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Prescription Ordering

A minimum of three clear working days is required to process all repeat prescription requests. ‘Working days’ are classed as Monday to Friday (excluding all Bank Holidays).So for example, if you would like your medication to be ready on a (non-Bank Holiday) Monday afternoon, you will need to order it on Wednesday morning at the latest). _____________________________________________________________________________________________

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Due to unforeseen circumstances the Dispensary in Callington will be closed between 1-2pm on a temporary basis from Monday 5th August.

We apologise for any inconvenience caused


Useful Telephone Numbers

Callington Health Centre01579 382666  Fax: 01579 383345
Gunnislake Health Centre01822 832641  Fax: 01822 833757
Gunnislake Pharmacy 01822 835000 
Callington Community Clinic01579 389608
Community Clerk01579 389608
Community Diabetic Nurse 01579 384425
Dental Helpline0800 371192
Derriford Hospital, Plymouth01752 202082
District Nurse 01579 384814
Health Visitor01579 382607
Lamellion Hospital, Liskeard01579 335300
Launceston General Hospital01566 765650
League of Friends 07780 814762
Liskeard Community Hospital
(replaces Passmore Edwards Hospital)
01579 335600
Midwives (non-urgent calls only)01579 384589
NHS 111 dial 111
North East and Cornwall PCT01208 252525
PodiatristContact Liskeard Hospital on 01579 335600 and ask to speak to Podiatry, who make all the appointments.
Royal Eye Infirmary, Plymouth01752 315123
School Nurse - Callington01579 389198
School Nurse - Launceston01579 389364
St Barnabas Hospital, Saltash01752 857400
St Lawrences Hospital, Bodmin01566 251300
Tavistock Hospital01822 612233
WRVS Transport01579 342013/01579 348262

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