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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

disabled_parking_signDisabled Access

We do provide all our patient services on the ground floor and there is wheelchair access around this area, including toilet facilities.

We have a portable Induction Loop for hearing aid users. Please ask at Reception if you would like this to be used during your consultation.

If you have a special need of any description and experience difficulty in communication or access within the Surgery, please contact any member of the team.

 

Parking

We have parking at the Surgery including two spaces dedicated to disabled badge holders only located directly in front of the entrance door. Although parking is limited, it is usually sufficient providing patients and Lloyds customers remove their cars as soon as they have completed their business at the Surgery. We realise it is tempting to ‘pop into town’ but this does cause congestion which is particularly distressing to the elderly and disabled patients who are then unable to park.

 
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