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We have a half day closing today for education and updates for all staff so doors and phone will be closed from 12.30 Wednesday 18th until Thursday 19th at 8.30am.   
Queens Jubilee - We will be closed for the 2 days of the Jubilee (Thursday 2nd and Friday 3rd June) - please ensure you have requested your regular medications in good time and we will be processing requests until Wednesday 6pm.  Check with your usual chemist on any special opening hours they may be offering but the surgery will not be open between Wednesday 1st June from 6.30pm until Monday 6th June 8.30am.

COVID Boosters - Available on 119 service or www.nhs.uk  online booking across various sites including the Hastings Town Hall, Crumbles Eastbourne and many Hastings pharmacies.  

FIND YOUR NHS NUMBER HERE

The results are in - 2021 Patient Satisfaction Survey

All we can say is THANK YOU - to our lovely patients who took the time to fill in & return their surveys

THANK YOU - to our 100% rated Reception/Admin team who have always been amazing but excelled throughout the pandemic 

THANK YOU -To our 100% rated clinicians who give you time, listen to you and treat you with care & courtesy 

For the full report click on this link -

gp-patient.co.uk/PatientExperiences?practicecode=G81023 

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New Patient Registration

Martins_OakTo register as a patient first check that you live in our practice area which includes Battle, Netherfield, Mountfield, Telham, Catsfield and Crowhurst.

It does not include Sedlescombe, Ninfield, Hastings, St Leonards-on-Sea, Dallington, Brightling or Robertsbridge.

To register with our practice you would need to bring proof of your ID and a current utility bill or similar as a proof of your address. You can register rest of your family at the same time. If you have your NHS cards that you received when you registered with your previous GP please bring them in, if you cannot find these, we can supply registration forms.

All new patients are offered a health check with a member of the healthcare team to ensure that any required tests are up to date and that we have an accurate note of any repeat medication you may be taking.

Your Usual Doctor

Following changes in GP services in England, patients are registered with a particular "named" GP in the practice.  Patients can express a preference to see any GP but need to understand that if they want to see a GP urgently, they have to accept whoever is available, unless they choose to wait for a routine non-urgent appointment with their preferred GP.

Guide to GP Services

The Royal College of General Practitioners has produced a useful guide for patients about the services on offer at GP Surgeries and how to access them.  You can download the guide below.

pdf A Patient Guide to GP Services

 
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