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How to find us at the Truro Health Park:

The main reception is on Floor 0.  From the entrance next to the Daniel Arms take the stairs or lift to floor 0 and you will see the reception to the right from the lift and to the left from the stairs (you will have come from floor -1).  From the main Truro Health Park entrance you should enter and go left until you see the 3Spires main reception at the end of the building.

There is parking for patients and secure places to leave cycles as well as wheelchair access and wheelchair toilet facilities and lifts at Truro Health park.


If you have previously had your prescriptions processed by Moss Pharmacy (Lemon Street), these will now be available from the Truro Health Park Boots.  Please remember to select the correct Boots store when ordering prescriptions online.

Truro Health Park 


Dr Hayes M Dalal (m)

HayesMB ChB MD FRCGP FHEA Dr Dalal qualified from University of Sheffield in 1981. He joined the practice in 1985 as a trainee was appointed a partner in 1986. He is one of the doctors responsible for patients at a local nursing home. In 1995 he became a Fellow of the Royal College of General Practitioners by assessment and in 2007 he was awarded a Doctorate in Medicine by the Universities of Exeter and Plymouth for his thesis on cardiac rehabilitation. Dr Dalal has an interest in coronary heart disease and has led NHS funded research in cardiac rehabilitation. He is an honorary clinical lecturer with the Peninsula Medical School and is attached to the Research & Development Directorate of the Royal Cornwall Hospitals Trust.

Dr Peter Short (m)
P1020263MB BS, DCH, DRCOG, MRCGP Dr Short trained at University College Hospital in London. He qualified in 1984. After completing his postgraduate training at The Royal Cornwall Hospitals, he joined the practice in 1991. He provides the full range of General Medical Services and has special interest in Diabetes and Respiratory diseases. He is the Medical Officer for Truro School. He is the practice Prescribing lead and is a GP Appraiser for the Primary Care Trust.
Dr Andrew J May (m)
First registered in 1990. He is registered for obstetric care, family planning and minor surgery. His special interests include dermatology and cardiology.
Dr Stefan Schuh (m)
First registered in 1991. He provides a full range of general medical services and is involved in teaching medical students. He is also a GP trainer.
Dr Catherine Newton (f)

MB ChB MRCGP (Merit) DCH DRCOG DFFP P1020362 Since graduating from Bristol Medical School in 1996, I have worked around the South West with a year working in Western Australia.  I work part time and have 2 small children. I do a well woman clinic every other week providing contraception services and community gynaecology. My other interests include ENT and paediatrics. I also work as the medical officer for Truro High School for girls

Dr Neil McKay (m)

MB Bch MRCP MRCGP MFAEM.Neil     Originally from Truro and very happy to be working back in his home town.First registered in 1999. He provides a full range of general medical services including a special interest in general medicine and orthopaedics / sports injuries. He has a background training in accident emergency medicine and also provides minor surgery, joint injections and vasectomy with Dr Bull. He is a GP trainer for junior doctors and also involved with teaching medical students within the practice. Very thankful to be back home and able to enjoy his favourite sports of mountainbiking and surfing here with the family.

Dr Matt Bull (m)


MBChB MRCGP MScDRCOG Diploma Medical Education
I grew up in the South East and studied Medicine at Manchester University graduating in 1996. After working in Accident and Emergency in Lancaster and Western Australia I moved to Tunbridge Wells to undertake my GP training and a Masters Degree in Primary Care and subsequently joined a partnership where I worked for six years. I was lured to Cornwall  in 2008 when I met my wife who is a local secondary school teacher. I feel very privileged to be living on the North Coast where I enjoy surfing and swimming.  My special interests are medical education and vasectomy. I am involved with teaching undergraduates at the Peninsula Medical School and Dr.Mckay and I are now offering a vasectomy service here at the surgery.
Dr Linda Barry (f)
I qualified from Bristol in 1981.
I have been a GP for 25 years and have lived in Cornwall for the past 20 years.
During that time I have juggled working and raising a family.
I provide a full range of services and have a special interest in women's health and contraception.
When not working or with my kids I enjoy cycling and messing around with horses.
Dr Katy Bray (f)
P1020260MB BS BSc DRCOG Diploma Sports Medicine and Training Injuries MRCGP
Originally from Truro I studied Medicine  at Guy's and St Thomas' hospitals graduating in 2000. I then worked as a Medical Officer in the Royal Navy for 7 years prodominantly attached to the Royal Marines. During this time I completed  both my GP training and diploma in Sports Medicine and Training Injuries. I am now pleased to be back in Truro working as a salaried GP and am also involved in an orthopaedic interface clinic for knee hip and shoulder problems based here at 3 Spires and in Falmouth.
Dr Patrick Black (m)

BSc (Hons) MB BCh MRCS(Ed) DPD(Cardiff)
Dr Patrick Black qualified in August 2000 from Cardiff and prior to working in General practice he had lots of surgical experience in South Wales and the South West.  At present he lives near Truro and has a young family, he plays most sports and golf (badly) and enjoys the beaches and outdoor life.  His interests are dermatology, diabetes and minor surgery.  Dr Black will be performing surgical procedures at Three Spires as well as General practice.

Dr Richard Pratt (m)


Dr Richard Pratt trained at St George's University of London. Following initial training at Torbay hospital he spent a year working in the British Virgin Islands. He then returned to Cornwall to complete his GP training.

In addition to his clinical work, he has a number of other allied interests. He is the regional representative for the RCGP First5 scheme, which focuses on professional development and support of GPs in their first 5 years post-qualification. He enjoys training and examination of medical students. Of particular interest to him is the use of technology, such as smartphone apps, in providing better patient care.


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