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Are you looking after or providing support for a relative friend or neighbour? Are you being helped or supported by a relative friend or neighbour?

Your GP needs to know so you can be offered the right information, support and access to services. GP surgeries have to compile information for the government about the numbers of carers attached to the surgery so your information will help them to do this.

If you want to register as a carer, please complete the online form or collect the form from the reception. 

Clinics: Diabetes/Hypertension/Asthma/COPD check

The practice nurses are able to offer regular checks for those with diabetes, hypertension, asthma & COPD. They can monitor the blood sugar, check blood pressures and peak flows etc as needed. They can also offer advice on your medication. Everyone with diabetes, hypertension, asthma & COPD should have regular checks. 

Diabetic Eye Screening

Family Planning Service

A full range of family planning service is available including the fitting of coils, contraceptive implants and cervical screening. Please contact reception to make an appointment with GP or Practice Nurse.

Interpreting and Translation

These services can be provided but we would require notice to set the facility up. Please speak to one of the receptionists in order that arrangements can be made.

NHS Health Check

We are offer free NHS health Check if you are eligible. Find out more on the NHS website

Referrals & Self Referrals

Did you know that there are some free NHS health services you can access without needing an appointment with your GP? This is called self-referral and could help you find the care you need quicker and more easily than going through your surgery. Self-referral often includes services for drug and alcohol problems, as well as antenatal care and improving access to psychological therapies (IAPT).

You can register for most of them online. In some cases you refer yourself by phoning rather than emailing or by completing an online form. Just click on the service you’re interested in, then search your area for a simple link to the easiest way to access the service.

Self-referral services vary by area though – and they might be provided by a variety of organisations, all approved and commissioned by the NHS.

Find more information and services local to you by visiting the below links. If you can’t find the information you need, try searching the NHS website or contact your GP practice.

  • Drugs and Alcohol: Change Grow Live provided help for those who are using alcohol or drugs such as opiates, cocaine, cannabis, benzodiazepines, ketamine, MDMA, steroids and amphetamine. They offer one to one or group work support, substitute prescribing, detox and rehab programmes.
  • Maternity: Just found out you are pregnant? Book to meet your Midwife to plan your care. Your Community Midwife will be in contact with you to book your first appointment. The more you know about your pregnancy and your options, the more you are likely to feel in control. The information given here is based on The Pregnancy Book, which your midwife should give you at your first appointment. Get More pregnancy advice on the NHS website
  • Mental Health: Health in Mind is a service offering support to adults experiencing mild to moderate anxiety or low mood. If you have particularly severe difficulties, or if your difficulties have been going on for some time, you should visit your GP so he or she can ensure you get the help you need.
    Also Sussex Mental Health Line offers 24 hour support, information and signposting to anyone experiencing difficulties, or who may be in crisis and in urgent need of help with their mental health. Mental health phoneline please call 08000309500
  • NHS E-referral tracking: If your doctor has referred you to a hospital specialist for further care you will receive a letter from us within 2 weeks giving details of how to book/check your appointment and any passwords you may need. To track your e-Referral you will need the following details to log into the e-Referral website:
    • Your date of birth
    • Reference number – this will be on the first page of your letter
    • Password – this will be on the second page of your letter
  • Physiotherapy: If you have a problem that you feel physiotherapy would help with, you can self-refer and the MSK team will be in contact with you to arrange an appointment. patient are now able to self-refer for physio via MSK. More information can be found on the NHS Website
  • Sexual Health: The local sexual health clinic can help with many aspects such as, STI testing, HIV, contraception, pregnancy advice and cervical screening.
  • Community Connector Service: Community Connectors is a Social Prescribing service, working within GP Practices across East Sussex supporting you to improve your health and wellbeing. Social Prescribing helps you to find out about local services, groups and activities that can support you to improve your health and emotional wellbeing.

Smoking Cessation

We do offer smoking cessation clinic with our Health Care Assistant (HCA), Please contact surgery to book the appointment.  Alternately “One You East Sussex” can provided the advice and support service. For more information please go to the One You East Sussex website

You can also try the NHS Quit Smoking app, or for more information visit the NHS website

Update Your Details

If you change name, address, telephone number or email, please put in writing or email using our secure online form to let us know. If you move outside the practice area you may need to find a doctor in your new area.


We do offer vaccinations such as B12, Depo, Tetanus, shingle…etc for adults when necessary.  

We also offer Influenza vaccinations (flu clinic) from September each year. 

Additional Services

In addition to our core consultation, diagnostic and referral services we also offer:

  • Blood Pressure Check
  • Blood Test
  • Childhood immunisations
  • Chlamydia Screening
  • ECGs check    
  • Emergency Contraception
  • Extended Hours Service
  • Hearing Test Referrals
  • Heart Disease Prevention
  • Joint Injection
  • Memory Testing
  • Minor Injuries 
  • Palliative Care
  • Repeat Prescription
  • Sick Certificates
  • Social Prescribing
  • Spirometry
  • Warfarin (INR testing)
  • Wound Management