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Ifield Medical Practice, Lady Margaret Road, Ifield, Crawley, West Sussex, RH11 0BFTel: 01293 510 900
Any abusive, rude or threatening behaviour, and violence will not be tolerated. whether this is in person or on the telephone, by letter, email or on social media.
When visiting Ifield Medical Practice, we now request that any patients over the age of 5 wear protection over their mouth and nose. This could be a mask you have bought, a homemade face covering or a scarf. This is to reduce your infection risk and to protect other patients and our staff. Our clinicians will be wearing appropriate PPE for all face to face appointments. We still advise to only come into the surgery if absolutely necessary. We thank you for your co-operation.
Thank you to all of you who took part in our 2013-14 patient survey. Please click below to view the final report
Patient Survey 2013-14
Please click below to view the results of our 2012-13 patient survey