In line with recent guidance we would like to encourage all patients entering the surgery to wear a mask or face covering. This will help to protect patients and staff alike.
Coronavirus (COVID-19) useful links
If you are experiencing domestic abuse, please contact First Light- a helpful, independent free service, offering confidential support and advice. If you are urgently concerned about life threatening safety of children or adults due to abuse, please contact the police. Our clinicians are also keen to give supportive advice. Click here to visit the website.
If you are self-isolating and you do not have a friend or neighbour who can help you with collecting groceries or medication you can contact Volunteer Cornwall on: 01872 265305 or email email@example.com
or contact Newquay Town Council Help and Support
Self Certification & Fitness to Work Note
You can self certificate for the first seven days of ANY illness. Forms can be download https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/statutory-sick-pay-employees-statement-of-sickness-sc2.
If you need to provide an ISOLATION NOTE to your employer, please visit:
Advice for Parents during COVID-19 Pandemic: Advice leaflet (opens in a new window)
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Please follow the updates provided by our Government
Stay Safe and Alert- this will protect us and help us to protect you
Welcome to Narrowcliff Surgery Online
Narrowcliff surgery is a purpose-built surgery which opened in 1995.
We care for approximately 14 500 patients.
The building offers access for the disabled.
There are eight partners at the surgery offering general medical services as well as contraceptive advice, child health surveillance, maternity care and minor surgical procedures.
We operate a personal list system where patients are allocated to a specific doctor and we endeavour to ensure you see your usual doctor whenever possible.
You have a right to express a preference to receive services from a particular doctor. However, we cannot guarantee this will be possible at all times.
We also host students from the Peninsula Medical School. Prior agreement will be requested from you if a student will be present during your consultation.
The practice is managed by Susan Beadle, who oversees the running of the practice.
Susan is supported by our reception team whose roles and duties include reception, dealing with prescriptions and enquiries.
(Site updated 24/09/2020)