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  • Most of us welcome hot weather, but when it's too hot for too long, there are health risks. Make sure the hot weather does not harm you or anyone you know.

  • Brighton Station Walk-In Centre is open every day from 08:00-20:00 for urgent care treatment of minor illnesses and injuries.

  • Your pharmacist can help you with minor health issues and concerns

  • The NHS 111 phone line is open 24/7 for fast health advice

  • Find out more about how buying over the counter medicine can free up funds for NHS care


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Call NHS 111 for urgent medical advice

If you have an urgent medical problem and you’re not sure what to do NHS 111 can help.​ 

Swift treatment for minor injuries and illnesses at Walk-in Centre

Reseidents and out of town visitors who suffer any minor illnesses and injuries are being urged to use the Brighton Station Health Centre.

Think pharmacy for minor health concerns

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Use GP extended hours for urgent care - call your practice

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