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Wellsbourne Health Centre

All current patients of Ardingly Court Surgery will have recently received a letter about upcoming changes to the way the surgery operates.

As you are probably aware, the practice currently operates across two sites - the city centre site on Ardingly Street, and the Wellsbourne Health Centre on Whitehawk Road. 

From the 1st of April 2018, we will be operating as two separate practices. 

The doctors who work at the practice now will each be based at one site only from April 1st; Dr Sutcliffe, Dr Dirmikis, Dr Greany, Dr Ballantyne, Dr Beesley, and Dr McGavin plan to be based at the Wellsbourne Health Centre in Whitehawk.  Dr Barker and Dr Turlini will be based at Ardingly Street in Kemptown and plan to move to the Palace Place site from September 2018.

You will not be left without GP care at any time and none of the existing doctors intend to stop providing medical care in the city.

You need to decide which doctors you would like to see and which practice you wish to stay registered with – either Ardingly Street or the Wellsbourne Health Centre.   After April 2018 you will not be able to be seen at both sites.

If you wish to continue being seen at Ardingly Court, Ardingly St then you don't need to do anything. Your care will continue to be provided by the Ardingly Court surgery. 

If you wish to be seen at the Wellsbourne Health Centre after 1st April 2018 then you need to let us know, you can fill in the patient letter below, write to us, call us, or fill in a registration slip when you're next in the surgery.

The documents here contain some more information about what will happen from the 1st of April 2018.



 
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