The Meads Medical Centre
The practice is situated on Bell Farm Road,in Uckfield, (with disabled access and parking). There is an on site pharmacy located next to the surgery. There are 2 GPs, 2 Paramedic Practitioners, 3 Practice Nurses, a First Contact Practitioner (Physiotherapist), 1 Pharmacist and 1 Health Care Assistant providing general medical services for High Weald and Lewes CCG for approximately 8,700 patients.
At the Meads Medical Centre we are committed to improving the lives of our patients by providing compassionate, person centred care. For further information about our mission statement and our aims, please click here Practice Mission Statement and Aims
Patient Notice for Patients wishing to register at this surgery
The Meads Medical Centre regrets that it is not presently able to register new NHS Patients.
This decision has been taken in order to ensure the practice can continue to safely provide NHS services to its currently registered patients.
The practice is not able to maintain a waiting list of patients who would like to register in the future.
Once the Meads Medical Centre is able to commence accepting NHS registrations, this information will be available at reception and on the practice website.
If you are not currently registered with a NHS General Practitioner locally, and need to see a doctor or a nurse, other practices in the area are still accepting new patients.
Alternatively you can contact the NHS Sussex Allocation Department on 0300 1314425 which patients can do if they are unable to find and register with a new GP Practice. Please call this number and one of the team will ensure you can register at the Pracice of your choice (providing that you live within their catchment boundary).
Routine appointments are available for booking up to 2 weeks in advance. Patients can access our Urgent Care Clinic on the day (Monday to Friday) for any health concerns which can not wait until the next available routine appointment. In the event of a medical emergency patients should continue to call 999 in the first instance.
The guidance regarding management of coronavirus is constantly evolving. Please click on our dedicated Coronavirus information page for further details including information on how to obtain a coronavirus test if you are experiencing symptoms of coronavirus.
Update on the Spring COVID-19 booster programme
Hundreds of thousands of people will be invited to book a Spring COVID booster this week as the NHS vaccination programme, the biggest and fastest in health service history, enters a new phase.
Eligible groups for Spring boosters include care home residents, people who are 75 and over and those who are immunosuppressed aged 12 and over.
In line with new advice from the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation, the NHS COVID-19 vaccination programme will contact people when it is their turn to be vaccinated.
Once invited by the NHS, people will be able to book their appointment through the National Booking System either online or by calling NHS 119.
Please keep an eye for updates on here or Facebook for clinics being held at the surgery.