What does this service provide?

Who we are

Our multi-disciplinary team (MDT) includes consultants, doctors, nurses, occupational therapists, physiotherapists, speech and language therapists, rehabilitation engineers, clinical scientists, audiologists, podiatrists, dentists, ophthalmologists, orthotists and radiologists.

Multi-disciplinary team: A multidisciplinary team (MDT) is a group of health and care professionals from one or more organisations who come together to discuss how best to care for you.

We also have a range of visiting consultants that support clinics from the acute hospitals in Brighton and London. Depending on the needs of the young person being referred different people from the different teams might attend different appointments.

What we do

At Chailey Clinical Services we offer 26 outpatient clinics, of which 11 are consultant led.

Our clinics may be led by a specialist clinician or by a multi-disciplinary team to ensure our patients access the right expertise to meet their needs during their visit. This may include input from visiting specialist consultants, podiatrists, and ophthalmologists.

Appointment information

Following your appointment, our Outpatient teams will write a report detailing what was discussed and any possible treatment that was required or is needed. It will be sent to the patient, parent/carer and GP, and any other relevant professionals.

If any further appointments are required, our admin team will be in touch with a future appointment date and any other referrals that are required through the clinic appointment will be sent to the relevant NHS professional.

Appointment types

We offer face to face, telephone and video consultations.

Our outpatient clinic is the main location for appointments but sometimes they can take place at the patient’s home, school or at another service provider.

Explore our Outpatient clinics:

How can I access this service?

We see patients who have a GP address in East or West Sussex, Brighton or Hove and are under 20 years of age.

We have a range of specialist outpatient clinics, which can be accessed through a referral from an NHS clinician.

Each clinic at Chailey has an administrator so if there are any questions regarding a referral, appointment or treatment, someone will be on hand to talk to.

How can I contact this service?

Contact details
General enquiries
Telephone: 01825 722 112
For referrals
Where to find us
Address: Chailey Clinical Services, Beggars Wood Road, North Chailey (Near Lewes), East Sussex, BN8 4JN

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Opening hours

Chailey Clinical Services main reception is open:

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, from 8:45am to 5:00pm.

Friday, from 8:45am to 4:30pm.

Waiting times

Waiting times will vary depending on the type of clinic you’re attending. We aim to see all new consultant led referrals within 18 weeks of receiving the referral.

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If you want to share a compliment, raise a concern or if you are just not sure who to speak to you can contact our Patient Advice and Liaison Service (PALS).