Practice Details

Catchment Area

The Map shows the area which is served by Selsey Medical Practice. Any residents living in this area may register with our practice.

If you live outside of the green border, you need to register with one of the other ChAMP practices. You can find details of these by clicking this link.

If you move from Selsey to another area, please register as quickly as possible with your new local practice so that your medical record is appropriately transferred and the continuity of your care can be maintained.

Wider Organisation - PCN and ICB

GP surgeries are encouraged to work together to care for patient populations of 30,000 - 50,000. This ‘group of surgeries’ is called a Primary Care Network (PCN). Selsey Medical Practice is a member of the ChAMP PCN (Chichester Area Medical Practices). The list of ChAMP members is shown below.

By working together, ChAMP practices can offer a wider range of services to patients than would be possible for individual practices. This includes services such as physiotherapy, improved GP access and social prescribing. The network also enables us to offer a wider choice of appointments to our patients.

  • Cathedral Medical Group
  • Langley House Surgery
  • Lavant Road Surgery
  • Parklands Surgery
  • Selsey Medical Practice
  • Southbourne Surgery
  • Tangmere Medical Centre
  • Witterings Medical Centre

The PCNs are part of a larger organisation called an Integrated Care Board (ICB) – ours is called NHS Sussex. This organisation agrees the strategic priorities and resource allocation for all NHS organisations in Sussex.

Our ICB contact details:

NHS Sussex

Wicker House

High Street

Worthing BN11 1DJ

Tel: 0300 140 9854


Our Philosophy of Care

  • This is very simple - every patient is entitled to receive the highest standard of care available. The doctors and staff wish to provide a friendly, efficient and personal service to all of our patients and we believe that in general we succeed.
  • We are not complacent and constantly strive to improve the care that we offer, actively engaging in audit of our performance in order to improve both our clinical performance and the service that we provide. The doctors and staff regularly attend educational courses to keep abreast of developments in care.
  • Families, children and their problems are very important to the doctors and we believe that an understanding of these problems and relationships forms the basis of a good general practice.

Our Mission Statement

  • 'We strive to provide the highest standard of care available; we work to empower our patients to manage their own health'


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