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Reducing the Risk of Diabetes
Have you been diagnosed with 'impaired glucose tolerance'? There is a chance to reverse both the condition and possibly to develop Type 2 diabetes by up to 60% - please contact the Wellbeing Team on 01444 477191 or email 

Practice News and Announcements:

 Moatfield Surgery is closed on bank holiday Monday 31 August. For any advice or assistance required over the weekend, please contact NHS 111 by dialling 111.

   Please take our Friends and Family Survey.
Paper copies available in the surgery or take the survey by clicking HERE (enter the code cvb when prompted to
do so).Thank you.


Your hospital appointment/treatment
Once a referral has been sent, patients are under the care of the relevant hospital. Any issues or queries should be raised directly with the hospital in question. 

Contact numbers:

Brighton County Hospital

0300 303 8360

Haywards Heath Hospital

0300 303 8360

East Surrey Hospital

01737 768511– ask for outpatients booking Office

MSK Referrals Hub

0300 303 8063

Queen Victoria Hospital

01342 414000

 Please also see our list of useful numbers to the right.

Practice Fact Sheet Jan 2015 - stay informed

NHS Cancer Screening Programmes link:


Violent and Abusive behaviour towards our staff will not be tolerated. Please see 'Policies - Zero Tolerance' for further information.

Some Useful Links

You can also use this link to go to the Patient Access log in page, where you can manage your appointments and medications requests. When on the website, please remember to register on the left hand side if you are a new user, or have recieved new log in details from us. If you have have already registered, please use the log in facility on the right hand side of the page.







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