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Patient Parking Notice  

Please do not park in the road to the left of the surgery.

This is a PRIVATE road and hinders residents from passing freely and in turn causes the surgery many complaints, time better spent on providing patient care. The surgery has done all it can to make as many parking spaces available as possible and all users of the surgery car park are asked to consider fellow-patients and residents when parking their car. Thank you.



East Grinstead is currently undergoing a significant rise in the construction of new houses which is impacting on our list size. The additional workload this increase in patient numbers is creating means that we are finding it difficult to sustain a workload that is safe and manageable.
The national shortage of GPs means that we are also experiencing difficulty in recruiting a new full time GP. We have therefore taken the very difficult decision to cap our list size. This means we will no longer be registering new patients until our list size falls to a more manageable number and we have advised NHS England of this decision.
Information on where to register at other surgeries in the area can be found on the NHS Choices website Alternatively, if you need to register with a GP surgery in East Grinstead, please contact NHS England on 01293 729298, so that they can arrange for you to be allocated to a local GP surgery.
We regret that we have had no alternative but to reach this decision but feel that patient safety for our existing patient population is paramount.


How to see your doctor

Appointment Guide


The surgery operates a telephone assessment system. To make an appointment, either telephone 01342 327555 (patients are advised that we may record calls for training purposes) or call at reception during surgery opening hours. On-line booking is available. The appointment system combines book-in-advance appointments and a same-day clinical assessment system. If you telephone at 8.00am on the day that you wish to be seen, the receptionist will take your details and a member of the clinical team will call you first to assess your medical need. The team has appointments available to book that are not open to receptionists.

Please note that we cannot guarantee the doctor of your choice. Should you wish to see a particular doctor, we strongly recommend that you book in advance, but this may mean a wait of up to several weeks.

In brief:

  • Medically urgent cases will always be seen on the same day.
  • Unable to keep your appointment - please do let us know well before.
  • More than one family member needs to be seen - make appointment for each.
  • Need a medical examination - please advise, so that a longer appointment is booked at the correct time.
  • Most of our appointments are 10 minutes to ensure access to a large number of patients who need to be seen. It is therefore helpful when patients with multiple problems attend for the most medically essential one and re-book to ensure sufficient time being available. There may not be sufficient time to address all issues if patients attend with a catalogue of problems and waiting fellow patients experience a delay to be seen.

Telephone Assessment System info.docx

The practice conducts regular staff training and as a result, on Friday mornings, the telephone lines are not open until 9.00am.

This practice actively manages patients who persistently fail to attend an appointment. Please refer to our DNA (Did Not Attend) procedure under Policies.


Please tell us if you would like someone to accompany you during an examination. We have trained members of staff who are DBS checked.


Our receptionists are here to help and will sometimes need to ask further questions to help deal more efficiently with your request. 

If you would like to speak to someone away from the main desk please ask as confidential problems can be discussed in private.





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