Trinity Medical Centre, Hove
Trinity Medical Centre, Hove, East Sussex
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Welcome to Trinity Medical Centre, Hove

Trinity Medical Centre is an 11 doctor, purpose-built GP practice located in in the heart of Hove in East Sussex. It was formed in 2017 from the merger of 2 GP practices - Central Hove Surgery and Sackville Medical Centre. We offer a range of GP and nurse led services and clinics including all core GMS services.

Trinity Medical Centre has a policy of non-discrimination and respect for patients’ dignity, integrity, personal beliefs, sexual orientation, life style, cultural background and socio-economic status.  All our patients are entitled to non-judgmental and confidential care.

We will be accepting new patients after the 15th May 2017, so if you are searching for a GP practice to register with and live within our practice boundary then you are free to register with us. You can pop in to the surgery to get the registration documents or download the registration forms from this site.

Please note that the on-site pharmacy is not connected to the practice in anyway. Patients are free to use any pharmacy. Any feedback about the pharmacy must be given to the pharmacy directly and not to the practice team.

Read more about Trinity Medical Centre here

Important notices

Important notice for patientsProblems with our phone system

We are having significant issues with our new phone system. This is a temporary problem but we appreciate how frustrating this is and we sincerely apologise as this is not what we would have wanted for the launch of our wonderful new building.

We would advise where possible that you call outside of our peak times of 8.30am -10am as call traffic will be reduced and it may be easier to get  through quicker. Once again we are sorry for this inconvenience.

Practice Closure

From 15th May 2017, those patients historically registered for online access via Sackville Medical Centre will need to re-register in order to continue to use online services. Central Hove patients are unaffected by this change. New applications for on-line registration will not be available to our patients until after 15th May.

We apologise for this inconvenience, which has proved unavoidable due to the technical challenge of merging two clinical systems. Details of how to register/re-register will be available from reception, once the merger of the systems are complete.

The surgery will be closed on Monday 29th May 2017  for the bank holiday.The surgery will re-open on Tuesday 30th May from 8.30am.

Registering new patients

Due to the merger of the two EMIS systems, we cannot register any new patients until after 15th May 2017. Please come into the practice with your registration documents after this date. Registration forms can be collected from the medical centre or downloaded from our website in advance.

Patient Access (online access)

Due to the merger of the two practices' EMIS systems, we cannot register any new patients for online access to appointment booking and prescription ordering until after 15th May 2017.

Call NHS 111 for healthcare adviceDon't forget to try NHS 111 for help and advice

NHS 111 is the NHS non-emergency number. It’s fast, easy and free. Call 111 to speak to a highly trained healthcare adviser, supported by healthcare professionals. They will ask you a series of questions to assess your symptoms and immediately direct you to the best medical care for you. NHS 111 is available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Calls are free from landlines and mobile phones.

surgery opening hours

Practice Opening Hours

We are open 8.30am - 6.00pm Mon to Fri. We close at weekends and on bank holidays.


Appointment System

Essential information on our appointment booking and cancellation services.



How to obtain your repeat scripts and how to use our online ordering system.

patient online services

Online Services

How to order prescriptions, book appointments and update personal information.

NHS Services and Clinics

NHS Services

Find out about the many NHS funded clinics and services that Trinity Medical Centre offers.

Registering as a patient

Registering With Us

Discover how to register with Trinity Medical Centre and download our registration forms.

Self Help Guide

Self-Help Guide

Feeling unwell? Please read our 'Self Help Guide' for what steps to take when you are feeling ill.

Our Doctors

Our Staff

Who's who at Trinity Medical Centre - our GPs, Nurses, HCAs and management team.

Allocation of patients by named GP

Please be advised that Trinity Medical Centre's patients will be allocated a named GP. If you have any concerns or would like more information about this, please speak to us.


The Accessible Information Standard (AIS) is a new NHS England information standard which must be implemented by all organisations that provide NHS or adult social care.

The AIS aims to ensure that people who have a disability, impairment or sensory loss receive information that they can access and understand, for example in large print, Braille or via email, and professional communication support if they need it, for example from a British Sign Language (BSL) interpreter.

If you would like information in an alternative format, for example large print or easyread, or if you need help with communicating with us, for example because you use British Sign Language, please let us know. You can call us on 01273 744910 or 736030.

Prescription collections

Further to guidance that we have received from the Local Medical Committee, with immediate effect, if a prescription is to be collected by a patient's carer or relative, the reception staff need to be clear that the patient's permission has be given.

A patient's consent for collection by a third party needs to be recorded by the practice and the person collecting should be able to confirm patient's name, address and the date of birth.

We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause and we hope that patients will understand and respect our strict rules on privacy.


If you have a rash and are coming to the medical centre please let the reception staff know. We have had a rise of cases of measles within the community and would like to stay vigilant, meaning we're asking anyone who is coming with a rash to wait in the lobby instead of the waiting room for infection control purposes. 

We thank you for your understanding and apologise for the inconvenience. 

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