After 7 week gestation confirmation, please speak to the Reception Team who will give you the telephone number of your community Midwife. Once telephoned, the midwife will confirm your appointment schedule.
New Patient Registrations
Every new patient over the age of 5 years old must have a medical when registering with a new GP. General health information is collected and routine blood pressure and urine analysis are performed. You will be asked to book an appointment to see the Health Care Assistant when you fill out your registration forms.
Practice Nurses and Healthcare Assistants
They offer general advice and management and administer dressings, treatments, injections and travel vaccines, management of Asthma and other breathing conditions. They can also offer advice and support on dietary problems such as overweight, high cholesterol and diabetes, All these services are by appointment only.
Cervical Smear Tests
It is recommended that every woman between the ages of 25-50 have a smear test every three years and patients 50-65 every five years. These are done by the Practice Nurse by appointment.
ECG, Dressings & Ear Syringing
These can be arranged with the Practice Nurse. Please ask at Reception.
These can be arranged with the Phlebotomist. Clinics are held on Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings. Please ask at the Reception.
Family Planning Clinic
This clinic is held on Wednesday afternoons from 4.30pm to 6.00pm by the Practice Nurse. Appointments may be made by telephone or at reception. Health Education leaflets are available in the waiting room.
Well Woman Clinic
This clinic is held on Thursday afternoons from 4.00pm to 6.00pm by the Practice Nurse. Appointments may be made by telephone or at reception.
Child Immunisation Clinic
This clinic is held on Thursday afternoons from 2.00 pm to 4.00 pm at the surgery. A full range of vaccinations and immunisations are available once a week. You will normally be sent a computerised appointment for this clinic. Baby 6 week checks and Post Natal Examinations are held on a Thursday afternoon between 2.00 pm to 3.30 pm.
Clinics are carried out between October and December every year and we offer free Flu vaccinations to patients, particularly those over 65 years old or with a history of heart or chest disease, diabetes and those who live or work in institutions or nursing homes. Appointments may be made by telephone or at reception. We offer the vaccine via the practice nurse. Please ask for details.
We also offer a vaccination against pneumococcal pneumonia for the same group at risk. One injection offers a 10-year immunity and is free.
Foreign Travel Vaccinations - Please allow at least 6 weeks before you travel to complete your vaccinations.
Please complete the form below and hand into reception, we will then contact you to book an appointment. A fee may be payable for this service.
Travel Vaccination Questionnaire
Child Health Surveillance
Dr Herbert or the Health Visitor will book your appointment.
Community Connectors is an enhanced social prescribing service that can offer you support to find practical solutions to everyday issues to improve mental health and wellbeing.
Community Connectors can refer you to specialist agencies for support with housing, finance/debt, health and wellbeing, education/training, volunteering/employment, social networks and leisure activities. We can also provide one to one sessions of support, depending on your situation and needs.
If you think we can help you, we offer clinics at Warrior Square surgery on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday 9am to 5pm
Alternatively, come along to one of our community drop-in clinics:
- Hastings & St Leonard’s Wellbeing Centre, Carisbrooke House, Stockleigh Road - every Monday (9.30am to 2pm)
- Bexhill Wellbeing Centre, 73a London Road, TN39 3LB – 1st and 2nd Wednesday of each month (9am – 2pm)
- Tilekiln Community Centre, Hollington – (2pm – 4pm), 3rd Wednesday of each month
- Fellowship of St Nicholas, 66 London Road, Hastings - last Wednesday of each month (10.30am-12.30pm)
You can also email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01323 340151 for more information