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NEWS FLASH!!! (11.05.2020) - Update following the announcement regarding the closure of St Andrew's Surgery during the current pandemic. We are now looking to offer a small number of pre-booked Nurse appointments. These will mainly be offered to vulnerable patients, but will include some routine procedures moving forward.

For staff and patient safety the site will still remain closed to walk in enquiries. Please contact the surgery by phone in the usual way (01273 476216) or online.  For more details see below.

The Doctors at St Andrews Surgery are supported by an enthusiastic team of health care professionals, reception and administrative staff. We all endeavour to provide the best possible service to you. Our policy is to ensure that we make every effort to make available easy access to our patients in an efficient and courteous atmosphere

Community Nurses

The district nursing team provides nursing treatment and advice to the housebound. They can be contacted at Orchard House on 01273 402508 or out of office hours on 01273 693600.

The Lewes Health Visiting Team offer guidance, support and advice to all families with children under five years of age on a variety of health matters, including breastfeeding, child behaviour, and post natal depression.

The team aim to begin working with families during the antenatal period of pregnancy, and provide home visits to all families with newborn babies during which a routine hearing screen is offered.

The Health Visiting Team review the growth and development of children and provide extra support to families who need it. This may be undertaken during home visits, or at a local child health clinic which takes place weekly at the Lewes Children's Centre. This clinic is a drop in service so no appointment is required.

The Lewes Health Visiting Team are based at Orchard House, and can be contacted on 01273 402508.
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