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Thousands of toddlers in city missing out on free flu vaccine

Thousands of two and three year olds in Brighton and Hove are missing out on their free flu vaccine, putting them at risk of becoming seriously if

New, improved flu vaccine to protect more and help ease hospital pressures

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

Have your say on local NHS plans for the future

Brighton and Hove residents are being invited to discuss the financial challenge currently faced by the NHS and what it means for local services.

Buying over the counter medicine frees up £80k for NHS

Residents buying their own low cost medicines for short term ailments have helped the NHS free up just under £80,000 in a year, which can be invest

Easier access to evening and weekend GP appointments in city

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

NHS in Kent and Medway Announces Preferred Location of New Stroke Units

The NHS in Kent and Medway has today published the preferred option for three new specialist ‘hyper acute stroke units’ to be introduced across the county.

Better Care as a Community Podcast

NHS Crawley CCG Clinical Chair, Dr Laura Hill, hosts this month's Health Podcast on the subject of Better Care as a Community.

Use Walk-in Centre to free up A&E for those in most need

People with minor illnesses and injuries are being urged to use the Brighton Station Health Centre, helping free up emergency care services for tho

Stay hydrated during Pride heat to avoid A&E

People celebrating Pride 2018 are being urged to stay hydrated during the weekend to avoid unnecessary medical treatment during predicted

Our Commitment to Being Open Honest and Transparent

The NHS nationally is struggling to meet an ever increasing demand on services with restricted finances and resources.

Where to find healthcare in the city this summer

Over the summer holidays in Brighton and Hove, the Brighton Station Walk-In Clinic

Sun lovers urged to protect themselves from harm

People living and visiting Brighton and Hove are being urged to protect themselves against the sun this summer to reduce the risk of skin cancer.

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