Brighton Station Health Centre, Brighton

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We combine a traditional family GP practice, a walk-in centre and sexual health services.

We are located just outside Brighton Station and offer a range of services, including health information, advice and treatment for a variety of minor illnesses, injuries and sexual health issues.

Our professional, friendly team provides high quality care and we are open every day, including bank holidays, from 8am to 8pm (although our sexual health service closes at 7pm). Registered patients can book appointments with a GP within 48 hours and we offer all the usual GP services, including vaccinations and immunisations, diabetic management, asthma support, help to stop smoking, weight loss, blood pressure, heart disease, stroke support and cervical screening. Our walk-in centre allows people with busy lifestyles to be seen for minor illnesses and injuries without an appointment.

Our discreet sexual health clinic offers completely confidential advice and offers treatment and screening for a range of sexual health issues.

Visit our NHS microsite: www.brightonstationhealthcentre.nhs.uk.

 

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