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Moatfield History

A brief history of Moatfield Surgery

Moatfield surgery

Moatfield Surgery has been treating patients in East Grinstead for about 60 years. Originally the doctors were based in three separate surgeries in Cranston Road, Maypole Road and Lingfield Road. In 1987, the surgeries, with six doctors, moved into one purpose-built building. Since then, the building has been extended several times, and most recently, additional building work has been completed to accommodate the ever increasing services that we provide. The building is designed to be convenient and welcoming to both patients and staff alike. The waiting areas, consultation rooms and toilets are accessible to people with impaired mobility and the patients' car park is situated directly in front of the surgery.

The practice serves approximately 13,500 patients and is within an area managed by NHS West Sussex. Moatfield Surgery has always been at the forefront of primary care and continues to provide high quality care for patients.

 

EXHIBITIONS HELD AT THE SURGERY

The surgery is committed to supporting the arts. To this end, it routinely holds exhibitions - giving its patients and those local to East Grinstead the opportunity to browse paintings and photographs. All items exhibited are offered for sale with 10% of the proceeds being contributed to the surgery's Patients Participation Group, (PPG) which in turn funds equipment to help the surgery care for its patients.

 

Click here for more information on Moatfield Surgery exhibitions

Art Exhibitions at Moatfield Surgery



 
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