The new Trinity Medical Centre is a state of the art primary care facility serving ca 24,000 registered patients. The medical centre has involved redevelopment of the Holy Trinity Church in Blatchington Road. In addition to the new medical centre an on-site pharmacy has been built on the grounds close to the main surgery entrance with the rest of the site given over to parking and landscaping.
Trinity Medical Centre is a 13 doctor, purpose-built GP practice located in the heart of Hove, East Sussex. It was formed in 2017 from the merger of 2 GP practices – Central Hove Surgery and Sackville Medical Centre and on October 1st we merged with a third surgery – Hove Park Villas, all long established practices based in the heart of the Hove community. We offer a range of GP and nurse led services and clinics.
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-judgemental and confidential care.
Trinity Medical Centre aims to provide high quality health care in a responsive, supportive, courteous and cost effective manner, regardless of race, age, gender, disability, sexual orientation, religion or belief. Our approach is patient centered, promoting partnership between clinician and patient.
Trinity Medical Centre is committed to excellence, innovation and leadership in meeting the healthcare needs of our changing healthcare environment and local population needs. We will work together and with our community-based colleagues to ensure maximum possible continuity of care.
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Trinity Medical Centre and our Primary Care Network (PCN):
Trinity Medical Centre is a member of a network of local practices working together, called a Primary Care Network (PCN). PCN’s are a key part of the NHS long term strategy and they typically cover 30,000-50,000 patients in a close geographical location. Trinity works alongside Charter Medical Centre and Brighton Health and Wellbeing Centre and we are collectively known as Goldstone PCN. We have over 80,000 patients in our PCN and we work closely together, along with other healthcare staff and organisations, with the aim of providing, over time, integrated services to the local population, which the plan envisages ‘will comprise a range of staff such as GPs, pharmacists, district nurses, community geriatricians, dementia workers and allied health professionals such as physiotherapists and podiatrists/chiropodists, joined by social care and the voluntary sector.
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