Trinity Medical Centre

1 Goldstone Villas, Hove, BN3 3AT

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Telephone: 01273 736030


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Please see the coloured tiles below for information on what we offer at the surgery and other guidance.

Carers Hub/Centre Brighton & Hove

 Carers Rights Day – November 25th.
It is a bookable event to help us keep an eye on the numbers so we can be Covid safe.
The official Carers Rights Day website has more information Carers Rights Day – Carers UK
The Carers Centre Website


A carer is anyone, including children and adults who looks after a family member, partner or friend who needs help because of their illness, frailty, disability, a mental health problem or an addiction and cannot cope without their support. The care they give is unpaid. No one size fits all, you can be offering support a few hours a week, or round the clock care, you may be living in the same house with the person you care for, or you maybe be living separately.

Below there is a lot of useful links that contain information that may be of use to you. You will also see the details for the Carers Hub and some activities that you can join.
Carers Hub information: 
The Carers Hub can be contacted on
01273 977000 Monday to Friday 9am  – 5pm
The carers information pack on line can be found here:
My Health matters:
The carers activities are here –
Here is a PDF version to be printed if neededWeekly Events Post Out 27MAY2021v1
Carers can self refer
What you can do as a family friend carer 
Look after your own health and wellbeing
Let people know you are a carer, including your GP and at work
Plan for emergencies
Ask family and friends for help
Take a break
Think about the future
For more information on looking after yourself please take a look here at the information:
The Young Carers
Who is a young carer?
Young carers are children and young people under 18 years old who help to care for someone in their family.  Most young carers help to care for one of their parents or care for a sibling and help with extra jobs around the home, with their family member would find difficult without their support
The Young Carers team can be contacted on: 
01273 746222
Other useful services 
Ageing Well
Together Co

Hop 50+ (still registering as temporarily closed)

Dementia connect

Jointly App

Developed by Carers UK, Jointly is an innovative mobile and online app that is designed by carers for carers.

The National Commitment to Carers Team procured the Jointly app, which helps to support the Long Term Plan objectives for unpaid carers. The app provides support to ‘circles’ of carers and also supports :

–              Registering with your GP (and eligibility for flu, health checks etc)

–              Contingency Planning

–              Young Carer Top Tips.


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