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Welcome to Albion Street Surgery, Brighton 

Please welcome our NEW Team Members;

Practice Nurse: Miss Leia Jackson

Admin Team: Miss Demi Smart 

                   Mrs Hayley Ring

                         Miss Sarah Whitehall

Starting Monday 3rd February Albion Street Surgery will be closing for lunch at 12.45pm-1.45pm

     during this hour we will have an emergency number that you can contact - this will be provided by reception


PLEASE NOTE: Patients with respiratory symptoms AND either a travel history to a risk area (Wuhan City, China) OR contact with a known Wuhan novel coronavirus case should inform staff when contacting surgery. Triage will be completed by telephone wherever possible and the patient will be requested to remain at home. For information, further specialist advice will be sought from local secondary care infection specialists. Thank you.

A coronavirus is a type of virus. As a group, coronaviruses are common across the world. typical symptoms of coronovirus include fever and a cough that may progress to a severe pneumonia causing shortness of breath and breathing difficulties. Generally, coronvirus can cause more severe symptoms in people with a weakened immune symstems, older people , and those with the long-term conditions like diabetes, cancer and chronic lung disease. 

Wuhan novel coronovirus is a new strain of coronovirus first identified in Wuhan City China.

Please read the department of Health & Social care and Public Heakth England's page on Coronavirus for information and updates at:

The Doctors at Albion Street Surgery are supported by an enthusiastic team of health care professionals, reception and administrative staff. We all endeavour to provide the best possible service to you. Our policy is to ensure that we make every effort to make available easy access to our patients in an efficient and courteous atmosphere.

We run many clinics for the management of chronic diseases such as asthma, COPD and diabetes and also offer childhood immunisations, shingles and pneumonia vaccinations, cervical screening, seasonal flu clinics, HIV reviews, Mental Health reviews, Learning Disability reviews, travel immunisations and NHS Health checks (subject to eligibility).









(Site updated 07/04/2020)
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