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Ifield Medical Practice 

List Capping

We regretfully wish to inform the community that from 23 November 2016, Ifield Medical Practice will be capping its patient list. This means that with the exception of newborn babies and family members living at the same address as a current patient, we will be temporarily suspending all new patient registrations. Existing patients will not be affected. 

This decision has not been taken lightly and has been made in the best interests of our existing patient population. It is essential that we are able to ensure that the Practice can continue to safely provide NHS services to its currently registered patients.

We thank you for your understanding and hope that we will be able to open our list again soon.

Welcome and Goodbye

We are very happy to welcome Dr Anna Alexander who joined the Practice as a Partner on 10 October 2016 and look forward to working with her.

At the same time we are sad to say Goodbye to Dr Donnelly, who has retired from the Practice after more than 20 years. We all wish her well for the future.

Seasonal 'Flu Vaccinations

We are now booking seasonal 'flu vaccinations for those patients in our at risk groups. We have had some very successful clinics recently. Our next two two clinics are planned for Saturday 15 October (AM) and Wednesday 19 October (AM). Both clinics have appointments available to book, or just turn up on the day. Please contact reception for more details. 

Make sure you book your vaccination while stocks last.

Macmillan Coffee "Morning" - 30 September 2016

Thank you for all those that supported our Macmillan event. We are very pleased that we managed to raise £214 for such a good cause.

Extended Hours

Unfortunately we unable to continue to offer our Extended Hours service on a Wednesday evening as we are unable to staff these hours. We apologise for any inconvenience that this may cause.

How are we doing?

Did you get great care last time you attended the surgery. Please give us your feedback at: www.iwantgreatcare.org/gpsurgeries/ifield-medical-practice 

Named Doctor

All patients now have a named allocated GP, this does not affect your choice of clinician when you request an appointment. If you wish to know who your allocated GP is, please contact us.

  

 

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The Ifield Medical practice is a group of six doctors - three female and three male - working as a general partnership known as Ifield Medical practice.  The partnership cares for around 10,000 patients.

The practice has been approved for GP and medical student training. Each year one or more fully qualified doctors with experience in hospital medicine may spend time with the practice as part of their preparation to become general practitioners. They share all aspects of patient care and the partners welcome their contribution to the team. Occasionally, medical students, district nurses in training and student community midwives may also spend time with the practice.

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If you are unwell out of hours, please Choose Well and choose the most appropriate service.

 

Ifield Medical practice welcomes new patients - to find out how to register click here .

 

 

 

Online Services

Online access to your medical record is now available , as well as the ability to book/cancel appointments and order repeat medication online. These services are available for all patients over the age of 16. If you wish to take advantage of this service, please read the information leaflet and complete the registration form below and bring it into reception with some photo id. We will require photo id for all online access going forward.

 Patient information leaflet

Patient Access Registration Form

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