Brighton Station Health Centre
Brighton Station Health Centre

Why register with Brighton Station Health Centre?

Registering as a patient with us gives you lots of options.

Access a wide range of services

  • vaccinations (including the flu jab)
  • contraceptive advice (including emergency contraception)
  • maternity services
  • cervical screening
  • stop smoking advice
  • drug and alcohol misuse management
  • weight loss advice      
  • specialist diabetes clinics and heart health checks
  • Chronic disease management

Appointments to suit your lifestyle

  • We offer appointments every day 8am-8pm, including on bank holidays
  • 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.
  • You can book an appointment to see a healthcare professional (like a nurse or a healthcare assistant) within 24 hours.
  • You will be able to see a GP of your choice within seven days and you can book appointments up to eight weeks in advance.
  • You can also use our walk-in service (without an appointment) if you have an urgent healthcare issue during the weekend.

More ways to access our service

We make it as easy as possible for you to receive the quality medical care you deserve. That’s why we offer telephone consultations, a free texting service, plus home visits if you physically can’t get to the surgery.

There are more details about these options on our Appointments page.

Register today

If you live in the practice boundary area (our reception staff can tell you where this covers) you can register with us as an NHS patient. Registering is quick and easy.

  • Come in and see us to fill in a registration form with proof of your identify such as a passport or photo driving licence.
  • Bring with you one original item (not a photocopy) that shows you live in the area. This could be a council tax, water or landline phone bill, but it needs to have your name and your address on.

At the time of registration you will 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. (We will only be able to prescribe medication for you after you’ve seen a doctor.)

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