How to find us

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Useful information

Parking and accessibility

There is no on-site parking. There is disabled access, including wheelchair access via a ramp and an automatic door. 

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. 

Morley Street Clinic, Brighton services

  • Community HIV Specialist Service (CHIVSS)

    This service provides specialist nursing for patients who are living with HIV, including community visits, health checks and some psychological therapies.

  • Oral Health Promotion

    This service provides preventative information on oral health to members of the public, care staff, homeless teams, school nurses, health visitors and in schools and nurseries.

  • Special Care Dental Service

    This service is a team of dentists, dental therapists and dental nurses who provide a service for children and adults who are unable to have treatment at a general dental practice as extra support is required.

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About Morley Street Clinic, Brighton

Where to find us

Address: Morley Street Clinic, School Clinic, Morley Street, Brighton, BN2 9DH

Contact details

Telephone: For Dental: 01273 692549. For HIV: 01273 265 962. For GP: 01273 003 930

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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.