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 Introducing Modality Partnership  Mid-Sussex


We are pleased to share that we will be joining with other local GP practices to form the Mid-Sussex division of a national GP group called the Modality Partnership.


This will take effect from 1 April 2019. 


The local practices that have decided to come together includes Crawley Down Health Centre, Judges Close Surgery, Park View Health Partnership and Ship Street Surgery.


Modality Partnership share our vision and commitment to NHS values and to provide high quality services for our patients. 


If you would like to know more, please take a look at our Frequently Asked Questions document.  It is available in the waiting room area or just ask one of our reception staff. 


You are also welcome to speak with or leave a message for the Practice Manager.


Please click for FAQ Patient FAQs April 2019

Teaching & Training

Judges Close Surgery is a recognised teaching practice and benefits from the services of GP registrars. These are fully qualified doctors with extensive hospital experience who hope to enter general practice and will spend time at the surgery gaining experience. You may be offered an appointment with one of these doctors or asked whether a GP Registrar may be present when you consult your own GP. If you object to this, they will be asked to leave during your consultation.

 

Video Consultations

There may be times when the Registrar will be videoing their consultations for their learning program. This is a powerful tool in developing effective communication skills when viewed by their trainer alongside the Registrar and remains completely confidential.

We will always ask you for your permission and ask you to sign a consent form beforehand and then again after the consultation.

You will be given the choice to decline this offer, and your decision will be fully respected and will in no way affect the care you are given.



 
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