Vaccinating our Community against Covid-19

19,281 Foundry patients have now had their 1st dose of the Covid-19 vaccination. This is 77% of our total population / 84.3% of our total target population.

15,502 2nd doses have also been administered. This is 52% of our total population / 67.8% of our target population.

Find out more about the Covid-19 vaccine programme here

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Lewes Surgeries

Phone: 01273 480888 Out of hours: 111
St Andrews View on map
Southover Road,
East Sussex, BN7 1US
School Hill View on map
School Hill House,
33 High Street, Lewes,
East Sussex, BN7 2LU
River Lodge View on map
Malling Street,
East Sussex, BN7 2RD
Anchor Field View on map
30 Anchor Field,
Ringmer, Lewes,
East Sussex, BN8 5QN


This set of FAQs has been produced following the responses gathered during our recent Patient Survey.

What is a Primary Care Network (PCN)?

A PCN is an NHS primary care organisation usually formed of a number of GP practices working together to provide the primary healthcare for a large population.

The PCN is in contract with the Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG). It has a Clinical Director and a Board who work on behalf of the PCN to develop services. As a single PCN we are able to work alongside other NHS and Social care providers to influence improvements in design and delivery of services to our population.

Which surgeries have merged to create the PCN in Lewes ?

Our PCN has been created with the merger of River Lodge Surgery, School Hill Medical Practice, St Andrew’s Surgery and the Ringmer based, Anchor Field Surgery. Who are now known collectively as ‘Foundry Healthcare Lewes.’

Is there still going to be a New Building and will there be suitable transport services and parking?

Lewes District Council are in the final stages of selecting a contractor to build the new building and detailed plans have been finalised.

The CCG and NHS England are fully in support of the plans. Upon completion, we will move out of our existing Lewes sites, but will retain and continue to use the Anchor Field site in Ringmer. There will be better parking, with proposals to make this free of charge for sufficient time for you to complete your appointment. There also alternative transport links, with local bus services and community transport available to book through the CTLA.

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