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Flu Jabs


We are still offering flu jabs for those who are over 65 or in an At Risk Group.  Contact us to book in.


Improved Access


We are now offering appointments from 6.30pm - 8.00pm one evening per week and 1 in 5 Saturday's we will offer a morning clinic.  We hope this will assist patients who are unable to access the Surgery during normal hours.


Dr Jessa Morton


We are pleased to announce that Dr Jessa Morton joined us on the 19th November as a Retention GP.


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. 

Home Visits

Telephone Wadhurst (01892) 782121

Home VisitsWhen a home visit is needed please ring Wadhurst surgery before 10.00am, if possible. Wherever possible try to attend the surgery; this will often mean being seen quicker, and better facilities are available for your treatment. If you need an urgent visit please make this clear in order that the doctor receives the correct message and can take the appropriate action.

Telephone Advice

If you wish to speak to your doctor on the telephone, please call  01892 782121 after 9am and leave a message with the receptionists. The doctor will try to call you back later in the day.

 
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