Brighton Station Health Centre

  • Brighton Station Health Centre

Welcome to Brighton Station Health Centre

We’re a flexible, family-friendly NHS doctor’s surgery providing the community of Brighton and Hove with treatment and advice for a range of minor illnesses and injuries, long term conditions and sexual health concerns. We also provide the usual range of primary care services including immunisations, minor surgery and women’s health.

Every one of our team – from our doctors and nurses, to our healthcare assistants and reception staff – is passionate about giving you the best possible healthcare, helping you to feel better, faster. That’s why we’re open every day 8am to 8pm, including bank holidays.

On 18 August we will be making changes to the appointment system, to make it easier for you to see your GP. When you call for a doctors’ appointment you will first have a GP telephone consultation. If you need to be seen you will then be booked in for an appointment, usually on the same day if it suits you. For more information, have a look at our leaflet.

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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November 21st 2014

A Sussex carnival arts group that promotes inclusivity for people with special needs and helps to develop a passion for music is to receive a £2,000 grant from the Care UK Wellbeing Foundation.

July 31st 2014

A GP practice in Brighton is piloting a telephone consulting system which it believes will lead to improved patient access to doctors, including many more same-day appointments.

June 12th 2014

A national charity based in York, which helps seriously ill and disabled children through the use of therapeutic music, has received a special commendation and donation from Care UK, the UK’s leading health and social care provider.

November 21st 2014

The Mental Health Foundation has described a revelation that local authorities spend just 1.4 per cent of their public health budgets on mental health as “a great concern”.

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