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Stone Cross, Pevensey Bay & Westham Surgery

Our doctors, nurses and staff take pride in offering the highest standard of patient-centred healthcare.We run many clinics for chronic disease care and offer a wide variety of other medical services such as antenatal and postnatal care, minor surgery, childhood vaccinations, smoking cessation, sexual health, contraception including coils and implants and cryotherapy.

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******* Easter Opening Times ********

Friday 18th April 2014: Closed

Monday 21st April: Closed

Tuesday 22nd April: Open as usual

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2014 Patient Survey Results  -   

 


Online Pre-Bookable Appointment System

 

To register for this service you will need to come in to one of our surgeries and complete a very short form, or fill in and print here. The receptionist will then enter your details and print the registration information for you.  Having problems logging on? Please e-mail Connie on stone.cross@nhs.net.

To input your registration for the service please click here  .

For future log-in please click here .

** We have created a guide on how to register and use this system and is AVAILABLE HERE  for viewing, saving or printing**


 
Shingles Vaccines are now available (eligible patients only)

Patients aged 70 and 79 AND who have received a letter from us. Please contact the surgery to book into one of our clinics on 761461.   

 


 

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Our 2014 Questionnaire Results are now available. See below, under further information, and click on "Survey Report".

If you are considering attending A&E please see 'A&E and Alternatives' under 'Clinics & Services' along the top tabs.

 
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