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The surgery will deal with some minor injuries if appropriate.  It may be that you will be advised to attend a hospital.


These are undertaken by our Practice Nurse.  You will be notified when your child’s immunisations are due.  However, if you feel an immunisation is overdue, please contact the surgery and we will check your child's records and arrange an appointment if appropriate.

Open the 'Vaccination Schedule' tab above for details of the childhood immunisation programme.


Minor surgical procedures are undertaken by the Doctors after an initial assessment.


Referrals are made by the Doctors for children, diabetics, pregnant women, and men and women over 65 with certain conditions.


Please telephone, if you have a West Sussex address 01403 227000 Ext 7507.  If you have a Surrey address please contact 01483 782440.
Child Health Clinics
(No appointment necessary)

Roffey Children & Family Centre

Godwin Way, Horsham RH13 6SQ

(Mon 10-11.30 am)

Billingshurst Children & Family Centre

Station Road, Billingshurst RH14 9RY

(Mon 1-2.30pm)

Southwater Children & Family Centre

Worthing Way, Southwater RH13 9JH

(Mon 2nd & 4th of month 1 – 2.30pm)

Needles Children & Family Centre

Three Acres, Blackbridge Lane, Horsham RH12 1RS

(Tues 2 – 3.30pm) 

Broadbridge Heath

St Johns Community Hall, Church Rd Horsham RH12 3LD

Thurs 1st & 3rd of month TERM TIME ONLY)


Access to the community nursing team is via GP referral.


Please pick up an antenatal information pack and make an appointment at the practice to see the Community Midwife when you are 6-8 weeks pregnant.  The midwife will make the necessary hospital referral. The clinics take place bi-weekly on Tuesday mornings.  The Community Midwife can be contacted at her office at Horsham Hospital on  01403 227017 or you can leave a message on the voicemail.


There is a Community Team available to assist with a wide range of mental health problems.  Please make an appointment with your doctor in the first instance who will make an appropriate referral.


You can self-refer for physiotherapy (please see links and downloadable forms at the foot of this page in 'Further Information'.


You can be referred by your Doctor to a free local service.


Please refer to the Horsham Wellbeing Hub 


Patients over 75 who have not seen a healthcare professional in the last 18 months can make an appointment for a review of their health status.


All patients are entitled to have a chaperone present for any consultation, examination or procedure where they consider one is required. The chaperone may be a family member or friend, but on occasions a formal chaperone may be preferred.

Patients are advised to ask for a chaperone if required, at the time of booking an appointment, if possible, so that arrangements can be made and the appointment is not delayed in any way. The Healthcare Professional may also require a chaperone to be present for certain consultations.

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