University of Brighton Doctor

University of Brighton Doctor

We recommend that you register with a university doctor or local doctor as soon as possible when you arrive at university.

If you are not registered with a local doctor, you will have difficulty getting an appointment, and crucial time could be wasted in an emergency.

Why register with a doctor?

If you are not registered with a local doctor, you will have more difficulty getting an appointment.

Register now so you can access:

  • 24-hour emergency cover or home visits
  • routine appointments for ongoing medical problems or acute illness
  • repeat prescriptions
  • doctor’s certificates or notes required by your university course
  • contraceptive services and advice
  • holiday vaccinations and health advice
  • medicals – diving, employment, Camp America etc
  • health promotion and screening services
  • advice and up to date information regarding infectious diseases, e.g. meningitis.

Where to register

The university has two on-site surgeries, one in Eastbourne and one in Moulsecoomb.

However, for most students we recommend you register with a GP surgery near where you live.

University-recommended surgeries

Brighton doctors

  • Albion Street Surgery, 9 Albion Road. Tel 01273 601122
  • Allied Medical Practice, Church Surgery, Saunders Park Rise, Lewes Road. Tel 01273 684500
  • Allied Medical Practice, School House Surgery, Hertford Road. Tel 01273 551031
  • Stanford Medical Centre, 175 Preston Road. Tel 01273 506361, or visit www.stanfordmedicalcentre.co.uk

Eastbourne doctors

Hastings doctors

  • Hastings Medical Practice and Walk in Centre, Station Plaza Health Centre, Station Approach. Tel 01424 884410
  • Dr J Searson at Warrior Square Surgery, 7th Floor, Cavendish House, Breeds Place. Tel 01424 434151 or 01424 423786.

Find a doctor

To register with another practice, first find your local services on the NHS Choices website.