All surgeries are by appointment.
Please note our Receptionists will now be asking patients for a brief outline of your problem when you ring to book an appointment. this new way of working is about offering you the choice to see more appropriate professionals in the practice team or even somewhere else. If they can deal with the problem directly, it will often be quicker and means you may not need to see the GP at all.
Whenever possible please attend the surgery where your notes are held.
Please call at reception or telephone during surgery opening hours only. You are also able to book and cancel appointments online. Please speak to reception to set this up.
We aim to give patients an appointment with 48 hours to see a doctor and 24 hours to see a healthcare professional in line with the government's 'Access Plan'. Our ultimate objective is always to have appointments available on the day.
We still have appointments available for booking in advance. Patients 16 years old and over who have not been seen within 3 years and request a consultation will be given the opportunity to consult on areas appropriate to their circumstances.
If your branch surgery is closed and you need to be seen urgently you should contact the Wadhurst surgery.
|Wadhurst:||Please telephone Wadhurst (01892) 783888 during office hours if you need an appointment.|
|Ticehurst:||During Ticehurst opening hours an appointment may be obtained by telephoning Ticehurst (01580) 200317.|
If you think that telephone advice may be more appropriate than a consultation, please ask the receptionist to leave a message with the GP in the morning who will try to call you back later .
If you have registered your mobile telephone number with us, we will send you appointment reminders. You also have the ability to cancel the appointment up to 24 hours before by responding CANCEL
We understand that there are times you are just unable to make your appointment, or it completely slips your mind - however, we now routinely write to patients who have missed two appointments in a six month period. Patients who regularly fail to attend for booked appointments may be removed from the surgery list and will have to register elsewhere.