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New 2015 newsletter available now!

Come and test your own Blood Pressure available at Stone Cross!

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.

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.


Dr Bansel - Retiring 31st January 2015

Dear Patients,

After 8 years of hospital service and 30 years of General Practice I have decided to retire from full time practice on 31 January 2015.

I will still be doing locums in local surgeries for a few more years before giving up completely.

I am late in giving this notice because I was hoping to name my successor. However, do date; our practice is still busy looking for the right candidate. There is a country wise shortage of General Practitioners.

While waiting to appoint a new GP all of my patients will be relocated to the existing partners so that there will be a responsible GP for all patients.

Therefore, after my departure you can ring reception to find out which doctor has been allocated to you. I am sure you will continue to be cared superbly by my colleagues.

I have enjoyed my time at the surgery and have come to know some of you and your families very well and I will be sad to say goodbye.

I wish you all the very best for the future.

Kind regards,

Dr A Bansel

Note from the Practice Manager:

Whilst I appreciate that patients will want to say goodbye, I would urge all patients only to book an appointment with Dr Bansel if a medical condition necessitates this. Patients booking just to say goodbye will cause extra pressure for Dr Bansel and could result in a patient with a serious problem not being able to see their own doctor.

If you would like to send Dr Bansel a message, you can do this via an email: or by sending in a card.

With many thanks for your co-operation.

Gillie Andrews



2014 Patient Survey Results  - 



Online Pre-Bookable Appointment/Repeat Prescription 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

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, 78 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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