Horder Healthcare Brighton Clinic

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    Brighton Diagnostic Treatment Centre,
    AMEX Stadium, East Stand,
    Village Way, Brighton, BN1 9BL

    Appointments are available:
    Every other Monday 6pm - 8pm

    Appointments 01892 620934

    Venue Reception 01293 534043 ext 1243

    Horder Healthcare Brighton Clinic

    Horder Healthcare Brighton Clinic is an outreach centre, in partnership with Medical Imaging Partnership (MIP), offering orthopaedic services to self-pay patients with hip and knee-related conditions.

    We provide outpatient appointments with our Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon Mr Andrew Skyrme, and diagnostic services.

    Horder Healthcare Brighton clinic is located in the Brighton Diagnostic and Treatment Centre, within the American Express Community Stadium (not in the University of Sussex campus).

    By car
    The stadium lies just south off the A27. Take exit B2123, onto a roundabout then take the second exit towards Woodingdean. Turn into Village Way, off the B2123, and take the 1st right where you will find a manned barrier, The Gatehouse.

    There is a free car park available on site with disabled bays.

    By train
    The most local train station is Falmer station, which is adjacent to the stadium. If travelling from London, a transfer in Lewes or Brighton is required.

    By bus
    Bus 25 or 23 can be used to reach the stadium (bus stop Brighton University). From there you will need to walk down a flight of steps and walk in an anti-clockwise direction around the stadium to the East Stand.

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    The Horder Centre provides the highest quality services to NHS, privately insured and self-pay patients, from initial consultation and diagnostic tests right through to surgical treatment and rehabilitation.

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