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Community Midwives

The Midwives are based at 175 Preston Road, Brighton. Maternity services are usually shared between your Doctor and the Community Midwife. You can do a home test or several of the local pharmacies can do the test for you. If you are pregnant then make an appointment to see your Doctor. This early appointment gives you an opportunity to discuss your hopes and fears and to plan the care you would like to receive. The Community midwives are happy to support most women who would like a home birth.

Once you have found out that you are pregnant, please make an appointment with the Doctor who will arrange for you to be seen by the Midwives. Your first antenatal appointment is usually at 8 weeks gestation.

Please click here for more information on Maternity Services.

Please click here for the midwife contact details.

Community Nurses

Tel 01273 552148 Monday to Friday

Tel 01273 693600 Weekends and Bank Holidays

District Nurses can be contacted on the above numbers.

Their role is to visit patients confined to their homes and in need of nursing care. They are based at Moulsecoombe Clinic, Hodshrove Lane, Moulsecoombe, Brighton.

Health Visitors

Tel 01273 666474

A health visitor is a registered nurse who has received training particularly related to babies, children and pregnant women. Their role is to provide families with children under five years old with support and advice around the general aspects of mental, physical and social wellbeing.


We have a counsellor attached to this practice you will need a doctor to refer you.


Attached Staff

Mental Health Team

The Community Mental Health Team can be contacted on the following numbers:

Sussex Mental Health Line 0300 5000 101

Brighton and Hove Wellbeing Service 03000020060 (if you have a referral in place).

Their role involves treating and helping those suffering from a psychiatric condition or disorder. These problems can be longstanding. In other cases, for instance depression, they may be more temporary and possibly related to life events and circumstances. The aim of the team is to help you decide if a referral to the community mental health team would be appropriate.

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