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Welcome to Hilton House Surgery

Hilton House SurgeryAt Hilton House surgery in Sible Hedingham the doctors and nurses take pride in offering the highest standard of patient-centred healthcare. We are a three doctor dispensing practice based in rural Essex and we provide medical services to a patient base of approximately 3,800, covering the rural areas around the Hedinghams and Yeldhams.

We hold surgeries at our main surgery in Sible Hedingham and our branch surgery in Gt Yeldham, the times of which can be found in our Opening Hours page. The surgery has access to a wide range of services.

We place great emphasis on our team spirit and work together to offer you, the patient, care of the highest quality. We work to best practice at all times, and this is backed by our consistently high achievements within the Government’s Quality and Outcomes Framework.

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From 25th May 2018 General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)is coming into effect. 

Please view details under Further Information heading GDPR/Data Protection

Non-prescribing of Over the Counter Medicines - wef 1st November 2018

NHS England had advised Mid Essex Clinical Commissioning Group that they must encourage all member practices to reduce the money spent on prescribing OTC (Over the counter ) Medicines.

Many OTC medicines are surprisingly cheap - for example a month of cetirizine (hay fever tablets) can cost as little as £1.99. We feel that it is right to support this cost saving initiative in order that money saved can be used to fund more vital patient care.

In the first instance, we will no longer be prescribing the following medicines to patients aged 18 years old and over: cetirizine & loratadine tablets and sodium cromoglicate eye drops. You will need to buy these from a community chemist/pharmacy/supermarket or use a reputable on-line pharmacy in future.

Part of this initiative is cost saving and part of it is about empowering patients to manage their own self-limiting conditions/minor ailments, with the help of a community pharmacist if required. This can also help free up valuable GP appointments at the surgery.

-CCGOTC Policy

NOTE:  " Some patients may receive a phone call from the Stop Smoking Support Team to ask patients of their smoking status and whether they require help quitting. The Stop Smoking Support Team are working with Hilton House Surgery and their calls are genuine".

If you wish to register to order your repeat medication online or book appointments online an application form is available from the surgery.

Change of Name, Address or Telephone Number

Please help us to keep in contact and our records up to date by advising us as soon as possible of any changes of name, address or telephone number. There are forms available at reception or can be downloaded from our website

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