Trinity Medical Centre

1 Goldstone Villas, Hove, BN3 3AT

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NHS

Telephone: 01273 736030

bhccg.thetrinitymedicalcentre@nhs.net

Don’t forget to avoid long wait times on the phone, you can click on the E-consult tab below, you will receive a response before the end of the next working day.  Feedback: “I think the e-consult process has massively helped efficiency and am I a fan.” – Anonymous  “I used your E consult service, I think this is absolutely fantastic. To be able to report my details, have a lovely caring Dr like Dr Howard call me, then send the prescription to my chemist blew my mind. Please continue with this post Covid as it has to be the way forward. For the majority of the community its quick, easy to follow and efficient.” – Anonymous

Social Prescribing

Goldstone PCN Social Prescribing Team

Three GP practices in Hove have joined forces to make sure every patient can benefit from resilient, accessible, high quality healthcare, now and in the future. We are Trinity Medical Centre, Charter Medical Centre and Brighton Health and Wellbeing Centre, also known as the Goldstone Primary Care Network.

Although our practices still operate independently, we are now providing some services together. These include the renowned Hera Arts Programme and Link Worker team. Both offer Social Prescribing – person-centered support, adapted to your particular situation and integrated with the care you get from your GP. Social Prescribing can offer effective onward referrals and one-to-one support, including help with non-medical issues that might be putting your health at risk.

A variety of creative workshops are available to patients registered at our practices and include: Photography, Visual Art, Dance, Tap & Jazz, Creative Writing and Singing. We believe that creativity is part of a healthy life, and these groups enable you to socialize, have fun and meet new people.

Social Prescribing Link worker

Hera – Healing and Visual Arts

Citywide Resources

Support during coronavirus