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Prescriptions

Please note that we are not able to to take prescription requests over the telephone. 

Patients are still welcome to bring or send in their repeat prescription slips to reception, or register with a local pharmacy who can order prescriptions with the surgery on their behalf but we really want you to register to use our online services.

May Newsletter

Please click here to read our Newsletter

Doc Ready

Doc Ready is a digital tool that helps young people to prepare and make the most out of mental health related GP visits. It helps young people to know what to expect during a GP consultation, plan what to say and record the outcomes of their appointments.

Doc Ready has info and advice about what to expect and how to plan speaking to a GP about your mental health. Click here for further information.

Ifield West

You are now able to book some Doctors and Nurses appointments to be seen at Ifield West Community Centre; Please contact the surgery for more information 01293 514340

Ifield West Community Centres address is: Dobbins Place , Ifield , Crawley RH11 0SZ

Who Cares? - our little library

Please click here for a link to our little library. We are trying to collate together useful information  Trying to make patients more aware of support groups and help that is available locally and on a national level.

Self referrals

Did you know that you are able to self refer to some very useful service providers in the local community without needing to be referred by a GP or Nurse Practioner? Click here for further details. Please click here to view the Time to Talk self referral form.

Health Visitor Mums and Baby information

Did you know that there are several Breastfeeding drop in clinics in Crawley

Please click here to download a leaflet on where and when to find the drop in clinics.

6 Week Rolling Programme of Parent & Baby Classes

Did you know the Health Visitors at Crawley Hospital are offering a 6 week rolling program of parent and baby classes

click here to learn more.

 

Its Hay fever season again!!

 Sneezy

  What is hay fever

Hay fever is a common allergic condition that affects up to one in five people at some point in their life.

Symptoms of hay fever include:

a runny nose

itchy eyes

You'll experience hay fever symptoms if you have an allergic reaction to pollen.

Pollen is a fine powder released by plants as part of their reproductive cycle. It contains proteins that can cause the nose, eyes, throat and sinuses (small air-filled cavities behind your cheekbones and forehead) to become swollen, irritated and inflamed.

You can have an allergy to:

tree pollen, released during spring

grass pollen, released during the end of spring and beginning of summer

weed pollen, released late autumn

Many people find their symptoms improve as they get older. Around half of people report some improvement in symptoms after several years. Symptoms disappear completely in around 10-20% of people.

Please click in the link below for further information

NHS Choices

 

 
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