Advice, Links and Leaflets

For information on NHS Health A-Z click here

For information on the West Sussex Breast Screening service click here

For information on the PSA Testing and Prostate Cancer click here

For information on using emergency adrenaline auto-injectors in schools click here

For information on the Shingles immunisation programme click here

For information on the Pneumococcal immunisation programme click here

For information on NHS population screening: information for trans and non binary people click here

For information on NHS Travel Vaccinations click here

For information on How to find an NHS Dentist click here

For information on How to find a local Pharmacy click here

For information on Fit Notes click here

For information on Self Referrals click here

For Information on Starting Statins click here

For information on Bowel Screening click here and here

For information on Children with Coughs click here

For Information on Antibiotics and a Common Cold click here

For Information on the Common Cold (how long will your symptoms last) click here

To Download Blood Pressure Diary/Form click here


The Living Well Programme

The Living Well Programme is a free self-management course for adults living with long term health conditions – physical and/or mental – to learn the skills of self-management of a long term health condition. The courses are led by volunteer tutors, all of whom have long term conditions and are therefore have lived experience of the common problems faced by participants, and how to manage them. The courses run online with around 10 participants over 6 weeks, with regular weekly sessions of 2 hours. When it is safe to resume face to face contact the courses will start in the community again. More information about the service, and contact details for self-referral can be found here: Living Well Programme at Sussex Community services

Op COURAGE: The Veterans Mental Health and Wellbeing Service

Op COURAGE: The Veterans Mental Health and Wellbeing Service is the new overarching name for NHS veterans’ mental health services.  The name has been informed by feedback from the Armed Forces community and developed by veterans and their families.  The service, which is available across England, provides a complete range of mental health care and support for Service leavers, reservists, veterans and their families.  GPs can refer individuals to this service and are asked to familiarise themselves on how to do this.  Information on this service and contact details are available here.