Please note that our Walk-in Service will now close at 7pm with reduced capacity and Sexual Health Services suspended following redeployment of some of our staff to the Covid-19 vaccination programme. Other out-of-hours service are available through your regular GP. Sexual Health Services, including tests, are available by contacting the Claude Nicole Centre on brightonsexualhealth.com/test or by calling 01273 523888. For urgent care you can continue to contact 111 or visit casualty services and Royal Sussex County Hospital in case of emergencies.
Apologies for the inconvenience that this may cause but we hope you will understand the need for this important redeployment of our staff. This notice affects our Walk-in Service & Sexual Health Services only and does not affect GP services for our registered patients.
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The NHS is putting in place measures to ensure the safety of our patients and healthcare team to ensure our services can continue to deliver care to those needing it during this time.
To protect our patients and staff we advise patients to call the service in advance, but please be assured that we still remain open to deliver all services at Brighton Station Health Centre.
To reduce the risk of Covid-19 cross transmission, appointments will be carried out over the phone or via video consultation, where appropriate, unless there is a clinical need for you to come into the service. This will help minimise risk while continuing to ensure people get the care and advice they need.
To reduce wait times, the walk in service now offers appointments. This also allows us to limit the number of people in the waiting room. Please call the service to arrange an appointment.
On arrival, please wear a face covering and use the hand sanitiser provided. You must declare if you have any known current COVID-19 symptoms (a temperature, new cough, loss of smell or loss of taste) so that you can be directed to the correct treatment room.
Thank you for your understanding and cooperation at this difficult time.
For more information visit our COVID-19 (Coronavirus) information page.
Please do not delay getting health care. If you need urgent medical help and it is not an emergency, contact your GP or NHS 111 online or telephone NHS 111 first. During the COVID-19 pandemic it’s important that A&E is only used by those with serious or life threatening problems. There are many ways to get the right care at the right time via www.nhs.uk, your pharmacist and your GP. Your GP offers online, telephone and video consultations. If you are invited in for a face to face appointment, infection control measures are in place to keep patients and staff safe.
Brighton Station Health Centre is now part of the Practice Plus network; a comprehensive NHS GP service, improved to give patients a better experience whenever they need medical advice or care.
Our new service offers NHS patients speedier and more convenient appointments, improved access to their GP or nurse and eliminates the 8am telephone queue.
Practice Plus is designed to serve patients in the local community, welcoming all ages and medical conditions, and now includes more convenient locations, with our original site close to Brighton train station, and a new branch site located on the 1st floor within the Boots store on North Street.
Click here to find out more about our GP services in Practice Plus Brighton Station.
If you are not registered with Practice Plus yet, you can click here to register with the practice to manage your online account.