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Manor Park SurgeryHigh StreetPolegateEast Sussex, BN26 5DJTel: 01323 484848
Our team of qualified nurses run clinics and offer chronic disease reviews, advice, treatment and screening, with support from the doctors, for the following:
In addition to general health services, the Doctors also offer:
Cryotherapy – freezing of verrucas, skin tags and other amenable skin lesions using liquid nitrogen. Clinics are held once a month at our Manor Park Surgery.
Child Health – baby checks and developmental assessments are carried out in conjunction with the services offered by the Health Visitors.
Antenatal Care – maternity care is shared between the GPs, the Community Midwives and sometimes the obstetric team at the hospital. If you are planning to become pregnant, or find yourself pregnant, please see your GP as soon as possible.
Emergency Contraception – advice and treatment where appropriate
Admiral Nurse Services
If you require any vaccinations relating to foreign travel you need to make an appointment with the practice nurse
Prior to an appointment you must also access the website:
Fit For Travel
On this website you need to access each country you are intending to visit and understand what recommendations are being made. During your appointment with the nurse, you will revisit this information and you are able to ask questions and confirm which vaccinations you require.
Without researching this information via this website before your appointment, it is likely you will run out of time which of course we want to avoid for you.
If after reading the information on the website you have decided you do not require any vaccinations, then no further action is necessary.
If you have decided you do want the vaccinations recommended, please complete the attached Travel Health Questionnaire (one for each person travelling) and once completed bring to the Practice and book your appointment. We are unable to book an appointment without a form being received at the same time.
To enable the best possible time frame to offer advice and receive your full vaccination course, we would recommend you allow 6 weeks between your appointment to your departure date.
We only offer the NHS free vaccinations listed in the HERE. Any requirement for more specialist vaccinations, will need to go to a specialist private clinic.
Travel Health Questionnaire
Form to be completed
Travelling in Europe
If you are travelling to Europe the EU has published useful information for travellers on the European website.
Patients are asked to ensure that they contact the surgery to obtain results of any tests that are undertaken.
Results are available by telephoning the surgery after 12:00pm.
Some services provided are not covered under our contract with the NHS and therefore attract charges. Examples include the following:
The FEES are based on the British Medical Association (BMA) suggested scales and our reception staff will be happy to advise you about them along with appointment availability.