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Bewbush Medical Centre, Bewbush Place, Bewbush, Crawley, RH11 8XTTel: 01293 592230
Bank Holiday Closure
The surgery will be closed on Monday 1st May 2017 and Monday 29th May 2017 for the Bank Holidays. If you have an urgent medical problem that cannot wait until the surgery re opens on Tuesday 18th April 2017 please call 111.
NHS 111 is a telephone service for people in Sussex to to find out where they can access medical help fast but are not in a life-threatening situation. The service is available for people who aren’t sure if they need to go to A&E, need more information about where to get NHS help or generally need reassurance and advice.
The easy to remember number - 111 - that is available across the country - has been introduced to help people get the right help, at the right time, especially at weekends and out of hours.
111 is free to call and is available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
By calling NHS 111, you will reach a team of fully trained advisers, and experienced nurses and doctors who will assess your condition and direct you to the local service that can help you best, when you need it.
If you have had an injury or accident please go to the Urgent Treatment Centre at Crawley Hospital unless you need to ring 999 for an ambulance.
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Surgery Closed for staff training
The surgery will be closed for staff training on Wednesday Thursday 18th May 2017 from 12.30 and will reopen on Friday 19th May 2017 at 8.30 am. If you have an urgent medical problem which cannot wait until the surgery reopens please call 111. The NHS 111 service is free to call from both landlines and mobiles. If you have had an injury or accident please go to the Urgent Treatment Centre at Crawley Hospital. If the emergency is life threatening please dial 999.
Extended Hours - We would like to inform all our patients that with effect of 1st April 2017 we will no longer be providing Extended Hours on a Monday evening.
From 6th January 2017 we will be replacing all 'old style' pharmacy nominations (where we would print your prescription and it would be collected by a representative of your nominated pharmacy) with Electronic Prescription Service (EPS) pharmacy nominations. This will not affect where your prescriptions go, but simply how they get there.
You can change or remove your pharmacy nomination at any time. If you wish to do so, please let a member of staff know.