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Thousands of people eligible for a Spring COVID-19 booster have not yet come forward...The NHS in Sussex is calling for anyone who now due a second COVID-19 vaccination to book theirs this week....Call 119 from 8am to 8pm or use the National Booking Service website to book a local appointment.

Data Sharing Opt-Out.  You can choose whether your confidential information is used for research and planning. Please refer to the Tab Data Opt-Opts to find out more about what types of opt-outs and visit: https://www.nhs.uk/your-nhs-data-matters/ or click here to watch the video.

Important: Data Extraction has been postponed by NHS Digital to the 31st July 2022.

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NHS App - if you are downloading the App and you need your Linkage Key you must be registered with Patient Access.  If you are it can be found under My Account>Account Settings>My Practice (bottom right on screen)

The NHS App and the NHS COVID-19 app are two different apps.

The NHS App lets you share your COVID-19 status, order repeat prescriptions and a range of NHS services.

The NHS COVID-19 app is a contact tracing app.

NHS Apps to Download.....


 

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Any patients who are seen in the Practice now need to wear a face covering or mask if asked to attend an appointment. 

We are now offering  Video Consultations as well as Telephone Consultations to our patients.  When your appointment is booked we will send simple instructions on how to use.  Please refer to our Online Services tab with step by step instructions.

Pregnancy Care

Before you are pregnant

Maternity Services

Self Refer for Maternity Services

Once you have registered you can make your first appointment through this number:  01275 295623

Flu Vaccinations

Pregnant women are offered the flu vaccination which they can have at any time during their pregnancy right up to the time of delivery. This is because while you are pregnant your immune system changes so it is important to protect your developing baby as your can be more suscepitible to flu. There are no known problems from giving the vaccination to women who are pregnant.

We also recommend that you are vaccinated against whooping cough when you are between 28-38 weeks pregnant to help protect your baby against whooping cough in his or hers first few weeks of life as there has been a sharp rise in the number of whooping cough cases in the UK.

The more you know about your pregnancy and your options, the more you are likely to feel in control. The information given here is based on The Pregnancy Book, which your midwife should give you at your first appointment.   

Your pregnancy and labour

You and your baby

General pregnancy topics



 
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