Map pip

The School Clinic Morley Street Brighton BN2 9DH

01273 003930Contact Us
Arch purple icon with illustrations over top: signpost, people, stethoscope

A little bit about Arch

Brighton & Hove has had a specialist homeless surgery since 1998 when, in response to rising numbers of people experiencing homelessness in the city, Dr Chris Sargeant opened a pioneering health facility in the School Clinic on Morley Street.

Arch Health CIC was set up by clinicians and professionals of Brighton & Hove as a Community Interest Company  to address the health needs of people experiencing homelessness and housing insecurity in the city. In 2016 Arch took over the running of the Morley Street GP surgery and the homeless health engagement service for Brighton & Hove.

See more
Brighton & Hove Common Ambition logo

Brighton-wide partnership the Common Ambition Project: homeless healthcare

The Brighton and Hove Common Ambition project is steered by people with lived experience of homelessness, in order to drive improvements to homeless healthcare across the city. We also work with  frontline providers and commissioners in order to improve health services and outcomes for people experiencing homelessness in Brighton & Hove. This large-scale, city-wide partnership, funded thanks to a grant from the Health Foundation, will transform healthcare for people facing homelessness in our city, through co-production.

Find out more
members of the common ambition steering group holding up a poster of a service map and smiling at the camera
  • Quote mark

    Everyone is really kind and they never make me feel judged. They help my anxiety.

    A quote from our 2021 patient survey
  • Quote mark

    All so caring! Best doctors in Brighton. Don't know what I'd do without this Surgery you save lives you should be proud.

    A quote from our 2021 patient survey
  • Quote mark

    Staff all exceptional. Very friendly and very knowledgeable. Outstanding in all areas.

    A quote from our 2021 patient survey

Responsive site designed and developed by