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Dr. Pamela Herbert retirement

Warrior Square Surgery is extremely sad to confirm the news that Dr. Herbert has now retired. She has been an important part of Warrior Square Surgery for many years and will be sorely missed. Pamela joined the practice in October 1995, previously qualified in South Africa and worked as a GP in Cape town for 10 years. Also a highly regarded representative for seadoc for 9 years and was a member of the PCG (primary Care group ) for 2 years. She earned a Diploma of Addictive Behaviours from George's medical school in 1997 & also earned a Diploma of Chinese medicine & acupuncture from Beijing university in 2004.

We wish you all the best for the future DR.Herbert!


Community Midwives

There is a midwife attached to the practice, who together with your doctor will look after you through your pregnancy and delivery. Please contact a Receptionist who can advise you and give you a telephone number so that you contact your community midwife.

Community Nurses

Patients confined to their homes that require nursing care or assistance may arrange for a nurse to visit.

The nurses are attached to our practice and do a wide variety of nursing work in people's homes working closely with the doctors who will arrange this care if needed. They have a direct telephone line 01424 857900, or messages can be left with the administration team at Arthur Blackman Clinic as this is where the District Nurses are based.

Health Visitors

A health visitor is available to give advice on health matters, in particular for pregnant mothers and families with babies. The health visitors can be contacted on 01424 448120 at The Fellowship of St Nicholas, 66 London Road, St Leonards on Sea, East Sussex.

Counsellors

A trained counsellor is available here at Warrior Square Surgery through your doctor; to give help to those who need assistance, especially with personal and stress related problems.

Attached Staff

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