Half day closure Wednesday 21st February 2024
Half day closure for training on Wednesday 21st February from 12:30
If you cannot wait until surgery re-opens the next day, call the surgery to hear the Out of Hours GP number.
Measles outbreak in England - January 2024
UK Health Protection Agency January 2024 - Measles outbreak
Measles spreads very easily among those who are unvaccinated, especially in nurseries and schools. It can be a very unpleasant illness and in some children can be very serious, leading to hospitalisation and tragically even death in rare cases. People in certain at-risk groups including babies and young children, pregnant women, and people with weakened immunity, are at increased risk of complications from measles.
The Argus newspaper - Brighton and hove parents urged to check children's vaccines
NHS launches catch up campaign for missed MMR vaccines
About Measles: https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/measles/
Do more with the NHS App
What you can do with the NHS App
The NHS App allows you to access a range of NHS services. You can download the NHS App on your phone or tablet. You can also access the same services in a web browser by logging in through the NHS website.
You must be aged 13 or over to use the NHS App. You also need to be registered with a GP surgery in England or the Isle of Man. Find out more about who can use the NHS App.
CLICK this link to find out what you can do with NHS App: About the NHS App - NHS (www.nhs.uk)
CLICK the link below for a PDF Leaflet
Click the image above if you already have a SystmOne online account. If you don't have an online account, you can create an NHS App online account instead without visiting the surgery.
COVID-19: Visiting Your GP Surgery
In line with Government guidance, you are no longer required to wear a face covering when visiting the surgery unless you have respiratory symptoms or have a preference to do so.
Until we have further information about possible new strains, please be mindful of keeping a reasonable distance between yourself and others.
It is no longer a requirement to get a PCR test or undertake an LFD, neither is it mandatory to self-isolate unless you work in a healthcare or education – please check with your employer if in doubt.
Should you have COVID symptoms, it continues to be recommended that you stay at home as far as possible for 5 days, and that when you do go out you wear a face covering especially when visiting a health or social care environment.
Please continue to wash/sanitise hands regularly.
Disruption to services
The rates of infection have dropped dramatically but there may still be times when we have to cancel clinics at short notice due to members of our team or their dependents become unwell. We will, of course, let you know of any changes to clinics as quickly as possible and thank you for your understanding.