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Please contact the surgery to book your free Flu Vaccination appointment if you meet any of the criteria listed on our Influenza page (Click Here)

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About Links Road Surgery

We are a friendly NHS GP surgery located in Portslade, Brighton & Hove.

We believe in the traditional family doctor approach, but brought up to date. Our doctors have individual lists and get to know and build relationships with their patients but, if patients prefer, they are always free to see any doctor. Find out more about us here.

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Practice News

Links Road Surgery is pioneering a dance project aimed at helping patients to improve their mental health and wellbeing. Inspired by Dr. Ebbage's love of dancing, the project...

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We are pleased to confirm that we have now received our full initial orders of Flu vaccinations for, over 65's, children and "at-risk" patients. Please book your Flu jabs.

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We have our own Facebook page at Links Road Surgery. Why not become a friend so we can keep you up to date on health news and local events.

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For people living with dementia, carers and companions. Find out more at Plot22.

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A visit to your GP is sometimes unavoidable, but do you really need to see them? Visit www.sussexhelpmy.nhs.uk/help-my-gp to find out more.

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This service reminds you of an appointment via a text message. All registered patients are automatically opted into the service.

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This practice now sends prescriptions electronically. Find out how this could save you time!

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More than 10,000 people in the UK currently need a transplant.

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Join Heart Matters, the free service from the British Heart Foundation

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