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As you will have seen in the press or heard on the radio Public Health England have set up a vaccination programme targeting ALL patients born in England between September1st 1996 and August 31st 1997 regardless of their future plans.

If you fall into this category please make an appointment with either Practice Nurse Ann Cook or Practice Nurse Irene Baldwin after August 18th when vaccines will be available.



ICIS - information for life, helps people of all ages in West Sussex find information about services offering support, care or advice. ICIS is a free and confidential service providing impartial and up-to-date information. ICIS website contains a searchable database of information available 24/7. Freephone Enquiry Line:  0800 859929 - open 10am-12.30pm, Monday to Friday) Email:


The Horsham and Mid Sussex CCG's (Clinical Commissioning Group) Health Network needs you:


 Please take a few minutes to complete our on-line patient survey.

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As from 1st September 2015 Dr Kathryn Brooks will be reducing her working hours to two days a week (usually Thursday and Friday).

Dr Vesna Gjorgjievska-Marsh will now be working additional hours to ensure all patients of the Surgery continue to receive the quality of care that has always been offered by Judges Close Surgery.

 Dr David Murphy will be taking responsibility as Diabetic Lead for the Practice and together with HCA Angela Gill will continue to provide specialised care.


If you need medical treatment or advice outside our opening hours please phone NHS on 111.

Flu Clinics for the over 65's and those patients at risk.

Tuesday 29th September   08.30 - 15.30

Thursday 1st October          08.00 - 16.00

Tuesday 6th October           08.00 - 18.00

Thursday 8th October          08.00 - 16.30

Tuesday 13th October          08.30 - 15.30

Thursday 15th October        08.00 - 16.30

Please contact the Surgery to arrange an appointment.

 Judges Close Surgery


Welcome to the Judges Close Surgery website. In addition to everything you need to know about the practice you will also find a wealth of health-related information covering everything from one-off problems to longer term illnesses. Please have a look around.

Introduction to the practice

Judges Close is a training practice located in the centre of East Grinstead. There are currently 3 GP Partners and 2 salaried GP’s. It has been a training practice for many years, with three of the GP’s being trainers which means we have, in addition, a number of qualified GP’s from the Brighton Medical School working at the surgery on placements of up to a year. We also currently employ 2 practices nurses, a healthcare assistant and three part time phlebotomists

We operate from a purpose built structure erected in the 1960's. The building is well-equipped and has been extended a number of times over the years and now provides 6 consulting rooms, 3 treatment rooms, library, counselling room and an on-site pharmacy.

The practice runs many clinics for the management of chronic diseases such as asthma and diabetes and offers a wide variety of other medical services including antenatal and postnatal care, minor surgery, cryotherapy, childhood and travel vaccinations as well as well-person check-ups.

The Surgery is a forward looking practice, striving to embrace new ideas and the changing NHS whilst continuing to provide a personal service in a calm relaxed atmosphere. Staff work together with the aim to provide the best possible care for our patients. We endeavor to ensure that patients and their carers are fully involved in their healthcare while being treated equally, fairly and with respect. We are proud to offer the highest standard of patient-centred healthcare to a list size of approximately 7600 patients.



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