would normally do.


More than 10.000 people in the UK currently need an organ transplant.  Of these, 3 a day will die waiting as there are not enough organs available.

Only 31% of us have joined the organ donor register, please help save lives by registering now.


From July 2017 it is possible to self refer to Newquay Physiotherapy Department (in certain cases) but drop in clinics are no longer available.

Please note;
  • Patients with back/neck pain MUST see a clinician first for a written referral.
  • Children between 10 and 16 MUST be referred by a GP first.  They do not see children under 10
Please complete the self referral form then send to the department via post/fax/email or by hand. This will then be reviewed and you will be contacted to arrange a convenient time.

Click below to download a self-referral form

Physio self referral


Tel: 01637 834877    

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