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Please call 111 for urgent medical advice when we are closed. Always call 999 if experiencing life threatening emergency.

Clinical Staffing Update - Retirement of Dr Pearce

Dr Alan Pearce, former Senior Partner of Hailsham Medical Group, has now retired.  He will be working with us as a Locum until the 25 October 2019.  Dr Sabina Spencer is now the Senior Partner.

Whilst we hope to be able to replace Dr Pearce, you will all appreciate that GP recruitment in East Sussex and across the entire country is exceptionally challenging.  Here at Hailsham Medical Group, we are extremely fortunate to have a full complement of highly experienced Allied Healthcare Professionals who will continue to help us provide outstanding clinical care to our patients.

Those of you who currently have Dr Pearce listed as your “Usual GP” will be notified in due course, via this website, as to the nominated GP who will be listed as your Usual GP going forward

See a GP by Video with LIVI, even at the weekend

Patients of Hailsham Medical Group can now see an NHS GP by video using LIVI. Get medical advice, prescriptions and referrals on the same day – even at weekends. The service is provided free on the NHS.

You can download the LIVI app to your mobile phone or tablet, at the App Store or Google Play. Or visit www.livi.co.uk for more information.

LIVI GPs are all GMC-registered NHS GPS, who (with your consent) will be able to access your medical records and give you a considered, in-depth diagnosis based on your medical history.

Get the LIVI app here: https://bit.ly/2ZGrYV0

Remember only one problem can be discussed per appointment.

If you need to discuss more than one issue with the clinician, please advise the receptionist when making your appointment.

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