Consulting Times

docbabyDr D Mckenzie

Monday, Tuesday and Friday

Dr Justine Hall

Monday, Wednesday, Thursday

Dr Taraneh Khalafpour

Wednesday, Friday


Telephone Advice

If you wish to speak to a Doctor, please telephone between 12.00 and 14.00.  If a particular Doctor is not available, you may be asked for your telephone number so that he/she can contact you.

It is not currently possible to contact clinicians via e-mail.

If you wish to speak to a Practice Nurse, the reception team will be happy to transfer your call if a nurse is available, otherwise a message may be left for the nurse to return your call.

Evening and weekend access to GP appointments

GP appointments are now available during the evening and at the weekend for people registered with a GP in Horsham and Mid Sussex.

This means that both routine and urgent appointments are available at a local hub during weekday evenings and on a Saturday and Sunday, to make sure local people get the health help and support they need.

NHS Horsham and Mid Sussex CCG, working in partnership with local patients and clinicians, designed the service. The appointment hubs are run by Alliance for Better Care Ltd, the local GP Federation.

How to book an evening or weekend appointment at a hub:

Appointments can be booked through the practice (01403 822103) in the normal way, during normal opening hours.

Clinicians working at the hubs will be able to access your medical records with your agreement. You will be asked before any information is shared and can decline if you wish.

Your help to design this new service

In preparation for this additional, improved access to GP care, we sought the views and experiences of local patients and the public through a survey. The results can be found here:

www.horshamandmidsussexccg.nhs.uk/news/your-views-on-evening-and-weekend-access-to-gp-services/ 

Chaperone Policy

All patients are entitled to have someone present for any examination, procedure or consultation where they feel necessary.

You can be accompanied by a friend, family member or you may prefer a more formal chaperone to be present i.e. a trained clinical member of staff.

For more information ask your Clinician or speak to Reception.

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