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UPDATE : Wednesday 3rd March 2021

Thank You Letter for Farewell Party to Colleagues - Assignment Point

We will sadly be saying farewell to Dr Helen Plumpton on 31st March this year.  Dr Plumpton will be leaving General Practice after 25 years and plans to spend more time working in memory assessment and dementia.  We will all wish her well, but she will be greatly missed by all her colleagues and patients.  Our practice GPs will continue to care for Dr Plumpton’s patients.

The Pandemic Alert Level is 4 as advised by our Chief Medical Officers.

Our services provided at this time remain unchanged whilst we all follow the National Restrictions  

www.gov.uk/coronavirus

You can and should travel for hospital, GP and other medical appointments that are arranged with you , including upcoming Vaccination Clinics 


Covid-19 Vaccination Campaign 2021

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As per recent Government Guidelines, GP led vaccine centres continue to focus on Group 6 patients, those that are aged 16 - 65 and at clinical high risk, including those that have recentlybeen asked to shield. 

Our practice team will be calling eligible patients for their first dose vaccine in the COVID-19 vaccine clinics and using SMS text messaging to offer online booking appointments.

NHS England are continuing to send invitations out via post, and now have started Group 7 which is people aged 60 and above. Please do book your appointment at a larger vaccine hubs if you can, this will speed up your appointment time.

As we have been asked to focus on group 6, we will not be inviting group 7 patients at the moment.

If you are in Group 5- aged 65 plus, to avoid delay, we suggest you also book through the larger vaccine hubs if you are able to. We can offer you an appointment at Sidley Vaccine site but this may be at a later date while we focus on the Clinically vulnerable.

Please find below the link to book your vaccine at a larger vaccine hub, or you can call 119.

https://www.nhs.uk/.../coro.../book-coronavirus-vaccination/

BEXHILL GP PRACTICES 3rd March 2021


Patient Services Sidley Medical Practice 2021

Only patients with pre-booked appointments will be permitted to enter the surgery. 

Sidley Medical Practice is required to take all appropriate measures to protect patients and staff.

We can only work during this exceptional time by recognising that we are now having to assess all care by full telephone triage contacts by our nursing, doctors and administration teams. 

We are facing significant clinical need and will continue to manage those who need urgent and essential care.

We may not always be able to ring back the same day, so please offer as much information as you can

so that we can check the enquiries and help prioritise concerns.

We may ask you to ring back in following weeks as the situation changes. 

Online communications with email, letters and consultations continue as well.

GP Partners January 2021


Online Consultations

Engage Online Consultation Service:

You can contact the doctors at Sidley Medical Practice using online consultation tool.

Engage Consult Access

You can input symptoms and concerns into the confidential online service and you will receive a response , usually the same day if the request is received within opening hours. You will be either given advice , directed to other sources of support or receive a telephone call back from the doctor. An appointment may be arranged if required.

You can enquire about test results, fitness to work note, referral enquiries and medical reports. 

Use the image link to access their services.


We can also be contacted as part of your consultations by email  esxccg.albertroad-sidleysurgery@nhs.net

***Please note any digital images submitted as part of an online consultation will be stored within your clinical notes***


Sidley Medical Practice Is Open To New Patient Registrations

Please click on link below to take you to online registration forms

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COVID-19 PANDEMIC ADVICE & GUIDANCE


CQC Inspection Report 2018


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