Survivors’ Network have been providing Independent Sexual Violence Advisor (ISVA) support to adult survivors of sexual violence across West Sussex for just over a year, expanding on and working in partnership with the existing support for survivors in West Sussex provided by Worth Services, and the therapeutic support provided by Lifecentre.

ISVAs provide practical and emotional support and information to survivors of sexual violence who have reported their experiences to the police or are thinking about doing so. Survivors’ Network also have a specialist Multiple and Complex Needs ISVA who can provide advocacy support on a range of issues to survivors of sexual violence facing additional barriers to accessing support.

More information about the services offered can be found here: https://survivorsnetwork.org.uk/get-help/isva-service/

Survivors can self-referral themselves for support here: https://survivorsnetwork.org.uk/get-help/refer-yourself/

Their excellent website provides lots of information for survivors and those who are supporting them.


Telephoning the Practice

  • Phone lines are open between 08:00 - 18:30.
  • Please note that between 12:30 - 13:30 and 17:45 - 18:30, Selsey Medical Practice is open for emergencies only. If you telephone during this time, requiring assistance which cannot wait, please hold, otherwise please call back at another time.
  • The busiest time to call is early in the morning or early afternoon, please avoid calling at busy times for routine enquires and results.
  • If you have a life-threatening emergency, please call 999.
  • Please do not come into the surgery if anyone in your household has any covid symptoms.

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You may have noticed a small logo on our website. If you click this you can take control of features like font size, highlighting and contrast. This can help if you have difficulty with reading any of our pages.

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Patient Information

Are you a Carer?

Are you a carer? Are you being cared for? Have you notified your GP? Do you know what services are available to support you? Please contact us to notify us if you are a carer or being cared for and we will update your records. The practice maintains a register of carers and people being cared for, if you feel you should be on this register please let us know. We are not able to offer any specific help ourselves, but it is helpful for us to know that you have this additional responsibility to cope with and we are able to signpost you to organisations who can help. Also as a carer you may be entitled to additional health services such as vaccinations, so it is important that we have you registered as a carer on our clinical system so that you don’t miss any invitations. If you have any questions or not sure if you should be listed as a carer, please contact the practice via our email address cwsccg.selsey-selsey@nhs.net or you can call us on 01243 608201 and we will be happy to advise.

111 NHS Service

This November, NHS England and NHS Improvement has launched the next phase of the latest ‘Help Us, Help You’ campaign which focuses on NHS 111 online.

If you have an urgent but not life threatening medical need, make sure you visit NHS 111 online first rather than going straight to A&E.

NHS 111 online will help you right away and, if needed, a healthcare professional will call you. NHS 111 online can direct you to an urgent treatment centre/walk in centre, emergency dental services, GP, pharmacy or another more appropriate local service.

If you or your loved one have a life-threatening illness or injury then you should always dial 999.

Get help from NHS 111

NHS 111 is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

  • Go to 111.nhs.uk (for people aged 5 and over only)
  • call 111

If you’re Deaf and want to use the phone service, you can use the NHS 111 British Sign Language service available in your country:

You can also call 18001 111 on a textphone.