Our Premises are wheelchair accessible. We have a Portable Induction Loop system available, should you require this facility please let Reception know before your visit the Practice. We have Baby Changing Facilities at the Practice located in the toilets.
If your native language is not English and you need an Interpreter to accompany you to your consultation, please ask the Reception Team to book this service for you when you make an appointment. This can be organised either as a face to face appointment or via a telephone or video consultation. If you have difficulties hearing then we can also arrange assistance on your behalf via Sign Live.
As we are an NHS Practice, for the majority of our services there are no charges. We only make a charge for any Non NHS Fees which are Medical Reports, Medical Certificates, some Travel Vaccinations and certain Private Prescriptions. Please look at our Website for a list of our charges or call Reception. If you are in any doubt about any charge that may be incurred, please contact us for clarification.
Our Mission Statement: the reason we are here, we see as:
“To deliver a quality health care service and to work with our Patients to improve health and well being and to meet new challenges for the future ”
To work together with our Patients and staff to provide the best primary care services possible, working within location and national governance, guidance, and regulations.
Our core values that are shared among the partners and staff are:
We are part of the NHS Brighton and Hove Clinical Commissioning Group which is led by local Doctors and Health Professionals and is responsible for the health and wellbeing of the people. The CCG is a membership organisation and is made up of the 35 GP Practices in our area. Every local GP practice is a member of their local Clinical Commissioning Group and has a say in how healthcare services are provided for their local patients and community. Our GP members know their patients inside out and are best placed to make decisions about what healthcare services our local communities need
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Our Primary Care Network is: Preston Park Community which is a group of five surgeries - Beaconsfield Medical Practice, The Haven Practice, Preston Park Surgery, Stanford Medical Centre and Warmdene Surgery. We serve approximately 57,000 patients and aim to support and connect with our local community.
Primary Care Networks (PCNs) bring GP practices together with other local services – such as community, mental health, social care and the voluntary sector to look after local populations. PCNs will help to join up services at a local level, focusing on the specific needs of these local populations, with patients still accessing routine GP appointments as they do now.
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