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Manor Surgery

Welcome to the Manor Surgery website

Cornwall Council are undertaking a consultation to find out peoples’ views on sexual health and contraception services in Cornwall, please click here for more information.

We plan to use this surgery website to present all our patients with up to date news and information about our practice. We will keep it current with any developments or other details that might be useful to you.

Help shape the future of local health and social care services in Cornwall

Cornwall Council and NHS Kernow are seeking the views of Cornwall’s residents to help shape the future of the county’s health and social care services.

As part of the Cornwall Devolution Deal, a strategic plan is being created to improve the health and wellbeing of residents by 2020 and to provide seamless health services.

To help shape plans, a survey has now opened so people can have their say about priorities and how potential savings could be made to help health and social care budgets go further. It is accessible via the council website: www.cornwall.gov.uk/shapethefuture

Manor Surgery

Manor Surgery

Manor Surgery,
Forth Noweth, Redruth,
TR15 1AU.

TEL: 01209 313313

Manor Surgery has been established for over 100 years. Formerly sited in Green Lane, we moved in 1984 to Manor Surgery which was purpose-built to meet the needs of modern General Practice.

Manor Surgery accepts patients from Scorrier to Tuckingmill, including Four Lanes and from Lanner to the North Coast i.e. areas of TR14, TR15 and TR16.

We often have fully qualified doctors who are extending their qualifications working at Manor Surgery.  They are encouraged to seek advice when required from the other doctors in the practice.

Manor Surgery has been awarded the EEFO kitemark in recognition of its services for young people.

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Young people wishing to contact the practice confidentially, for any reason, are invited to use a designated Savvy Kernow mobile - call or text


We will respect your rights to confidentiality whatever your age and will clearly explain their confidentiality policy.

Even if we cannot help you they will still treat your enquiry confidentially.

There is at least one member of staff who has a special interest in young people's health.

We understand that you want to use the service when the times are best for you, this may for example be at lunchtimes or after school or college.

We understand that you may not want to wait in a crowded waiting room with everyone else from the town/village.

You can get up-to-date information about the health matters that concern you.

We want to know what you think about us, and how you feel we could improve our service.

If we cannot help, we will be able to help you find someone who can.