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Flu Seasonal Vaccination-   We still have stocks available to ALL groups  (Nasal Flu for children 2-17, Under 65 Adult vaccine and Over 65 vaccine) If you usually have and so far have not made it to a clinic - please call 772060 to book


Early Closing - We will be closing our doors at 5.30pm on Friday 7th December so we can thank our hardworking team here with a celebration meal for a great year (see below)  


THANK YOU - to All our patients but especially those who took the time to complete the NHS England Practice feedback forms - we came fourth in the country (out of 7109 eligible practices) with your positive responses on questions on our GPs, reception and general access - we will try to improve where marked down and maintain standards where you were most impressed.  Thank you again from the whole team at Martins Oak


Help and information for local services - Really useful weblinks on our Live Well page (near the bottom on right hand menu) including One You East Sussex links to help stop smoking, move more, drink less, eat well, lose weight


Now available Online - Booking Appointments, order Prescriptions and view your Medical Summary - (See Prescriptions Page for Details)

Home Visits

Doctor's bag

If you feel you need a home visit, please phone the reception team on 01424 772263, if possible before 10:30.  We cannot guarantee that it will be your usual GP who visits, as we share the workload of home visits. If you are physically fit to come to the surgery, you should do so, even if it means getting a taxi or a friend or relative to bring you.  Very few children ever need a home visit.  Even children who have a fever or are vomiting can be brought quite safely to the surgery.

Emergencies 

If you think you need an urgent visit during surgery hours, ring the reception team on 01424 772263 and make sure they know you think it is urgent. A doctor may speak to you first, and might decide you should come to the surgery to be seen.

 

You can also be visited at home by a community nurse if you are referred by your GP. You should also be visited at home by a health visitor if you have recently had a baby or if you are newly registered with a GP and have a child under five years.

 

 
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