Health services are currently very busy. Please help the NHS help you by using the most appropriate NHS service if you need help.  The Practice will be closed on Bank Holidays:  Monday 2nd May and Thursday 2nd June and Friday 3rd June.  We expect our phone lines to be very busy when we re-open.  Please consider using other services listed below if appropriate.

Local pharmacies are open over the weekend and can provide expert help and advice.  Please always consider seeking advice from your Pharmacy.

Minor Injury Units and Urgent Treatment Centres are also open over the weekend - see details below.

Please only go to A&E or Emergency Departments if it is a life-saving emergency, like a suspected stroke or heart attack or severe bleeding.

NHS111 can help you get to the right service and they can link you in with out of hours GP services, walk-in-centres and other services.

Please consider attending the Urgent Treatment Centres if appropriate.  Follow the links below for more information:

Crawley Hospital - https://www.sussexcommunity.nhs.uk/services/urgent-treatment-centre/109069

Lewes Victoria Hospital - https://www.sussexcommunity.nhs.uk/services/urgent-treatment-centre-utc-at-lewes-victoria-hospital/109005

Uckfield  https://www.sussexcommunity.nhs.uk/services/minor-injuries-unit-miu-at-uckfield-community-hospital/109006

The Crawley Hospital Urgent Treatment Centre is open 24 hours a day, every day, this Bank Holiday weekend

The Walk-in service at Brighton Station Heath Centre/ is open every day this Bank Holiday weekend. Open 8am-8pm every day

The Minor Injuries Unit at Queen Victoria Hospital, East Grinstead is open every day this Bank Holiday weekend. Open 8am-8pm every day

The Minor Injuries Unit at Crowborough Hospital is open every day this Bank Holiday weekend. Open 8am-8pm every day

The Minor Injuries Unit at Uckfield Community Hospital is open every day this Bank Holiday weekend. Open 8am-8pm every day

The Urgent Treatment Centre at Lewes Victoria Hospital is open every day this Bank Holiday weekend. Open 8am-8pm every day

NHS111 can help you get to the right service and they can link you in with out of hours GP services, walk-in-centres and other services.

Please only go to A&E or Emergency Departments if it is a life-saving emergency.

Alternatively, you can contact a GP via the Livi app.

Surgery Hours 

Monday08:00 - 18:30
Tuesday08:00 - 18:30
Wednesday08:00 - 18:30
Thursday08:00 - 18:30
Friday08:00 - 18:30
Saturday* & Sunday

Closed

*We are now able to offer GP and Nurse

appointments on a Saturday Morning at our

Network Group practice.  Currently these are held at 

Dolphins Practice in Haywards Heath.

IMPROVED ACCESS:

Evening and weekend access to GP appointments

Patients registered with us can now access evening and weekend GP appointments.

You can book evening and weekend appointments at one of our primary care hubs in the local area.  Please contact the surgery for more information and to book into one of these appointments.

Bank Holidays opening hours:

The Practice will be closed on Bank Holidays:  Monday 2nd May and Thursday 2nd June and Friday 3rd June.  We expect our phone lines to be very busy when we re-open.  Please consider using other services listed below if appropriate. If you need urgent medical attention over the weekend and bank holiday then please ring NHS 111.

Health services are currently very busy. Please help the NHS help you by using the most appropriate NHS service if you need help. 

On occasion we may have to close for staff training.  If you need medical attention when the practice is closed please telephone 111

We will be closed for staff training on:  the afternoon of Wednesday 18th May 2022, from 12.30pm to 6.30pm 

                                                                                             Wednesday 6th July 2022, from 12.30pm to 6.30pm

                                                                                             Wednesday 12th October 2022, from 12.30pm to 6.30pm

 

 

 

 

  

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