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  • Having the free flu jab could stop vulnerable people ending up in hospital, or even dying, this winter, the local NHS has warned

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Stay well this winter

As Winter approaches there a number of things you can do to keep you and your loved ones well this winter. 


Those at risk of health complications urged to claim fee flu vaccine

The local NHS is urging people in Brighton and Hove at risk of suffering from serious health complications if they catch flu to ensure they claim t

Improve lives, extend lives and save lives - the local response to NHS Long Term Plan

The health and care of local residents will improve significantly through new ways of working across teams, services and organisations.

Urgent medical need? Think NHS 111 first

The local NHS is calling on people in need of urgent medical to use NHS111 by phone or

Easier access to evening and weekend GP appointments in city

Residents can now benefit from easier access to evening and weekend appointments, being made available at GPs across the city.

Pregnant women urged to claim free flu jab

Pregnant women across Brighton and Hove are being urged to get the free flu vaccination now to protect themselves and their children from getting i