Trinity Medical Centre
1 Goldstone Villas, Hove, BN3 3AT
It's Thursday 1:46 AM — Sorry, we're closed
Telephone: 01273 736030
Fax: 01273 329726
Out of Hours: 111
Prescribing over the counter medication is changing! read leaflet below to find out more!
Dr Paul Deffley
We would like to let you know that from 1st April 2019, Dr Deffley will be changing his working days and will no longer be working at Trinity Medical Centre on a Thursday. Dr Deffley will continue to see patients on a Monday but he will no longer hold an allocated patient list.
Dr Deffley will be supporting NHS England and the Royal College of General Practitioners in national work to help General Practice change the way it works, and help new roles such as pharmacists deliver patient facing services.
We are really pleased that our established salaried doctors will be covering Thursday clinics and Dr Deffley’s patients will be allocated between the other doctors in the practice.
If Dr Deffley is your named GP, we will update you with more details in due course.
If you have any questions, please ask at Reception.
Trinity Medical Centre
Self Referrals (Click on the link for referral forms)
Physiotherapy Self Referral – NEW Brighton and Hove Physiotherapy Self-Referral Form
Please note that if you are collecting someone else prescription you will need written consent in advance from the person in order to collect it – please see Consent form which needs to be brought to reception upon collection.
GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) will take effect from May 25th 2018
If you wish to opt-out of receiving Practice notifications- such as closure dates, research study invites- via voicemail, SMS or email, please speak to Reception and fill out a short form. You may opt out at any time.
Please note, this does not apply to messages relating to your direct care- such as appointment reminders, annual health checks. The Surgery will continue to contact you as normal.
Important information for ladies aged 68-71 not receiving invitations for breast cancer screening (as seen on the news)
All women affected will now be contacted by letter by the end of May and those under 72 will receive an appointment for a catch-up mammogram.
Women aged over 72 can contact a helpline to talk through the pros and cons of having breast screening – scans in older women sometimes pick up cancers which do not require treatment.
What to do if you’re affected?
- Call the breast screening helpline number 0800 169 2692
- Go the NHS Choices website for more information
- You should receive a letter by the end of May