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*Guestling Surgery*  Due to changes in our dispensary system, our prescription turnaround will be increased to 72 hours with immediate effect.

*Guestling Surgery* is now accepting card payments for 'Prescriptions' and other services such as letters and private medicals.

*Limited service* Tuesday 2nd April Hastings Old Town Surgery will only have a morning appointment & telephone service, for any medical assistance during the afternoon, please visit the station plaza or call the NHS helpline on 111.

PATIENT ACCESS: don't forget to sign up at reception so you can book and cancel appointments and also order your next repeat prescription.....

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We are interested in hearing your thoughts on the proposed merger between our surgery, Warrior Square surgery and Churchwood Surgery - if you are interested in sharing your views, please fill in the following form and either email or return it back to the surgery 

Patient Survey 

Have questions about the proposed merger? Check out our FAQ fact sheet FAQ

We are pleased to announce that our application for new premises at the Ice House in Rock a Nore Road has been approved. 

We all go through low points at times in our lives and it is not unusual to experience symptoms such as stress, anxiety and depression. Health in Mind is a free NHS service for anyone in East Sussex experiencing these kinds of emotional or psychological difficulties.

Carer's break information can be found on the East Sussex  County Council website or by following the link :  and follow the link for Adult Social Care.

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