We offer all core medical services under the General Medical Services Contract (2004), including child health surveillance, maternity, contraceptive services, cervical screening, childhood immunisations, travel and flu immunisations
Smoking cessation appointments are also available.
Consultations are conducted in English. Dr Le Seve speaks
French and Dr Austera speaks Czech. If translation services
are required please contact us in advance. We have access to
the Sussex Interpreting Service.
Early Intervention in Psychosis Service - services to young people between the ages of 14 to 35 who are experiencing a first episode of psychosis. More information at http://www.sussexpartnership.nhs.uk/eip/
All our practice nurses are trained to provide advice on the various forms on contraception available. They are now also trained and able to provide Implanon (contraceptive implants). Please feel free to discuss this with one of our practice nurses in our Rapid Access Clinic.
Coil fitting contraception: coil fittings available on a Monday afternoon. Please arrange an appointment via reception.
You no longer need an appointment to obtain post-coital ("morning after pill") advice. A number of pharmacies in the Brighton area, including the Pharmacy on campus, may be able to provide you with this, without a prescription from us. Please see the Pharmacist as soon as possible, but within 72 hours of unprotected sexual intercourse. If it is longer than that, other options may be available so it is still worth attending our rapid access clinic for further advice.
Held by the Community Midwife at Moulsecombe Health Centre
Please speak to reception who will advise on the best time to attend.
Should be booked well in advance of the date of travel. We are also a designated yellow fever centre for registered and non-registered patients. There is a charge associated with travel immunisations and the nurse will advise you of these on your initial visit.
Payment is in advance and is non-refundable
Some services are not covered by the N.H.S. We charge for all
such private work.
Examples include certain immunisations, travel/health
certificates, and private sick notes. Medical examinations for
employment or other purposes are performed on Friday
afternoons. Payment for private services must be made in
advance and are non-refundable. Lists of the fees can be
obtained at reception.
All students who are on courses which last more than 6 months
are entitled to NHS treatment. Some short stay overseas
students who are here for less than 6 months may not be
eligible for NHS treatment and will be charged for any
consultation and treatment. Medical insurance is advisable.
Repeat prescription requests cannot be made by phone.
Repeat prescription requests must be made in person, in
writing or by e-mail. You may be required to fill in a form. Please give 24
hours notice. You will need to be seen for review as
appropriate. If you wish your prescription to be posted, you
must enclose a SAE. We do NOT fax prescriptions to chemists
for routine repeat requests.