Clinics & Services

The list below is available through the Surgery - contact us for details.

  • Diabetic Care
  • Asthma Clinic
  • Suture Removal
  • Smears
  • Private Medicals
  • Vaccinations
  • Midwife Clinic
  • Post-Natal
  • Patient Participation Group (PPG)
  • Children’s Health Clinics
  • Contraceptive Advice including coil/implants
  • Carer information & Advice
  • Travel Clinics
  • Minor Surgery and cryotherapy
  • Coronary Heart Disease Clinic
  • Children’s Immunisations

Care Co-ordinator

Our care co-ordinator is Sue.  The aim of the care co-ordinator is to provide a vital signposting service to our elderly and more vulnerable patients as well as their families and carers.  They liaise between the community health providers such as the Proactive Care Team and other local services such as the Wellbeing Hub, Age UK and Dementia Care services.


The surgery is keen to support carers and hold a register of carers of our registered patients and registered patients who are carers for others.  Please ask for and complete a Carer’s Registration Form, available from our reception desk or follow this link to complete an online form: Carer's Registration online form

Blood Tests and Test Results

Blood tests are performed at the Rainbow Unit at Horsham Hospital.  They operate a walk-in and wait service.  The opening hours are as follows:

  • Monday to Friday Tuesday 8am – 3.45pm

Please remember to take your blood test request form with you.

Test results are available over the telephone only after 11.30am Monday to Friday during the surgery's core hours. Due to the number of results we receive and to verify they have arrived at the practice and have been seen by the GP, we ask that patient call the surgery for their results. You must allow at least 5 working days for the result to be returned to us. Some test results may take longer to be returned and the clinician should advise you accordingly. If your test was carried out at a hospital at the request of a consultant or specialist you should contact the hospital you attended for the result of your test if you have not been informed in appropriate time. This is because we do not receive these results directly, so please do not call the surgery.

Very often test results are within normal ranges and in these instances our fully trained receptionists are able to inform you of your result. They are also able to inform you if the doctor has made a comment for action and what that action may be; such as a prescription for medication. Otherwise the doctor may have commented that they would like to discuss the result with you and our receptionist will arrange a suitable appointment for this. All our staff are required to adhere to strict confidentiality at all times. Please respect the receptionist's role and understand that they are in a position to assist you.

Home Blood Pressure Monitoring

If you have asked by one of our nurses to monitor your blood pressure, please use the form below.

Home Blood Pressure Monitoring

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