Please note that from 4.00pm Wednesday 29th June – 9.00am Friday 1st July, we will have a very limited service available.

During this time, our clinical systems will be updated as part of the merger with Brighton Health and Wellbeing. We will endeavour to help our patients as much as we can but will have no access to our patients’ medical history.

This is a very temporary pause to our normal service and apologise ion advance for any inconvenience this may cause.

Our phone lines and email contact will still be available however, as we will not have access to our clinical systems, we will not be able to provide you with any information on test results, prescriptions or medical history.

 If you need to order your medications during this time, we encourage you to do so before 29th June to avoid delays in medication getting to you. You can do this via the Prescription On demand service 0808 164 7678

For booking your Covid vaccine or queries about bookings, please do not call the surgery. Please call the Booking Hub on 0300 303 8060



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Coronavirus (COVID-19)


To help prevent the spread of Coronavirus we are using our surgery differently. No face to face appointments are being carried out, unless you have been asked to attend our surgery site.

If you need to contact the surgery, please use the online consultation tool by clicking on the box at the top of this page or clicking here. PLEASE DO NOT COME IN TO THE SURGERY

24h online contact service

Patients can contact us via our 24h online consultation facility by clicking on the box at the top of this page or clicking here.

You can submit information and questions online and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

Special arrangements for vulnerable patients and those who do not have access to online technology

Please contact us by telephone or ask someone to send an online query on your behalf, using our online consultation facility.


People who are of the very highest risk have been identified as ‘shielded’ patients and have received an NHS letter advising them to stay at home for 12 weeks

These are people who have been identified as highest risk – Shielded patients. You will shortly be receiving a letter from the NHS with advice on keeping yourself safe at home during the coronavirus pandemic. Please read this letter carefully.

We will be advising you to stay at home at all times and avoid all face-to-face contact for at least twelve weeks, except for carers and healthcare workers who you must see as part of your medical care.

If you have not received a letter, please wait as letters are still being sent out. If you are in this group of patients, you will receive a letter shortly.


The NHS has put in place measures to ensure the safety of all patients and NHS staff.

The latest information on symptoms of coronavirus infection can be found on

NHS 111 has an online coronavirus service that can tell you if you need medical help and advise you what to do.

The Government is urging everyone to stay at home.

Please see the latest guidance

If you feel you cannot cope with your symptoms at home please use the NHS 111 online coronavirus service here


If you are having to self-isolate or you are unable to go to work, you can now get your own ‘fit note’ here


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