Message to Patients
During the Covid-19 emergency your GP practice, like the rest of the NHS, is prioritising patient care. To minimise administrative work, all GP practices locally are requesting that you (and other members of your family) do not seek to re-register with another GP practice at this time. You should only ask to register with a new GP practice if:
- You, and your family, have physically moved to a new house and are now living in a new GP practices area
- You have a new-born baby, or a newly adopted baby or child
- You are a first degree relative of a currently registered patient who has returned to live with their family
- You do not currently have a GP, and need to register with one
If you have moved to a new house, but remain within your current GPs practice area, please do not re-register with a new GP practice at the present time, even if you intend to do so in the future.
Please do not seek to register with a new GP practice unless one of these four reasons apply to you.’
Drs Miller, Baxter, Baseley, Fyfe, Naineni, Cannon, Manyam & Mahmood
This website has been designed to tell you about the practice and the services that we offer. Please read it carefully. We trust that you will find it helpful and informative.
Try the new NHS App
If you’re a patient at our practice you can now use the new NHS App, a simple and secure way to access a range of NHS services on your smartphone or tablet.
You can use the NHS App to check your symptoms and get instant advice, book appointments, order repeat prescriptions, view your GP medical record and more.
For more information go to www.nhs.uk/nhsapp
Stop Smoking Services
Do you want to give up smoking? Have you been thinking about quitting? If so, do you know that at your local surgery you can get access to your local stop smoking service who have a proven track record in helping people to stop smoking and stay stop. If you are interested in giving up or need any advice on the best way to do so why not ring us on: 01323 404600 or Email us at: email@example.com - Search us on: www.oneyoueastsussex.org.uk
“To provide high quality evidence based and responsive healthcare to the local community whilst being respectful of the beliefs and values of the individuals that make up our community”
“To place patients at the heart of all we do and as partners in all decisions made”
“To value learning and teaching at all levels of the team and to foster a culture of lifelong professional development for all”
“To be open and understanding in the face of criticism or complaint to value the opportunities provided to improve the service provided”
“To embrace the concept of the team, to value all of its constituent members and embrace collaborative interdisciplinary working”
The Forest Row Practice started in 1876 at "The Elms", the house which stands opposite the health centre.
In 1968 it moved across the Lewes Road to a house on the present site, which was demolished to make way for the present day health centre which opened in 1982. The old oil street lamp at the entrance to the health centre formerly stood outside "The Elms" and was lit nightly by the doctor's coachman to guide the patients to the surgery.
Now electrified, it continues to serve the same purpose more than 100 years later.
There is one group of seven doctors working as a non-limited partnership and you may ask to see any doctor, although you will be registered with a specific GP for administrative purposes. You and your family will be asked to complete the registration forms.
The Health Centre is open Monday to Friday 8.30am - 6.30pm. We are also open alternate Saturdays 8.00am - 1.00pm.
Online Prescriptions, Appointments & Access to your Medical Record
We use systmonline for ordering repeat prescriptions, booking appointments and for you to view your medical record summary online. Before you can use this service please contact reception to register for it. If you have already registered and wish to login, please click the systmonline logo above.
If you are a user of our previous on-line ordering system (Emis) your user name and password may still be working, if you find it is not, please contact reception who would be happy to assist.