Edward Hain Community Hospital
Edward Hain Community Hospital is part of pilot to provide day services to people in the local area, helping them to return home from hospital more quickly. A minor injury unit is available at the Stennack Surgery within the town. Free car parking is available at this hospital.
Minor Injury Unit opening hours
X-Ray opening hours
Edward Hain Centre – Winter Pilot
The Edward Hain Centre is winter pilot which began on 2 January 2019. Age UK and the Trust are working in partnership to provide this pilot offer of a six week programme to people who would benefit from a person centred approach to build confidence, promote independence and link them in with other services in the community. Find out more here
The hospital hosts a number of outpatient clinics each week. The details of your appointment and any special instructions will be included in your appointment letter. If you are unsure about anything, please don’t hesitate to give us a call.
The nearest minor injury unit is located at Stennack Surgery, The Old Stennack School, St. Ives, TR26 1RU. Tel: 01736 793333
The service is open from 8am – 8pm Monday to Friday including bank holidays (except Christmas Day and Boxing Day).
No appointment is needed to access the minor injury unit for the treatment of a number of minor conditions. If you are unsure whether your injury can be treated here, NHS 111 is available to provide further advice.
A number of outpatient clinics are provided from the hospital. Your appointment letter will provide more information but if you have any queries, please don’t hesitate to call.
Edward Hain Community Hospital community engagement
For the last 18 months, NHS Kernow Clinical Commissioning Group have engaged with the community about the health needs of St Ives and Penwith. This has included discussions about the future of the Edward Hain Community Hospital.
Edward Hain Evacuation Film
A video showing the fire evacuation procedure at Edward Hain hospital in St Ives was shown to a meeting of local stakeholders. The Cornwall Partnership Foundation Trust met with local people, including councillors, MP Derek Thomas and the hospital’s League of Friends to show them the film as part of an update about the hospital’s closure to in-patients since February and the plans for its future. The evacuation procedure in the past has included the use of a drag mat for bed-bound patients because it is impossible to get the beds through the ward doorways. The CPFT, who took over the provision of community services in April, say this method is unacceptable and unsafe for patients and staff.
The building is owned by NHS Property Services, who also attended the meeting. They have worked with CPFT to resolve the problems and have identified £900,000 of remedial works that will be needed to re-configure the building and install a sprinkler system.
- Free parking
- Disabled parking and access
Support your hospital
The hospital has a charitable fund which is used to improve patient services. The hospital is also generously supported by the League of Friends:
Secretary: Terry Murray