Booking and cancelling appointments with Steyning Health Centre Repeat Prescription ordering at Steyning Health Centre Health advice for patients of Steyning Health Centr Child Immunisations - Steyning Health Centre
› Do you need an appointment? › Ordering Your Prescriptions › Health Advice for Patients › Children's Immunisations

Do you really need an appointment? Please check our 'self help' guide first.

Appointments are given for the named person only.

When booking, you may express preference for a GP but subject to availability, you may be offered an alternative GP or health professional

Repeat prescriptions can take up to 48 hours to process so please hand in your request at least three days before you need your medication renewed.

We do not accept repeat prescription requests over the phone or via email. Please send your repeat prescription by post, fax or in person or log in to our online services (registered users only)

Our website contains a number of pages of health advice and links to a number of external websites.

Remember that all advice is intended solely for registered patients of Steyning Health Centre and that it should not be used a substitute for seeking advice from your GP. If in doubt book a consultation with your doctor.

Please see this section for advice on the schedule for getting your child immunised from birth through to 18 years of age.

The recommended schedule is based upon the latest up to date advice from the 'UK Joint Committee for Vaccination and Immunisation' (JCVI).

take the one you health quiz

What do you want to do?

use the icons below to find some of our most important sections of the Steyning Health Centre website:

how to book an appointment view steyning health centre's surgery hours contact details for steyning health centre registering as a patient our nhs clinics and services view our practice booklet log in to online services
Book appointment View surgery hours View contact details Register View NHS services View practice leaflet Log in to online services

New Appointment System from 1st October 2016

In order to give a better service to all our patients, we are changing the way patients access Urgent / Same Day medical treatment.  This will start to happen from 1st October 2016. Please read this PDF document for further information on how we are planning to make our appoinment system more efficient

flu clinics at Steyning Health CentreSeasonal Flu Jabs

Main flu clinics will be held at Steyning Health Centre on Saturdays 15th October and 12th November from 9:00 am to 11:30 am (Other clinics will be held on weekdays both at Steyning HC and at Upper Beeding Surgery).

For patients resident in Ashington, Storrington or Washington who would find it more convenient there will be a clinic at Ashington Pharmacy, however the date is yet to be confirmed.

Read more about the flu jab and who is at-risk

Thursday, 20th October 2016 – Surgery Closed for Training

In order to improve the service we provide for you - our patients - we will be closed on the afternoon of 20th October 2016 for an important meeting being held for all clinical staff in the Chanctonbury area.   

There is still an urgent service available should you need to access healthcare during the afternoon and if you do need NHS help during this time please call 0300 5555 252.

We apologise for any inconvenience caused but hope that you can understand this activity, which will ensure we are able to provide you with the most up-to-date and best possible health services.

Dr Goodwin Farewell

As you may know, Dr Goodwin recently left the Health Centre. All patients allocated Dr Goodwin as their usual GP have been automatically transferred to Dr Constable. If your usual GP is currently Dr Goodwin, you should receive written notification of this change. Read Dr Goodwins farewell letter here (PDF)

Patient Online Services

online services at Steyning Health CentreThis notice is to advise you that the clinical record system at Steyning Health Centre is changing from Vision to SystmOne. We wish to advise you that with effect from Wednesday 4th May the Patient Services website will close to patients of Steyning Health Centre.

The Online Services portal where you are able currently to request repeat prescriptions and book appointments will be at a new website

Before you are able to log in to this new website you will need to register afresh to use the service. You will need to complete a registration form and bringit with you to the Health Centre with personal identification data such as a passport or driving licence. Each individual requesting online access will have to register in person unless written authorisation is given granting consent or Power of Attorney.

Please note the practice will not be able to provide new registrations until Monday 23rd May 2016

Shingles & Pneumococcal (pneumonia) Vaccination

Dr Galloway has recommended at risk groups should have the Pneumococcal vaccination to protect against pneumonia and that those of you aged 70, 71, 72, 78, 79 on 1st September 2015 should have the Shingles vaccination.  (The middle 70’s age group will be covered in the next 2/3 years). Both the Shingles and Pneumococcal vaccinations are one off vaccines, if you haven’t taken up the offer please do book an appointment.
For further information:

pneumococcal vaccination:
shingles vaccination:

Electronic Prescribing SchemeElectronic Prescribing Scheme (EPS)

This system has embedded well and with very few hitches.  For many years the doctors have had to print or write a green prescription and sign it and then for the patient to collect it and take it to the pharmacy.  The pharmacist was meant to recognise the signature and then dispense.  Well no longer!  The admin team now put the request onto our clinical system, the GP approves and signs the request electronically and seconds later it is ready for the pharmacist to download.  But this can only happen if you have nominated a pharmacy; so if you haven’t already done so, when you next make a medication request please do so.

Find out more about the elctronic prescribing scheme

Named Accountable GP

All patients have now been allocated a named accountable GP in accordance with our GMS contract and NHS England. Patients are still able to request an appointment to see any GP of their choice. To find out who you have been allocated, please ask at Reception when you are next in the surgery or you can find the information on your repeat prescription slip.

I want Great Care - review Steyning Health CentreRead Reviews of Steyning Health Centre / Leave a Review

The website lets patients leave reviews of GP Surgeries, Hospitals, Dentists, Pharmacies, Nursing homes etc.. To read reviews of Steyning Health Centre or to leave your own review please visit