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Parents and carers urged to return flu vaccine permission forms swiftly

With children heading back to school and nursery this week, the local NHS is urging parents and carers to return flu vaccination consent forms swif

Getting your medicines if there's a 'no-deal' Brexit- Medicines information

The government is working closely with the NHS and suppliers to help to ensure medicines and medical products continue to be available for patients

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

People  are being urged to make more use of pharmacists for non-urgent care, freeing emergency services to help those in most need.

Use GP extended hours for urgent care - call your practice

The local NHS is calling on residents to access urgent non- emergency care offered by the city’s GP practices, freeing up emergency services for th

Ambulance Trust and Social Enterprise awarded NHS111/Clinical Assessment Service contract

NHS Commissioners in Kent, Medway and Sussex have today 7th August 2019 announced that South East Coast Ambulance Service NHS Found

Help my NHS to give me the best care this summer

With many common summer ailments - including hay fever, travel sickness or an upset stomach - you can care for yourself using medicines bought over

Sussex-wide review of emotional health and wellbeing support for children and young people

The number of children and young people needing help and support for their mental health and emotional wellbeing is growing.

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.

Think! Pharmacy for expert clinical advice for minor health concerns

Think! Pharmacy -  Your local pharmacy is the best first step if you or your family start to feel unwell.

Cervical Screening Saves Lives

The local NHS is urging women to respond to their cervical screening invitation letters, and if they missed previous invites, to book an appointmen