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Only patients with pre-booked appointments will be permitted to enter the surgery. 

Sidley Medical Practice is required to take all appropriate measures to protect patients and staff.

We are still offering full telephone triage assessments and face to face appointments for the most essential clinical reasons.

We may not always be able to ring back the same day, so please offer as much information as you can so that we can check the enquiries and help prioritise concerns. 

We have Online Services for contacting us regarding health concerns and prescription requests.

Nursing teams are still offering vaccinations, wound care and cervical screening services.

Please ring and enquire. 

Over coming weeks the surgeries will be able to offer more services but many are still restricted on guidance from NHS England. 

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We can also be contacted as part of your consultations by email

***Please note any digital images submitted as part of an online consultation will be stored within your clinical notes***

Sidley Medical Practice Is Open To New Patient Registrations

Please click on link below to take you to online registration forms


Coronavirus (COVID-19): guidance and support 

To ensure we can continue to deliver essential healthcare services to our patients safely.

You will be asked health screening questions by a member of the team at the door before you are permitted to enter. 

If you need to collect an item from the surgery, the practice may be able to post or email items to you.

Please ensure your contact details are up to date.

Our phones lines are going to be extremely busy during this time and we thank you for your understanding and patience.

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Sussex SignLive Access For Deaf People Now Available At Sidley Medical Practice

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Deaf people across East Sussex are set to benefit from a new Video Relay Service (VRS), which has gone live in all GP practices and offers telephone consultations to British Sign Language (BSL) users.

The new, improved service will see GP practices being able to offer the consultations with support from SignLive, a free to download App that connects the caller to a fully qualified interpreter before connecting to the recipient.

It will mean d/Deaf patients across East Sussex will now be able to call their registered practice for free, using the standard telephone number, speak with receptionists and book a telephone appointment with a GP, just as a hearing person can.


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