THESE are the hospital hubs and GPs administering the Coronavirus vaccines across Brighton and Hove.

There are six hospitals in the county that will be used in the nationwide vaccination programme, including the Royal Sussex County Hospital, Brighton.

Alongside the hubs, there are also three GP led services in Brighton and Hove administering the jab.

It is part of the rollout for the Oxford-AstraZenec, that will be distributed to sites across the county, as part of a national effort to jab thousands each day.

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The rollout comes just days after a major incident was declared in the area over fears the mutant strain could overwhelm services.

People are asked not to contact their GP surgery so that their practice team can focus on arranging the vaccinations and provide day to day care for all of their registered patients.

Here is the full list of sites in Sussex:

Current hospital hub sites in Sussex

  • Royal Sussex County Hospital, Brighton
  • Eastbourne District General Hospital
  • Conquest Hospital, Hastings
  • Worthing Hospital
  • St Richards Hospital, Chichester
  • Princess Royal Hospital, Haywards Heath

Brighton and Hove GP led vaccination services

County Oak Medical Centre, run by:

  • Brighton Station Health Centre
  • Carden Surgery
  • Montpelier Surgery
  • Seven Dials Medical Centre
  • University of Sussex Health Centre

Portslade Health Centre, run by:

  • Brighton Health and Wellbeing Centre
  • Charter Medical Group
  • Trinity Medical Centre
  •  St Augustine’s Arts and Events Centre, run by:
  • Preston Park Surgery
  • Stanford Medical Centre
  • The Haven Practice
  • Warmdene Surgery