With patients' 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. Please use the translation button on the right hand side if English is not your first language. 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.
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Engage (Online) Consult
This is an online tool that allows you to input your symptoms; along the way you will be given suggestions that may be the answer you are after.
If you are still requiring information then a report of your communication is sent to the GP for action and this will result in some/one of the following:
- Receive a call to discuss further
- Refer to a specialist
- Prescribe medication
After you have looked at the 'How to' guides below, click on the blue box above to register/start
Engage Consult - Patient Guide No 1 How to sign up for Online Consultations with your GP Practice
Engage Consult - Patient Guide No 2 How to send a message to your GP Practice using Engage Consult
Please note any digital image submitted as part of an online consultation, will be stored within your clinical notes
2020/2021 Flu Clinic's
20 November 2020
The government announced earlier today that people aged between 50 and 64 years old (who are not in a clinical at-risk group) will be offered a free flu vaccination in clinics operating across Sussex this December.
GP practices are now working with the NHS and partners to finalise plans to deliver flu a fresh round of clinics to this cohort safely during the pandemic.
GPs have a list of everyone who is registered with them aged 50 to 64 and will invite them to a clinic directly, at from their GP or pharmacy.
People in Sussex that are aged 50 to 64 year’s old do not need to take any action and are asked wait for contact from their GP, and not call their practice about the flu vaccine at this stage, while they finalise plans for further vaccination clinics.
This will help ensure GPs and their staff are free to help those in immediate need – you will be contacted directly and do not need to take any further action.
With COVID-19 circulating, GPs have been working hard to ensure everyone eligible can get their free flu vaccine, including implementing big changes this year to the way the NHS is providing the free flu jab due to the pandemic.
The local NHS wants to reassure everyone that getting the flu vaccine is safe during the lockdown, and there is plenty of time for everyone eligible to book and get their flu jab. Providers of vaccination will take all necessary measures to keep you safe, including wearing protective equipment and staggering clinic appointment times.
Some people aged 50 to 64 years old are entitled to a flu jab sooner:
- If you are aged 50 to 64 and are in a clinical at risk group which is eligible for the flu vaccination, for example you have a health condition which puts you at risk
- Anyone of any age, including those between 50-64, who is a household member or a carer of a shielded patient
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Coronavirus (Covid 19)
A message from Sussex Health and Care Partnership
The phased roll-out of the COVID-19 vaccination programme is continuing across Sussex.
As we roll out vaccines, we’d like to remind people of 3 things:
- The NHS will contact you when it’s your turn, so please do not contact us beforehand.
- Please act on your invite when it comes.
- Remember Hands, Face, Space. It will save lives and help the NHS
In Sussex, the vaccine is currently available from three ‘hospital hub’ sites and from 15 GP-led local vaccination services, covering 56 practices, with many more due to start offering the vaccine over the coming weeks.
Please read more details here:
You or someone you care for may benefit from using the NHS Electronic Repeat Dispensing service if you use the same medicines regularly. This service saves you time, it means you don’t need to request or collect your prescription from your GP practice every time you need a further supply. Your GP will ensure you are suitable for the service and produce a batch of prescriptions that can last up to 12 months. Please click HERE for more information.
Alternative Methods to Access Medical Advice:
Online Patient Access
This is available to all our adult patients and will allow you to book daytime appointments with our in house GP’s and our other clinicians.
This system will also allow you to:
- Order your repeat prescriptions
- View your test results
Registration to this system is done via our Reception team. Please print, complete then post the form through our letterbox. During the Coronavirus outbreak, you will not be required to provide the identification mentioned, this will be asked for at a later date when the Covid rules have been relaxed.
Online Patient Access - Adult (16 years+)
Online Patient Access - Child (0-11 years)
This is a video GP service that is now available.
This service is provided by an external GP service, not our own GP’s.
It lets you talk to a GP in minutes OUTSIDE normal hours. It is free
- Download the LIVI app
- Book an appointment: within minutes or at a future date
- Wait for a GP to video call you back
This is a Practice based service that allows you to see a GP or Nurse face to face in the evening or weekend.
This service is offered in several local GP Practices and you will be offered an appointment for that day at the Practice on duty. They will have access to your medical records so there is continuity of care.
This appointment must be booked via our Reception team
Get Well, Keep Well
Of course we’re not just here for when you are unwell. Our team of healthcare professionals and back-up staff offer a number of clinics and services to promote good health and wellbeing whatever your medical condition.
The Better Health campaign encourages adults to introduce changes that will help them work towards a healthier weight, with a suite of free tools and apps supporting people to eat better, drink less alcohol and get active.
This includes a new app for the free 12-week NHS Weight Loss Plan, helping people make healthier food choices and learn skills to prevent weight gain. Better Health NHS
CQC Inspection January 2017
We would like to confirm our latest inspection report has now been published and we have been given a GOOD rating in all accountable areas of care and management. Please read the full report in: Further Information: Care Quality Commission.
We now have a bookcase in the Manor Park Surgery waiting room where you can buy a book for £1 and all proceeds go towards purchasing patient focused equipment.
Book donations would be appreciated to keep this resource going. Many thanks.
(Site updated 06/01/2021)