Welcome to Maywood Healthcare Centre. This centre was opened in November 2004 and is the home of Maywood Surgery which moved from 180 Hawthorn Road. Within the centre we have a pharmacy and many and other services including alternative and complementary therapies (some of these services are not provided on the NHS). We have been able to increase the number of NHS Primary Care services and are working closely with the Clinical Commissioning Group to pilot a number of new projects and services.
As you will see from our website many of the GP and Nursing team members have specialist interests so by looking at this website you may identify who the best person is for you to see for your health needs. We would ask you to give consideration as to who you see, as it might not necessarily be the GP.
We offer the facility to book and cancel appointments on-line as well as ordering prescriptions. As of 2015 we hope that we will be able to allow access to more of your medical record on-line.
We are a training practice this means we are fortunate enough to have a GP Registrar working with us for a year at a time. GP Registrars are fully qualified Doctors who are specialising in becoming General Practitioners. To help with their education some consultations may be recorded, this will only be done if you give your consent. As a training practice we also have student nurses, as with the registrars these students are qualified nurses who are studying to become Specialist Practitioners. We are also involved in training undergraduate medical students, who will be attached to the practice for six weeks at a time.
The surgery has been designed to be disabled access friendly with wider corridors, disabled parking, toilets and lower level reception areas. Please let us know if we can be do anything else to improve access for you.
The team at Maywood in Bognor Regis are donning wigs today to take part in CLIC Sargent's 'Wig Wednesday', which aims to raising money for the Children with Cancer charity. This follows their great team effort already this month to become a collection point for clothing to support those left homeless in Nepal. Two car loads of items were donated by staff and patients and provided to the British Red Cross.
225 Hawthorn Road,