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Welcome to New Pond Row Surgery

surgeryWe are continuing to develop our surgery website as a way of presenting all our patients with an up to date resource for all information relating to our practice. We will keep it current with any news, developments & details that are relevant to the practice & our patients.

Have a look around our website and please do send us some feedback. We can use your thoughts to improve our online services & further develop the website to make it a more useful, practical application for our patients.

The ability to order repeat prescriptions on-line remains popular. Later this year we are piloting online booking for a proportion of appointments and will expand that service if the trial is successful. 


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Ethos of the Practice:

"The continual successful and harmonious development of the practice, its staff and the services it provides to all stakeholders through the unremitting pursuit of excellence. To be a centre of excellence, working in partnership with our patients so that we offer services of the standard we expect our families to receive at the same time providing a happy and balanced working environment"

If you require urgent Medical Advice out of surgery hours 

Please call the new NHS 111 service

Call 999 for any life threatening emergency   

 

 Updated  Appointment System 

Further to the recent trial we have  now implemented  a revised appointment sytem which we hope eases access and provides a more flexible service for patients. We have listened to patient feedback from the trial and adopted changes in an attempt to meet patients' expectations. The new system builds on the Doctor triage model for urgent needs that we have adopted over the last 2 years but maintains prebookable future appointments. Once again we will monitor the new system to ensure it delivers an improved service.Also don't forget there are a limited number of bookable Saturday morning appointments  available each week.  

Summer Fete

A summer fete will be held on Saturday 26th July in the Lancing Methodist Church Hall, Chester Avenue at 10am to 2pm

Your contribution towards this event would be most appreciated, i.e. raffle prizes; tombola stall items; books and cash donations, please contact Graham on 01903 762350

All monies raised will be spent on much needed Medical Equipment for the benefit of New Pond Row Patients

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Repeat Prescriptions

If you are on regular medication and your condition is stable, it may be possible to obtain post-dated prescriptions for up to 6months in advance. Please mention this to your Doctor or Chronic Disease Nurse specialist at your next review if you are interested in this service.

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*Fundraising Concert for Heart Defibrillator*

Many thanks to the  'Tony Strudwick Band and Singers'  for the  fantastic concert  at Lancing Parish Hall on 13th March 2014. Thank you to all the patients who attended whom I am sure would agree it was brilliant evening's entertainment. The magnificent sum of £520 was raised which will go towards prucahsing a new Cardiac Defibrillator for the surgery.


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(Site updated 16/07/2014)
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