Brighton Station Health Centre
Brighton Station Health Centre

NHS Walk-in Centre at Brighton Station Health Centre

There is no need to be a registered patient with Brighton Station Health Centre to use our walk-in service, it is available to everyone in Brighton and Hove.

When is the Walk-in Centre Open?

Our walk-in service offers treatment, information and advice for a range of minor illnesses and injuries. It’s open every day 8am-8pm, including bank holidays.

Please note that the Walk-in Centre may be closed to any new patients presenting if there are already sufficient patients waiting to be seen to 8pm.
Patients being turned away will be advised of alternatives.

What illnesses and injuries can be treated at the Walk-in Centre?

We can treat/provide:

  • chlamydia screening
  • cuts and grazes
  • minor scalds and burns
  • strains and sprains
  • bites and stings
  • ear and throat infections
  • emergency contraception
  • minor skin infections and rashes
  • minor eye conditions and infections
  • stomach upsets
  • dressings service (to those who are not registered locally)
  • coughs, colds and flu-like symptoms
  • other minor common illnesses

Please note, we cannot help with:

  • serious medical emergencies posing an immediate threat to a person’s health or life
  • road traffic accident injury
  • serious head injury - loss of consciousness
  • overdoses of drugs or accidental drinking of chemicals
  • severe allergic reaction
  • doctor’s certificates
  • repeat prescriptions
  • emergency care following an operation

In these instances you will need to make an appointment with your own Doctor.

If it is an emergency, you will need to go to your local accident and emergency (A&E) department.

Please note, when accessing the Walk-in Centre you will be asked to provide details of your registered GP and Practice name (if you have one).

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