The Future of Eastbourne Station Health Centre Public Consultation

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The Public Consultation has concluded. We will publish the final report and the decision making business case once complete. Thank you for taking part.

Your opportunity to have your say on the future of Eastbourne Station Health Centre.

A public consultation about the future of Eastbourne Station Health Centre launched on 3 February 2020 and was due to finish on 30 April 2020 (a period of 12 weeks and four days). The consultation was paused due to the Covid-19 pandemic and resumed on 3rd August and will last a further 42 days ending on 14th September

East Sussex Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) (formally Eastbourne, Hailsham and Seaford CCG) would like to hear from you about our preferred choice to close Eastbourne Station Health Centre.

Your opportunity to have your say on the future of Eastbourne Station Health Centre.

A public consultation about the future of Eastbourne Station Health Centre launched on 3 February 2020 and was due to finish on 30 April 2020 (a period of 12 weeks and four days). The consultation was paused due to the Covid-19 pandemic and resumed on 3rd August and will last a further 42 days ending on 14th September

East Sussex Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) (formally Eastbourne, Hailsham and Seaford CCG) would like to hear from you about our preferred choice to close Eastbourne Station Health Centre. You can get involved by completing our survey online (please click on the link on the right hand side of the page) or by post, sharing your story or ideas below, attending one of our public webinars or taking part in telephone interviews.

The proposal follows extensive analysis about how and when local people are using the walk-in centre. This was combined with far-reaching engagement work with local people, stakeholders and partners to gather their feedback on the walk-in services in Eastbourne town centre and the other healthcare services they might use. To understand the reasons for our proposal you can read the consultation document or the summary.

To request paper copies of the consultation document and survey please contact esxccg.contactus-eastsussexccg@nhs.net or call 01273 403687.

CLOSED: This discussion has concluded.
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    I don’t use the walk in centre - would the money be better spent on longer working hours for my own doctors surgery

    Eleanor Dudley asked 6 months ago

    Hi Eleanor,

    Practices across Sussex now offer GP Improved Access which means appointments are available in the evening, between 18:30-20:00 and at the weekend between 09:00-13:00. The appointment may not be at your practice but it will be at a practice near to where you live.

    Many thanks for your question,

    Antonia

    Public Involvement Lead