Information on the proposed merger between Silverdale and Meadows GP practices. Click here for more information

About us

The original site at Silverdale Surgery is the administrative centre and is a short walk from the railway station. In 1997, due to need for more space to accommodate our growing role in health care and medical education, the Avenue Surgery was built in a central location in the heart of the town.

Both surgeries work together as a single unit. By rotating locations during the week, doctors are available to consult at both sites. The Avenue has a large car park and is fully compliant with current disabled access requirements.

Our continuing aim is to provide the best healthcare possible. Healthcare is always a partnership between patient and doctor. Whilst we will always try our best, we need your help to do this. At times when we are very busy, such as during an emergency or an influenza outbreak, we ask you to please try and be understanding.

New Patient Registration

registrationIn order to register with this Practice, you must live in Burgess Hill. There are some areas of East Sussex which are not within our practice boundary. Check your postcode here

Please ring or call into the surgery if you wish to register. Our reception staff will inform you who your registered doctor will be and will ask you to bring in the relevant documentation within one week.

To register you will need to bring your medical card (we have forms at reception if you have lost your card). You will need to supply photo-ID, i.e. passport, driving licence, ID card; and proof of address, i.e. utility bill or bank statement. Unfortunately, you will not be able to register without providing this information.

All newly registered patients will be asked to complete a short questionnaire before their registration is complete.

You may collect this form from the surgery or access it online (see Pre-Registration)

During the Covid-19 pandemic, please print the New patient forms and email with copies of your ID and address confirmation to

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