How to find us

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Useful information 

Parking and accessibility

There is limited free on-site parking. 

Public transport

As part of our sustainability programme, please consider using public transport where possible when visiting one of our sites.


There are no facilities at this site. 

Chapel Street Clinic, Chichester services

  • Adult Speech and Language Therapy Service

    This service provides support for people over 16 experiencing changes in their speech, language, communication or swallowing.

  • Podiatry and Orthotics Services

    This service is made up of registered podiatrists, orthotists, nurses and health care assistants who provide a comprehensive foot health service to adults and children across West Sussex and Brighton and Hove.

  • Lymphoedema Service

    This service offers treatment and advice to patients over the age of 18, who are suffering from oedema or swelling due to an impairment in their lymphatic system.

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About Chapel Street Clinic, Chichester

Where to find us

Address: Chapel Street Clinic, Chapel Street, Chichester, West Sussex, PO19 1BX

Opening hours

Monday to Friday, from 9:00am to 5:00pm. Closed weekends.

Contact details

Telephone: 0300 3040 400

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Where to get help

Many minor injuries and illnesses can be handled at minor injury units (MIUs) or urgent treatment centres (UTCs) across Sussex.

Alternatively, you can call 111 or get help from 111 online.

For severe and life-threatening emergencies

Accident and emergency (A&E) is for serious injuries and life-threatening emergencies.

These are things like loss of consciousness, suspected heart attacks, breathing difficulties, or severe bleeding that cannot be stopped.

Find out more about when to go to A&E.