This is a section of our website dedicated to info that might be most useful to our teenaged population.

Feel free to get in touch with us at moatfield.surgery@nhs.net if there is any information you want to see up here, or anything you would see changed! Your feedback is important to us!


Teens - Can I see the GP or Nurses on my own?

Did you know that if you want to see a doctor or nurse you don't always have to have your parents with you, or even their permission to come here and be seen?



Going away to uni this year?

Give us a ring and we can give you the Men ACWY vaccination before you go. It’s a vaccination against 4 types of Meningitis – Men A, Men C, Men W and Men Y. You’ll have had vaccinations against Meningitis C when you were little but this is a booster to ensure immunity in new environments. Illnesses thrive in places where there are a lot of people. And in freshers week, there will be a LOT of people!

The Men ACWY vaccination is aimed at all 2015 Freshers aged 17-18 but if you are a second or third year going back, give us a ring if you are interested in the vaccination and we will pass your query onto our nurses.


Useful Links

Mental Health Information - Teens


 Young peoples mental health

Free, safe and anonymous online support for young people

"YoungMinds exists so that young people have the strongest possible voice in improving their mental health."

Doc Ready helps you get ready for the first time you visit a doctor to discuss your mental health.

Aspens help children,
young people and adults
with a range of disabilities


Youth Emotional Support (YES) service

Support guide for parents and carers

Talking about self-harm



Young peoples sexual health

Information about getting contraception

Under 21?
Free condoms are available across West Sussex

Order a free Chlamydia and Gonorrhoea self-test kit

Sexual health information and services
avaliable in West Sussex



LGBTQ support
Coming out as a young person
Advice for young people
at odds with their birth gender.
Advice on sexual health.