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IMPORTANT NOTICE

Monday 30th October 2017

With effect from 12 noon

Due to the high volume of patients wishing to register at this surgery, we are temporarily capping our list in order that we can continue to provide a safe and timely service to existing patients.

If you are part of the Cornwallis Group of practices, including Essenden Road, who have received a letter saying you are out of area, please call the helpline number below as some of these letters have been sent out incorrectly.

01424 735666

Email: cornwallisplazaenquiries@nhs.net 

If you are a new patient to the area wishing to register at a practice, please contact the allocation line on 01424 735652.

We apologise for any inconvenience caused.

When you attend for your next appointment why not use our new checking in service? As you walk into the waiting room you will see the new automatic check-in ahead of you, to the left. Just touch the screen and follow the instructions. To use it, all you need to know is your date of birth! It really is that simple!

PLEASE NOTE: GP appointments are 10 minutes in duration.

From the 1st September 2017 you will no longer be able to order repeat prescriptions via the surgery email address.

We offer Online Patient Access which will enable you to book appointments and order repeat prescriptions.

To register, please visit the surgery to complete a registration form, bringing with you two forms of identification, one clearly stating your address.

 

Click on our new 'Dementia Support and Information' page (on the right hand side of the home page) for lots of help and advice on dealing with dementia.

Medical Students

Our practice is a 'community teaching practice' for both King's College London and the Brighton and Sussex Medical School.

Medical students may, with your consent in advance, be present during your consultation, or you may be given an appointment with a student, which will be supervised by one of our doctors. Again, this will only be with your consent. This is one way in which medical students learn to become good doctors and understand patient views about their care. 

As a practice we are dedicated to encouraging medical students and newly qualified doctors into General Practice, and we thank you for your tolerance and support.

Please let your doctor or the Practice Manager know if you have any questions about our community medical teaching.

 



 
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