Brighton Station Health Centre
Brighton Station Health Centre

How to register with Brighton Station Health Centre

Who can register with the surgery?

You’re welcome to register with us as an NHS patient if you normally live in the Brighton and Hove area.

Registering is quick and easy.

  • Come in and see us to fill in a registration form.
  • Please bring with you one original item that shows you live in the area. This could be a council tax or a water or landline phone bill, but it needs to have both your name and address on.
  • You will also need to bring photo ID (Passport, drivers licence, national ID card)

When you register you may be offered a health check with a nurse or healthcare assistant. This is to ensure that we find out as much as we can about your health so that we can provide you with the best care possible.

Please note that we can only prescribe medication for you after you’ve seen a doctor.

Our news

New book to be released for one of our own registrars

New book to be released for one of our own registrars

May 2 2017

Congratulations to Dr Afiniki Akanet, one of our Warwickshire registrars, on her upcoming book release, Life Without Coffee: Choosing happiness over stress.

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Dealing with arthritis

April 3 2017

One in six of us experiences joint pain every day. It can make day-to-day tasks, like brushing your teeth, making a cup of tea or getting a good night’s sleep really difficult. 

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Your guide to surviving spring

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March 15 2017

We’ve created a little guide to help you survive spring with things to do, tips for hay fever sufferers, and new recipes to try that will make the most of the season’s new tastes.

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Learn more about ovarian and prostate cancer

Learn more about ovarian and prostate cancer

March 7 2017

Awareness of cancer, thanks in no small part to extensive media coverage, has never been higher. During the month of March, awareness campaigns are running all over - specifically aimed at two types of cancer: ovarian and prostate. So let’s find out some more about them:

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