Where can I have my jab in East Sussex?

When you are eligible for your vaccination, you will be contacted by the NHS. Please do not contact your GP practice in the meantime. You will be contacted by the first NHS service that is able to offer you the vaccine.

At a vaccination centre or pharmacy led service

Vaccination centres and pharmacy led services (booked through the national booking service website or by calling 119). When booking online, please enter your email address or mobile number to receive confirmation of your appointment.  Please also note your reference number, as you must have this should you need to change your appointment.

Vaccination centres are available to those living 60 miles from each site.

Sussex has vaccination centres at:

  • Brighton: Brighton Centre
  • Chichester: Westgate Leisure Centre
  • Crawley: Crawley Hospital
  • Eastbourne: Welcome Building
  • Midhurst: Midhurst Pharmacy
  • Ore: Laycock Pharmacy
  • Ticehurst: Ticehurst Pharmacy

At a GP-led local vaccination service

The majority of local vaccination services are supported by groups of GP practices working together.

Current local vaccination services are available at:

Eastbourne

The Beacon Shopping Centre, for patients at:

  • Victoria Medical Centre

Harbour Community Centre, for patients at:

  • Arlington Road Surgery
  • Grove Road Surgery
  • Park Practice
  • Seaside Medical Centre
  • The Lighthouse Medical Practice

 Princes Park Health Centre, for patients at:

  • Downlands Medical Centre
  • Harbour Medical Practice
  • Manor Park Surgery
  • Sovereign Practice
  • Stone Cross Surgery

Hastings

Kings Church, for patients at:

  • Beaconsfield Road Surgery
  • Carisbrooke Surgery
  • Churchwood Medical Practice
  • Harold Road Surgery
  • Hastings Old Town Surgery
  • High Glades Medical Centre
  • Priory Road Surgery
  • Sedlescombe House
  • South Saxon House Surgery
  • The Station Practice
  • Warrior Square Surgery

Lewes district

Lewes

River Lodge Surgery, for patients at:

  • Foundry Healthcare Lewes

Seaford

Sovereign Centre in Eastbourne, for patients at:

  • Old School Surgery
  • Seaford Medical Practice

Please see our latest update on the Seaford service.

The Havens

Brighton Racecourse, for patients at:

  • Chapel Street Surgery, Newhaven
  • Havens Health, Peacehaven
  • Quayside Medical Practice, Newhaven

Rother district

Bexhill

Sidley Medical Practice, for patients at:

  • Collington Surgery
  • Little Common Surgery
  • Pebham Surgery
  • Sidley Medical Practice

Rural Rother

Etchingham Village Hall, for patients at:

  • Fairfield Surgery
  • Ferry Road Health Centre
  • Martins Oak Surgery
  • Northiam Surgery
  • Oldwood Surgery
  • Rye Medical Centre
  • Sedlescombe and Westfield Surgeries

Please see our latest update on the Rural Rother service.

Wealden district

Crowborough

Saxonbury House Medical Centre, for patients at:

  • Ashdown Forest Health Centre
  • Beacon Surgery
  • Wadhurst Medical Group
  • Groombridge and Hartfield Medical Group
  • Rotherfield Surgery
  • Saxonbury House Surgery
  • Woodhill Surgery

Uckfield

The Meads Medical Centre and other GP practices listed below, for patients at:

  • Bird-in-Eye Surgery
  • Buxted Medical Centre
  • Heathfield Surgery
  • Herstmonceux Integrative Health Centre
  • Mid Downs Medical Practice
  • The Meads Surgery

Hailsham

Vaccination services will be offered at each of the GP practices below:

  • Bridgeside Surgery
  • Hailsham Medical Group
  • Quintins Medical Centre

Please see our latest update on the Hailsham service.

I have concerns about travelling to a GP-led vaccination service

We recognise that some people will have to travel further than others to get their vaccination. During the current restrictions, family and friends of elderly patients are permitted to take them to their COVID-19 vaccine appointment under the exemption of ‘providing care for the vulnerable’. If this is not possible, then you may be able to access community transport. Other options are also being explored to support residents travelling to their vaccination appointment if they cannot ask a friend or family member for help. Please ask at the time of booking what local arrangements are in place.

In a care home for older people

Local vaccination services and Sussex Community NHS Foundation Trust are visiting care homes for older people to vaccinate residents and staff. Arrangement are being made directly with each care home. We are planning to have scheduled vaccinations for all care homes with residents over 65 years old by the end of January.

At a hospital hub

Hospital hubs across Sussex are currently vaccinating health and care staff.

Hospital hubs are at

Partners