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Welcome

Find out when our practice is open, what the GP consulting times are and what to do if you need help when the practice is closed. Find out more

Help us to help you

Did you know, there are a range of services and trained health professionals working closely with your GP that might be better suited to help you? Visit Right Person First to view a list of services available to you and find out how to access them.

The next time you make an appointment, you may be asked some questions about the reason for your appointment. Please don’t be offended – this is simply so that we can make sure you see the person who is most suitable to help you. Of course, you don’t have to do this, but it would help us to help you and ensure you see the right person, first.

Just found out you are pregnant? You can self-refer and book to see a midwife directly without needing to see your GP. Complete the referral form here and your Community Midwife will be in touch. 

Summary Care Record

If you were rushed into hospital, how much would the doctor know about you? Adding information to your summary care record means health and care staff can make better decisions about you. Find out more.

Staff changes

Our Health Care Assistant (HCA), Jodie Sanders, is leaving. We are currently recruiting her replacement. Jodie has been a great member of the team and will be missed by us all. We wish her all the very best for her new job. 

Extended Access Appointments

We are now offering evening appointments, booked in advance, on Tuesday (GP), Wednesday (GP & Nurse) and Thursday (GP) evenings 6.30pm to 8.00pm as part of the government initiative to give patients extended access to appointments. You can also book to see a GP at another local practice on Monday and Friday evenings and Saturday mornings; and by telephone on Sunday mornings. Speak to our reception team to find out more.

Patient Participation Group 

Our PPG organise health initiatives for our community and provide the patient voice for local health care services. They meet every 3rd Monday in the month and are looking for new members. They also want your ideas and feedback on what you want them to focus on this year. Find out more.

Your PPG: Like them on Facebook, follow them on Twitter, sign up for emails or come & say hello

Patient Courses and Educational Events with The Sara Lee Trust

This Spring/Summer the Sara Lee Trust is running a new programme of events that may be of interest to you. Find out more 

Online App for appointments & prescriptions

Available through patientaccess.com, or even better, as a mobile app for both Android and iOS devices, you can:

  • book or cancel appointments
  • order your repeat prescription and 
  • view key parts of your medical record online Find out more

Be self-care aware

A visit to your GP is sometimes unavoidable…but do you really need to see them? Some people visit their GP and receive medicines on prescription when they could have visited their pharmacy for advice or cared for themselves at home. Following national guidance, GPs in Hastings & Rother are encouraging local people to buy common medicines over the counter rather than visiting their GP for a prescription. It’s easier, quicker and cheaper for you – and for the NHS. Find out more.

One You and Community Connectors at Battle Health Centre

One You and Community Connectors are now at Battle Health Centre offering weight loss, smoking cessation, exercise advice and social prescribing and social support. Contact our Reception Team to find out more. Be smoke free - join the national campaign and make 2019 the year you quit smoking for good www.nhs.uk/smokefree 

Change4Life

Visit www.nhs.uk/change4life for fun ideas to help you and your kids eat well, move more and live longer.

Bringing communities together: ESCIS

There is a huge range of services, community organisations, societies and clubs in our local area. Try something new and discover what is available at East Sussex Community Information Service ESCIS.  

Like To Register?

New to the area and would like to join our practice? We would be happy to help you. Fill in our registration forms and come see us. Find out more

Access for Disabled

All consulting rooms are on the ground floor, and both Battle and Robertsbridge have suitable access for wheelchairs. 

Please note that in the interests of all parties, all telephone calls are recorded.

(Site updated 13/06/2019)
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