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Please let Susan Reid our Care Co-ordinator know if you are a Carer so as we can ensure our Carers Register is kept up to date.

Access to your repeat medications have changed. Please be aware that all users of this service have to have obtained a unique pin number to use this on line service by completing an application form and showing ID (Driving licence or Passport). The reception desk will give you your unique pin number so you can order on line prescriptions, make appointments and cancel them. In time you will be able to access your test results and your medical records. You can also install an app on your smart phone if you find this more convenient.

Patients can self refer to the Physiotherapy Department at the PRH. Please go to 'Clinics and Services tab' for further details, the feedback from patients is that it is easy to self-refer to this service

We offer appointments to book with doctors on line ... Visit the Appointments page and click onto the appointments on line tab. 

Have you received your leaflet about how your data is going to be used. Check out the tab. Focus_Group_with_patients_and_PPG_members

The Car Park: Property Services in consultation with the Partners of the practice are looking at how the car park and practice can be made more accessible for all patients, as well as those patients who have specific disability needs and parents of infants in pushchairs. We are hoping we can make long overdue improvements and will keep you advised of our progress. Meanwhile our thanks to all patients who have had the inconvenience of paying for parking their car near to the practice because of the lack of space.

When the practice is closed

Out of hours emergency cover is managed by Harmoni West Sussex who manage the 111 service.

If you require urgent medical attention when the surgery is closed, please  call 111 direct.

The doctor on call may arrange to meet you at the designated centre which is now Princess Royal Hospital or visit you at home if he or she feels it to be appropriate. Medical advice may also be given by a doctor or triage nurse over the telephone.

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