Getting Here




How To Get Here

Mile Oak Medical Centre
Chalky Road
BN41 2WF

Tel: 01273 426 200

Mile Oak Medical Centre is a purpose built modern medical centre with disabled access including ramps. It has extra wide doors and corridors, easily accessible toilet and a lift to first floor. Included in the design are many features which will be of assistance to those with visual impairments.

We encourage visitors to use sustainable travel options such as public transport, walking or cycling to and from Mile Oak Medical Centre.


By Foot

Please use the map above for directions to Mile Oak Medical Centre. We are only a 2 minute walk from PACA (Portslade Aldridge Community Acadamy) secondary school. 


Move For Change

The Move for Change campaign is powered by the BetterPoints app that uses smartphone technology to track your journeys by bus, train, bike or foot. The BetterPoints or BetterTickets that you earn by traveling actively and sustainably can then be redeemed at selected local stores and online retailers. Please find more information on the Brighton & Hove City Council website.


By Bike

If you have a bike, there are cycle lanes across the city, including along the seafront and Old Steine. Plan your route using Brighton & Hove City Council’s Cycle Map.

Bikes can be locked up in our covered bicycle racks in our car park close to our main entrance.

Alternatively, BTN Bike Share have bike stations across the city. The service will be relaunched in Spring 2023 with more bike stations. Please have a look at their new website in spring to see where to find the closest location to dock BTN hire bikes.


By Bus

Buses are a great way to get around our fantastic city. Catching the bus is better for the environment and can help improve air quality with just one bus taking up to 75 cars off the road. The number 1 bus stops on Chalky Road right outside Mile Oak Medical Centre. Plan your journey here. Find out how to pay here.

Every weekend in December kids under 16 can travel free* Find out more on the Brighton and Hove buses website

*Under 16s and BusID holders will be able to travel free when accompanied by an adult or concessionary pass holder. Up to three free children per paying adult. The offer is not available on any night buses.


By Rail

Southwick and Fishersgate railway stations are both 1.8 miles away (about a 28 minute walk). For up-to-the-minute travel information, visit Southern Railway or call National Rail Enquiries on 08457 484950.


By Car

Please check your route for local traffic information before you travel.

Mile Oak Medical Centre car park has 10 car parking spaces for patients, with 2 of these being for disabled parking for those with blue or orange badges. The car park is shared with the on-site Pharmacy and includes spaces for doctors.

Please be aware that access must be maintained for emergency vehicles at all times and that doctors' car parking spaces must be kept for that purpose and not blocked as staff may be required to go out on emergency calls at any time.

On-street parking is also available without charge in the streets around Mile Oak Medical Centre.


Electric Vehicles and Charging

The nearest electric vehicle charging point is in Southdown Road near Emmaus with a standard Type 2 (7kW) outlet. The nearest rapid charger (50KW) CHAdeMO and CCS chargers are in Victoria Road close to Boulder Brighton. 

To find out more about electric vehicles and charging in the city please see Brighton & Hove City Council's website or you can view all charging points with Electric Brighton or Zap Map. If you would like to request an electric vehicle charge-point in your street or local area or you would like to know about available grants for installing your own electric charger, please check the Brighton & Hove City Council website.


By Taxi

Taxis are available 24 hours a day. We have a free taxi phone in the practice if you need to use this to return home after your appointment. Hackney Carriage taxis are white and aqua and can be hailed on the street or booked by calling 01273 202020.

Private hire vehicles, including app-based operators, can only be booked and won’t pick up passengers from the street.