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There were 223 appointments in October where patients did not attend.
Pressure on appointments is always a problem so if in future you are unable to keep any appointments, please advise the Reception Team as soon as possible.
Mon-Fri: 08:30 – 18:00
We have pre-bookable appointments between 7.30am and 6.45pm on various weekdays with the practice nurse and pre-bookable appointments on Saturday mornings with a doctor. For more detail please ring and speak to one of our receptionists on 01273 480888.
This year’s Flu clinics have started. Please contact a member of our Reception Team to make an appointment. We are offering Saturday mornings as well as mid week clinics. This vaccination is particularly recommended for patients aged 65+ (including those who will be 65 by 31stMarch 2014) or patients with the following medical conditions:- Asthma Diabetes [...]
As you may be aware from media coverage, all patients over 75 are now required to have a named lead GP. We have looked at everyone’s records and have endeavoured to allocate you a GP partner that you already know and who is familiar to you. This has been an administrative process based on whom [...]
SCHOOL HILL MEDICAL PRACTICE PATIENT REPRESENTATION GROUP and SURVEY INFORMATION 2013 / 2014 Please click on the link below to view our Practice Survey Report PRACTICE SURVEY REPORT The graphs below display the results of our Practice Survey 2013 / 2014 Survey Completion How easy do you find it to get to the surgery? How [...]
Dr Annis will be joining us at School Hill Medical Practice this month. He has recently completed his General Practice training in Littlehampton, West Sussex. He has an interest in the management of chronic diseases and will be beginning to share the care of our diabetic patients with Dr Lamb. He also has an interest [...]
NHS 111 is the new three-digit telephone service that’s being introduced in spring 2013 to improve access to NHS urgent care services. Patients can use this number when they need medical help or advice and it’s not urgent enough to call 999. NHS 111 operates 24/7, 365 days per year and is free to use from a [...]