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Community Midwives

Antenatal clinics are held at the Children’s Centre, Brentwood Road, Hollingdean, Brighton – telephone no. 295623. A Community Midwife will look after you throughout your pregnancy and after discharge from hospital, giving continuity of care.

Community Nurses

The nurses care for patients in their own homes when they are too ill or frail to attend surgery. They also offer support to families and carers. They are experts in the field of wound care, leg ulcers and the care of the chronic and terminally ill. They are also happy to give advice on health matters and liaise with other agencies and services.

To speak to a Nurse:

Between 8am and 4pm: 01273 696011 (Extension 2911)

Between 4pm and 8pm, and Weekends and Bank Holidays: 01273 693600

From 8pm to 8am call 111

Health Visitors

Health visitors from the community under five team are specialist nurses who provide advice on healthcare particularly to expectant mothers, babies and young children.

They can be contacted on 01273 295803 and they also have regular clinics at the following:

  • Hollingdean Children’s Centre Monday 10:00 to 11:30
  • Preston Park Children’s Centre Thursday 09:30 to 11:00 (term time only) Contact 01273 295803 between 09:00 to 12:00 for details.

You can refer yourself; you do not need to see a GP.


A counselling service is offered to patients in the practice. Your doctor will refer you to counselling if you both think that it is appropriate.

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