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Flu Jabs

We are now running Saturday morning flu clinics for Patient in at Risk groups and those who are over 65:

Saturday 20th October (Wadhurst)Saturday 27th October (Ticehurst)Saturday 17th November (Wadhurst)Saturday 24th November (Wadhurst)

Dr Alison Shaw & Dr Claire Tickner

We are pleased to announce that Dr Alison Shaw & Dr Claire Tickner will be joining our team on Tuesday 3rd July as Salaried GPs.

Online Service for Repeat Prescriptions

The service has moved to Patient Access via EMIS WEB for repeat prescribing. See Further Information Tab for more information about this service and other online services.

Patient Notice

Please avoid using the NHS111 out of hours service for repeat prescriptions.

Repeat Prescription Forms

Please leave completed forms in the black box in the surgery lobby. It will take 48 hours to allow us to process repeat prescriptions.

Travel Clinic

Unfortunately we are only able to offer a limited travel vaccine service at the surgery. This is only for those vaccines available through the NHS.  There are local travel clinics available who will be able to advise and help you with all your requirements for your travel abroad.

Patient Decision Aids

Patient Decision Aids (PDAs) are designed to help people make decisions about difficult healthcare choices.

They have good quality information about all the options and the health problem, and questions to help you think about what is important to you.

Going through a Decision Aid will help you make an informed decision about which option is best for you.

Hip and Knee decision support telephone service for patients:
0845 450 5851

There are nationally available PDAs that patients can access to help them plan their conversation prior to their clinical appointment. These can be found at:

https://health.ebsco.com/products/option-grid (this link will open in a new window - popups must be allowed)


 



 
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