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If you are over 65 or fall into one of the risk groups, we still have 'flu vaccines available. Please contact reception to make an appointment


Welcome to St Peter's Medical Centre

 St Peter's Medical Centre in Brighton provides the highest quality healthcare to patients in the area.

Our doctors, nurses and administrative staff are dedicated to offering a professional service.

As well as a source of information about our practice, our staff and the services that we provide, we hope our website will provide a useful resource for  health-related information.

Please take a tour and send us feedback if there is something you would like us to add. We can use your ideas to improve both our services and develop the content of this site.


Disabled access

There is good access for the disabled to our ground floor consultation rooms.

Please notify Reception if you are unable to manage the stairs so that you can be seen downstairs.

A designated parking bay is adjacent to the surgery entrance and the surgery doors allow for wheelchair access.


Please click on the link below to be taken to the CQC page of our website to view our report

 When the surgery is closed we could ALL be heroes ...

To find out where to go for help, go to

OR Do you know who to call if it's not an emergency?

Watch Dom Joly's video - click on 'Not QUITE an emergency'


Personal Independance Payments

If you are applying for Personal Independance payments, please take the time to read the document below - many thanks

Information regarding applying for Personal Independance payments

St Peter’s Medical Centre carries out research in collaboration with the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR), the research arm of the NHS. You can find out more about the NIHR here:

We are grateful to the patients and carers who can give their time and commitment to help with medical research.

Research is important to patients because it can help work out which treatments work better for which patients. Although patients may not directly benefit from taking part in research themselves, they may help inform better healthcare for future patients.

The “Ok to ask” campaign encourages more patients or carers to ask about research opportunities that could be available to them or loved ones. You can read more about this here:

And more about patient, carers and public involvement in research here:

 St Peter's Travel Clinic

A private clinic for traveller's health needs, including vaccination and health-related items (e.g. mosquito nets; diarrhoea packs). St Peter's Travel Clinic is available to registered and non-registered patients. 

Please go to our website for more details.  

(Site updated 12/09/2017)
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