Peninsula NHS Treatment Centre
Peninsula NHS Treatment Centre

Welcome to Peninsula NHS Treatment Centre

Our treatment centre is run by leading health and social care provider, Care UK, on behalf of the NHS.

Who we treat

We only treat NHS patients and we’re focused on providing the best possible, personalised care to the people of Devon and Cornwall. We believe in treating you as quickly as possible – helping you to get better, faster.

What we treat

We specialise in joint replacements and minor orthopaedic surgery, including hip and knee replacements, shoulder repair and hand and elbow surgery. We also provide a cataract service and diagnostic services, using the latest MRI technology. For more information on our specialties view our services page.

Receiving treatment at our centre

If you need treatment, we’d be delighted if you made Peninsula NHS Treatment Centre your choice. To receive treatment with us, you will need a referral from your GP.

 

 

 

Patient confidentiality

Care UK adheres to The Data Protection Act 1998 (DPA) which is an Act of Parliament of the United Kingdom which defines UK law on the processing of data on identifiable living people. It is the main piece of legislation that governs the protection of personal data in the UK.

National 18 week rules

The NHS Constitution gives patients the right to access services within maximum waiting times of 18 weeks.  Your 18 weeks waiting time starts on the day the hospital receives the referral letter or on the day you make the booking for your first appointment, via the e-Referral Service.

 

Our news

Popular hospital opens new operating theatre

Popular hospital opens new operating theatre

February 17 2017

The Peninsula NHS Treatment Centre, which only provides NHS care for patients across Devon and Cornwall, has opened its third operating theatre and new day surgery suite including endoscopy today, Friday 17th February.

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Getting in shape for surgery

Getting in shape for surgery

February 7 2017

February is Heart Month, when we are all encouraged to do one small thing to improve the health of our hearts – from tweaking our diets to taking more exercise. This is not just good news for our hearts: evidence shows that when patients have taken the time to improve their overall health before having surgery, the results are better for them. Paul Soley, Physiotherapy Manager at Peninsula NHS Treatment Centre, offers some tips.

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Inspired by the Six Nations? Be prepared

Inspired by the Six Nations? Be prepared

January 31 2017

Saturday 4th February sees the return of the rugby Six Nations. Millions of rugby fans will be tuned in to matches, and a proportion of them will be inspired by what they see to get out there and have a go at the sport.

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Hospital Facebook post says – don’t forget your right to choose!

Hospital Facebook post says – don’t forget your right to choose!

January 31 2017

Chris Harris, 67, and her husband Nick, 68, from Torpoint have both been treated at Peninsula NHS Treatment Centre, and they were so impressed with the care they received that Chris took to Facebook to remind everyone that we have the right to ask our doctors to refer us to the hospital of our choice.

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