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Covid 19 Vaccinations in Burgess Hill

Here is the latest update re vaccinations in Sussex We are asking patients to please wait to be contacted to save our phone lines for patients who need medical appointments. The GP practices in Burgess Hill and surrounding villages are going to be working together to organise the mass vaccination programme for our local area. It is a huge undertaking delivering 50,000+ vaccinations over the next six months.

There is a set order in which NHS England are asking us to invite patients based on a person's risk grouping calculated from the clinical record. We are working our way through our 13,200+ registered patients, please DO NOT contact us about vaccination, we will contact you.

If you want us to keep your records on file please complete the application form below.

Please fill in the application form below and either return it to reception for the attention of Sean Wheatley or email your CV to  with a covering letter explaining why you are interested in working at Silverdale.

Job application form Silverdale 2012.doc


Caroline Greenfield (f)

Caroline carries out all practice nurse duties including smears and immunisations. She also sees patients for their annual Diabetes reviews.

Sally Brind

Practice Nurse Bsc (Hons) RGN DN Cert Family planning cert Diabetes Module (level 4) Sally has a special interest in Diabetes management and Vascular health

Rosie Lee (f)

Rosie carries out all practice nurse duties including smears and immunisations. She also sees patients for their annual Asthma reviews.

Frances Parry (f)

Healthcare Assistants


Phlebotomist and Health Care Assistant (HAC) who can also take blood pressure, give flu vaccinations and perform ECG tests. 


Amanda is Health Care Assistant (HCA) who does phlebotomy as well as take blood pressure, give flu vaccinations, B12 injections, undertake the NHS Healthchecks and perform ECG tests. 

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