Access and Contact with the Practice during the Covid-19 Pandemic

How to access your GP Practice: The Practice is open as normal, however we ask patients only to attend at the Practice if you have an appointment, otherwise contact via phone, e-mail, SystmOne on-line etc. We have installed a new door entry system at both Cuckfield Medical Practice and The Vale Surgery.  This has been


NHSEngland wrote to all Practices this week (15th February 2021) to update on a new, data-driven risk assessment, called the COVID-19 Population Risk Assessment. This has been developed to help identify people who may be at high risk from COVID-19. It has been used at a national level to help identify an additional group of

COVID-19 – Information for Patients

NHS Digital are aware of several ongoing spam SMS campaigns seeking to exploit the ongoing UK Coronavirus vaccination efforts. These campaigns variously claim to be from the UK Government, the NHS, Test and Trace, GP surgeries, pharmacies, or from other health organisations like the WHO. Typically, the content of these messages attempts to direct users

Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) Information

Following the merger of the CCGS in Sussex, the launch of their new websites and office moves, please note the new address and website link for West Sussex CCG: NHS West Sussex Clinical Commissioning Group, Wicker House, High Street,Worthing, BN11 1DJ

Face Covering

From 15th June 2020 all patients and visitors to the Practice are required to wear a face covering. The covering does not have to be a surgical mask – scarves, neck ruffs and bandannas can be used. This is in line with Government Guidance. The exceptions to this would be children under the age of

COVID 19 – Parent Guide

CHILDREN RETURNING TO SCHOOL If you have any questions or concerns regarding children returning to school please click here to link to the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health who has guidance on this issue, which is of understandable concern to many parents.

NHS 111

NHS 111 either online at or by phone – dial 111 to find out what to do and where to go when you have an urgent but non-threatening medical concern. It directs you to the right local service, first time. It is available across the whole of England making it easier for you to