Welcome to The Rame Group Practice
Welcome to The Rame Group Practice. The doctors together with receptionists, administrative and nursing staff, provide a wide range of health care services.
The Patient Participation Group and Practice Team at The Rame Group Practice value the views of patients' on our service and we would be grateful if you could take a few minutes to answer a short survey. Please click on the Patient Survey link at the bottom of this page to have your say.
The practice plans to open at Millbrook Surgery on Tuesday 31 January, please follow this link for further information.
Please click on link below to see our practice leaflet
New Patient Registrations
The practice welcomes new patients. Should you wish to register with us, please come to either Penntorr Health or Coombe End surgery where you will need to complete a registration form. Please ensure that you bring identity documents for all persons who wish to register.
If you have been asked to telephone for results of tests etc., please do so after 11.00am.
Named Accountable GP
All patients are allocated a named GP who is responsible for your overall care at the practice. The named GP is shown on the counterfoil for ordering repeat prescriptions. Alternatively a member of the practice team will be able to let you know who yor GP is. Should you have a preference for your named GP, please contact the Reception Manager who will endeavour to accommodate your request. You are free to see any GP you choose and if you require a GP appointment urgently and your named GP is not available, please book in with another available GP.
Communicating with our Patients
We want to get better at communicating with our patients, in particular to make sure that you can read and understand the information we send to you.
If you find it hard to read our letters or if you need someone to support you at appointments please let us know.
Please tell the receptionist when you arrive for your appointment or call us on 01752 813277.
Cornwall Council is responsible for buying sexual health and contraception services locally and has an obligation to explore options on the delivery of sexual health services in Cornwall. From the 23 May 2016 to the 8 July 2016 Cornwall Council will be undertaking a consultation to find out peoples’ views as to how contraception and sexual health services should be delivered in the future.
The survey and information on the consultation is available at:
(Site updated 18/01/2017)