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Monday 10th August

Friends of Henfield Medical Practice Trust

The Friends of Henfield Medical Practice Trust is a patient participation group originally set up in 1995 by patients for patients. There is no membership - it is open to anyone who is registered with the Henfield Medical Practice, either at Henfield or at the Woodlawn Surgery in Partridge Green, all of whom are welcome to participate in any activities of the Friends.

Aims
The main aim of the Friends is to act as a link between the Practice, patients and the community, and to advance the education of health care by the provisions of talks/lectures and other educational activities.

The Friends also aim to raise funds and accept donations for the purchase and maintenance of medical and other equipment, machinery and facilities for the benefit of the communities served by the Practice.

Between Friends
The Friends’ newsletter is published twice yearly with up-to-date news and helps to explain changes and developments in health issues and their impact on the Practice and its patients.

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 Medical Centre Link (Patient Transport)

Medical Centre Link (Patient Transport)

If you live in the Henfield area and need transport to a hospital or clinic for an appointment, the Medical Centre Link (Patient Transport) can help.

Younger Link Drivers Needed Urgently

Younger Link Drivers Needed Urgently

During the current emergency there is an urgent need for some younger drivers in the Medical Centre Link Transport scheme, ie under 70 years of age.

Mental Health and Wellbeing

Mental Health and Wellbeing

This free public event was organised by the Friends to raise awareness of the services available in our area.

About the Friends

About the Friends

We welcome enquiries and offers of help.