New GP - Dr Elaine Seeley
Coinciding with a change in Doctors sessions –
Dr Rivett and Dr Kasztura are going to reduce their hours starting February 9th 2018 which means Dr Rivett will not be here on a Friday and Dr Kasztura will not be here Friday afternoons – all their other sessions remain the same Monday - Thursday.
To ensure patients access to a GP continues we have taken on Dr Elaine Seeley to take over their patients on a Friday and she has many years GP surgery experience locally and an interest in diabetes management.
Measles Outbreak -
There are currently confirmed measles outbreaks in Surrey, Liverpool, Leeds and the West Midlands. There are also several large measles outbreaks across Europe, with Romania, Italy, Germany and Greece being the worst affected countries. In the South East we have a confirmed outbreak in Surrey. If you think you or your child have measles please ring the surgery first to speak to a GP who can advise you. Please note if you are asked to attend or if you attend without ringing first you may be asked to sit in an isolation area until assessed. This is for the protection of everyone and eliminates the risk of passing any infection on to others in the waiting area.
Births, Death and Marriages – new out station in Bexhill
Hastings Register Office is going to have a registration out station at Bexhill Library on a Tuesday and Thursday, for the registration of Births, Death and Marriages. Booking for these appointments can be made on-line at the East Sussex County Council website –eastsussex.gov.uk/registration
or by telephoning the Hastings Office on 0345 60 80 198.
Welcome to Martins Oak Surgery
With patient’s needs at the heart of everything we do, our website has been designed to make it easy for you to gain instant access to the information you need. As well as specific practice details such as opening hours and how to register, you’ll find a wealth of useful pages covering a wide range of health issues along with links to other relevant medical organisations.
A lot of illnesses can be treated in your home by using over the counter medicine and getting plenty of rest and ensuring a well stocked medicine cabinet - Typically you should have – Pain Relief (aspirin/ paracetamol/ ibuprofen) Antihistamine (Cream &/or tablets) Oral rehydration sachets, anti diarrhoea tablets, Antacids for indigestion, etc ..or speak to your pharmacist
You can visit www.nhs.uk or http://www.patient.co.uk/
help outside surgery hours, phone NHS111 and you will be connected to the out-of-hours service.
For advice and information ring NHS Direct by dialling 111
or go to www.nhs.uk
In an emergency call 999
Treating your infection - a really useful guide to self help, expected recovery times & when to seek help - click on this link - Treating Your Infection Leaflet
Named GPs at Martins Oak Surgery
You will have been informed at registration who your Named (or Registered) GP is with the surgery. If you are unsure who your Named/Usual GP is then you can
- find it on the right hand side of any repeat prescription
- Use your Emis ACESS online to see your Named GP
- ask at the surgery when you next attend or make contact