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Latest News

APPOINTMENTS

From April 2018, you will be able to book a Doctors appointment one month in advance.

You can access allocated appointments via your online system, over the phone or at reception.

There will be a variety of 10 minute and 15 minute appointments to best suit your needs. 10 minute on the day appointments are handy for any on day problems that occur. This system will work alongside the old system whereby you can book triage, on the day, and Nurses appointments as per normal.

GDPR

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is the new, Europe-wide law which comes into effect on 25th May 2018. It will be replacing the Data Protection Act 1998 in the UK. The GDPR is an opportunity for every organisation to give individuals (in our case patients) more control and rights over their personal data. The aim is to protect all EU citizens from privacy and data breaches in an increasingly data-driven world. A leaflet will be available to explain this in more detail in due course.

CQC

We recently had a CQC focused visit which resulted in Ardingly Court Surgery being given a 'good 'rating - CQC focused report

URINE SAMPLES

From now on we cannot accept urine samples unless requested by a health care professional. All patients must fi ll in a sample form (found at reception) or it will not be accepted. All samples must be brought to the surgery by 1pm, we cannot process them after this time. Thank you.

NEWSLETTER

We hope you will view our excellent and colourful newsletter, which contains many great pieces of information, including self-help and self-care methods

Spring Newsletter

NEW STAFF

We are pleased to welcome our new practice manager, Diane Rayner, to the Practice.

We are pleased to welcome our new GP Dr Neil Singh

And a new Pharmacy Technician Louise Makuvise 

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