~ Please note ~

BHWC Coronavirus Information (Updated 15.6.2020) ~

Do NOT attend the practice if you have symptoms of coronavirus (COVID-19)

Only attend the practice? if you have an appointment or been invited in for another reason

You MUST wear a face mask or covering when at the practice

If you need medical advice, contact the practice via telephone, eConsult or book a telephone appointment with a clinician online via SystmOnline, or your AirMid or NHS apps.

Follow current guidance on protecting yourself and others, social distancing, shielding, testing, and employment - go to https://www.gov.uk/coronavirus


Important Update : We are upgrading to the next phase of the Electronic Prescription Service (EPS) from 20th May 2020 (next Wednesday).

Our Partners in the Community

At BHWC, enabling people to use the wonderful resources in their local community is integral to our holisitc approach. We help patients access organisations and communities that can be beneficial to their health and wellbeing.

Below are some of the community partners we work most closely with. Please check them out.

I alone cannot change the world, but I can cast a stone across the waters to create many ripples.

Mother Teresa

Creative Future

Creative Future exists to nurture marginalised artists/writers in their creative development, leading them to high quality professional creative practice. We provide skills training, mentoring, exhibiting, promoting and publishing opportunities.


Grassroots Suicide Prevention: supporting communities to prevent suicide, one life at a time. We teach suicide alertness and intervention skills to community members and professionals. Together we can make our communities safer from suicide.


Growing wellbeing by connecting with nature & community in magical Sussex countryside. Being out in nature really benefits physical & mental wellbeing, it's been shown to improve mood, self-esteem, motivation, energy and give a sense of connection & meaning.

Outside In

Outside In is an arts agency providing a platform for artists who find it difficult to access the art world either because of mental health issues, disability, health, social circumstance or because their work does not conform to what is normally considered as art.

Physic Garden

The Physic Garden Project is a glorious gently sloping, south-facing site that is being transformed into a series of landscaped medicinal gardens. We are growing fruit, vegetables and herbs all of which are wonderful protectors of good health.