Brighton Station Health Centre
Brighton Station Health Centre

We’re receiving great feedback from our patients across Brighton and Hove. Below are just some of the recent responses we’ve received.

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I just want to thank everyone at the Brighton Station Health Centre for seeing my son and diagnosing a horrible infection. The reception team were unbelievably helpful and the nurse we saw, Jodie, was amazing. They did everything they could to help us and makes me want to move to Brighton even more!!!
Heather Cornick about Brighton Station Health Centre, April, 2016
My telephone consulation with a practice nurse was quick, efficient and effective. A prescription was waiting for me at reception immediately.
Adrian about Brighton Station Health Centre, April, 2016
I was happy with my experience. I arrived in Brighton feeling unwell and recognised the signs of tonsillitis which I've had many times before. I had to trek from my hotel to the clinic and was seen within an hour and received the necessary prescription. Unfortunately I had to Trek into town to get that prescription which wasn't great when feeling so ill but I can't fault my clinic experience.
Saffron about Brighton Station Health Centre, March, 2016
Thank you for seeing me so quickly this morning for my walk in appointment with my dodgy eye. I have registered as a patient after the excellent level of care and the speed in which I was seen.
Emily Quinn about Brighton Station Health Centre, February, 2016
Used the clinic for myself and family members! Staff are friendly and wait time isn't that long - given it's a walk in clinic the staff make you feel comfortable and we have always been seen by polite and professional staff! If you call they call you back in the said time slots and i can't fault the service!!
Louise about Brighton Station Health Centre, January, 2016

 

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