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Welcome to the Penryn Surgery Website

Penryn SurgeryPenryn Surgery aims to provide high quality patient centred care.

We are constantly trying to improve our services. The website provides helpful information about the services we offer, those available elsewhere locally and includes some additional health information for you.

By clicking on this link you can order your repeat prescriptions online

Dr Steve Seale

Dr Steve Seale left the practice in April 2017. 

Dr Seale writes " I have been offered a partnership near my home and after much deliberation have decided to take it. It will make life a lot easier for my family being closer to home but it has been a very difficult decision.

We wish Dr Seale all the very best.  Any patient currently registered to Dr Seale will be allocated another GP within the practice."


Dr Ryan Jackson provides private medicals for the Civil Aviation Authority and the Maritime Coastguard Agency(ENG1) Please note he will be absent from the practice from 3rd July 2017 until 24th July 2017.

 Choose Well

The Choose Well campaign is designed to help people choose the best place to get treatment if they fall ill, freeing up emergency services to help those most in need.

It’s important that you help yourself – and your local NHS – by playing a part and taking greater control of your health.

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Independent Pharmacy with two locations

wholly owned by a large GP Practice

Due to Retirement, we are a seeking a


GPhC Registered Pharmacist - Relief / Permanent Position 

Potential Share options available with permanent position after

qualifying period

Standard OTC Hours with some Saturday morning hours required


send you CV to





(Site updated 26/05/2017)
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