Welcome to Pensilva Health Centre
Pensilva Health Centre is a modern, purpose-built surgery with ample car parking facilities for patients. The surgery has good access for disabled patients.
We run many clinics for the management of chronic diseases such as asthma and diabetes and offer a wide variety of other medical services including antenatal and postnatal care, minor surgery, childhood vaccinations and well-person check-ups.
The practice covers a very large rural area, centred around the village of Pensilva and extending north to the A30 including Upton Cross, Rilla Mill, Henwood, North Hill, Coads Green and Bathpool. East to the borders of Callington, including Linkinhorne and Golberdon. South to the A390 including St Ive and Quethiock. West to Liskeard including Crows Nest, Darite, St Cleer and Common Moor.
Oak Tree Surgery reached an agreement with Pensilva Health Centre and took over the running of this practice from 1st January 2018.
Patients at Pensilva Health Centre have continued to have a doctor and to benefit from good local care at its surgery. The Practices have been running independently since then but working together to achieve our common aims of creating a resilient and future proof service and providing high quality health care to all of our patients.
The Partners would like to merge the patient lists, GMS contracts and IT systems to allow easier working across both sites in the interests of improved patient care in July 2018. We have prepared a patient leaflet which provides further information and FAQs. Your feedback is important to us and if you wish to comment, there is provision in the leaflet for you to do so.
Merger of Oak Tree and Pensilva Surgeries
We are now operating a Telephone Call Back system which is the safest way for patients to be appropriately treated or advised on the same day
When you ring Pensilva Health Centre the receptionist will ask for your contact details and a brief reason for the request.
This information will be passed to a doctor or nurse practitioner who will call you back to discuss your condition / query.
The doctor or nurse practitioner may ask you to come in, signposted you to the appropriate member of the clinical team, collect a prescription or another course of action.
Thank you in anticipation.
(Site updated 17/07/2018)