Flu clinics for 2014/15 are now open for booking:
Stanford Medical Centre
Monday 22nd September @ 6.00pm – 8.30pm
Saturday 27th September @ 8.15am – 10.30am
Monday 29th September @ 6.00pm – 8.30pm
Saturday 4th October @ 8.15am – 10.30am
Islingword Road Surgery
Tuesday 23rd September @ 2.10pm – 17.15pm
If you are in an "at risk
" group or over 65, please check with the surgery for our list of Flu Clinics and book an appointment with one of our reception staff on 01273 560109.
Meningicoccal (MEN C) Freshers Vaccination
Are you aged between 17 & 25 (inclusive) anytime during the period between 1/4/14 – 31/10/14?
Attending university for the first time?
Have not previously had any MenC vaccination since the age of 10 years?
If so, you need to get vaccinated by 31/10/14
Please see the receptionist to make an appointment with the nurse to get vaccinated or to discuss whether you need MenC, or any other vaccines, if you are unsure of your vaccination status.
Half day closure
Please note Stanford Medical Centre and Islingword Road Surgery will be closed from 1pm on Thursday 23rd October 2014 for Staff training.
There will be no Doctors/Nurses or Reception staff available during this time.
The surgery will re-open at 8am 24th October 2014.
In case of an emergency please call 0845 145 0121 up to 6.30pm - after 6.30pm please call 111
Statement of Intent - Patient Online: Records Access
This practice is planning to offer our patients the facility to view parts of their GP medical record online by 31st March 2015. Patients will be able to view this information by logging onto an online account. This will be the same online account which some patients already use to book appointments and order repeat medication.
If you are not yet registered to use our online services, Patient Access, please come into the practice with photo ID and an account will be created for you.
The practice would like to know what patients think about online services, please send your feedback to email@example.com
Patient Survey Results and Report - 2013/14
Click here to view the Patient Survey results
Click here to view the Patient Participation report
Electronic Prescription Service
What is the Electronic Prescription Service (EPS)?
EPS is an NHS funded service in England. It gives you the chance to change how your GP sends your prescription to the healthcare professional you choose to get your medicines or appliances from.
What does this mean for you?
If you currently collect your repeat prescriptions from your GP you will not have to visit your GP practice to pick up your paper prescription. Instead, your GP will send it electronically to the place you choose, saving you time.
You will have more choice about where to get your medicines from because they can be collected from a pharmacy near to where you live, work or shop.
You may not have to wait as long at the pharmacy as there will be more time for your repeat
prescriptions to be prepared before you arrive.
For more information about EPS visit www.cfh.nhs.uk/eps, or ask your pharmacy or talk to us.
Common Childhood Illnesses
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University of Brighton students
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NHS England - care.data system
We have been chosen as a GP Practice to extract patient data - how does this effect you as a patient. Please click here for more information.