Clinics & Services - Camelford

Home visits

Please request home visits by 11am, if possible, so that the doctors can plan their day. It would be helpful if you could indicate the nature of the problem, so that urgent cases are given priority. A doctor will telephone the patient to determine whether a visit is necessary. Visits are organised according to geographical area, so you may not see the doctor you requested.

Disabled access

The surgeries at Camelford and St Breward are accessible by patients using a wheelchair. The Delabole surgery is not accessible by wheelchair due to a deep step. One of the consulting rooms in Camelford is upstairs, however if this will cause any difficulty, please let the receptionist know, at the time of booking, so that alternative arrangements can be made.


Sister Anna Fisher and Sr Catchpole offer a full vaccination programme for childhood illnesses, tetanus and influenza. She also advises on immunisation requirements for foreign travel.

Maternity Care

Maternity care is provided in co-operation with the district midwife and local hospitals. Ante-natal clinics are held on Thursday afternoons at Camelford Children's Centre, Camelford Primary School. Sister Fisher offers pre-conception counselling.

Family Planning

Dr Nash, Dr Uglow and Sister Fisher offer family plannig advice to all patients during surgery hours. Emergency contraception is available if unprotected sexual intercourse took place within the last 72 hours. A prescription for medication can be given by visiting the practice nurse. This service is also available to people registered elsewhere.