The practice caters mainly for the students at the University of Sussex, and we strive to tailor our services to match the needs of our practice population.
There has been a health service operating from the University of Sussex campus since the 1960s. Over the years this service has evolved and developed, so we now pride ourselves on offering specialist primary health care services, targeted at the student population of Brighton and Hove. The practice building is purpose built and facilitates disabled access.
05.11.19, 16:00 - As well as the ongoing issues accessing the Patient Online access, NHS mail is down across the whole of the UK - therefore if you have sent an email, you may need to ring us, as we currently cannot see emails. These may be delivered later and we may eventually receive them but if you need an answer sooner, please call on 01273 249049.
We will update this section once the email is back up and running.
Important: IT WORK being carried out, Wednesday 30th November
UPDATE: Some services are still experiencing slowness or issues - Patient Online services may be unavailable for up to 48hrs - please call the practice for any requests.
New Students - be sure to register with us as soon as you can and BEFORE you need treatment! This will help us to help you quickly, should you need it later on. Register ONLINE with us by clicking the large blue button at the top of the page.
Do NOT wait until you need medical attention.
Register NOW to enable us to treat you, should you become unwell.
Registrations take a MINIMUM of 24 Hours to be processed and around 2 working days between the Sept-Dec busy period.
This excludes weekends as we are closed.
Important information for patients taking either Pregabalin or Gabapentin medication - these medications are changing 'status' to a Controlled Drug as from APRIL 1st - all the information you need can be found by looking at our Information on controlled drug changes.
Did you know that you can now self-refer for Physiotherapy and Musculo-skeletal disorders ?
Just go to their Self-Referral page: Physio self-referral
You can also get lots of information about other referrals by going to our Self Referral page, or by clicking on 'Referrals' in the menu on the right --->>
Have you recently received a letter from Pharmacy2U?
Please be aware that this is NOT from your local pharmacy!
See this link: Local Pharmacy Association information
You can opt out from having your anonymised data shared for research through the NHS - however as of October 11th 2018 you will need to visit Data Collection opt out page to opt out and to find more information.
We are now able to offer appointments on some evenings and weekends - go to the Extended Hours Service page for more information, or ask at Reception.
Men ACWY is available to under 25's - Government immunisations information
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