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Welcome to Northlands Wood Practice we are open Monday to Friday 8.30am - 6.00pm.

Are you taking Gabapenton or Pregabalin? From 1st April 2019 this drugs will become Controlled Drugs. From the 3rd April Controlled drugs will be available to be prescribed via EPS scripts rather than by paper. See the full details and how this may effect you on our home page. 

We will be closed for staff training on 27th November in the afternoon 1pm - 6pm. 

We can now send you text messages with useful information so please make sure we have your correct mobile number.

Did you know that you can now self refer to the Physiotheraphy service without seeing a GP? Visit http://sussexmskpartnershipcentral.co.uk/for-patients/self-referral/ for more information. 

Did you know we are open on two Saturday mornings per month with pre-bookable appointments and phone slots with a GP or Nurse. Appointments must be pre-booked.

If you cannot attend an appointment for any reason please inform us as soon as possible in order for us to give the slot to someone else. 

Patient Access - Did you know you can book appointments and order repeat medication online? Visit https://www.patientaccess.com/ for more information or speak to reception about registering. 

Patient Referrals - From May 2018 the way NHS referrals work have changed slightly. All GP referrals will now go to a central Referral Support Service. If you have a query about your referral please call 01293 300270 (Between 9am - 4pm Monday to Friday)Please be aware that there will be a small cross-over period with Patient referrals from the old system to this new RSS system so if you call the number above and they haven't received your referral please then call the practice to speak to a Medical Secretary on 01444 458022.  

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