2017-18 Flu Season
We are now taking bookings for flu vaccinations. Clinics start from Monday 25th September. Our annual newsletter, produced by the Leacroft Support Group, is available to download from this page or from the link below.
We will be holding a Saturday flu clinic on 7th October from 8am to 12pm. Please book early. These clinics are ideal for working parents with children aged 2-3 who are eligible for the free nasal spray vaccination, or for working people in other at risk groups.
You are eligible for a free vaccination if you are 65 or over on 31/3/2018, or if you have a complicating condition that may put you at risk. Please see the newsletter for a full breakdown or call us at the surgery if you are unsure. Children aged 2-3 are also eligible.
2017-18 Flu Newsletter
We are proud to be a GP training practice, and to be helping to train the next generation of doctors to look after you and your family. This means that for several months of the year, we host medical students on placement from Brighton and Sussex Medical School. It is possible that a medical student may be scheduled to observe your consultation with any one of our clinicians. If you do not feel comfortable with this, please let our Reception team know either when booking your appointment or on arrival. You can also ask the student to leave at any point during your consultation should you change your mind.
Extended Access - Survey
Crawley CCG would like to gather patient feedback on the future provision of extended access in Crawley, which means providing access to GP services at more convenient times such as evenings and weekends.
Please take 5 minutes to complete the survery by clicking the link below to ensure your voice is heard.
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NAMED ALLOCATED GP
All of our patients now have a named allocated GP. Currently, for all patients this GP is Dr. Charlotte Ruglys.
This does not affect anyone's ability to see any of the clinicians at the practice.
Charges for non-NHS related items
All requests for letters from your GP will carry an administration charge if they are non NHS related. This will also apply to all letters related to DWP.