"Arch Health CIC exists to explore every opportunity to improve the health and well-being of people facing homelessness"
Excellence & Curiosity
Striving for outstanding quality of care in our services and our organisation
Equality & Fairness
Valuing and respecting all our patients, staff and partners
COLLABORATION & COMMUNITY
Working together, investing in our relationships with others
KINDNESS & HUMANITY
Being joyful, respectful and compassionate in all our work
HONESTY & INTEGRITY
Being true to ourselves, our patients and our partners
COVID-19 Vaccination update
The Arch team are actively engaged in the Covid-19 vaccine roll-out. Please see our dedicated page on our vaccination service for the most up to date information, and our news page for a report on day 1 of the mobile service. Alongside our outreach service, we are working closely with the other surgeries in central and East Brighton to ensure that our patients will be able to receive the vaccine in order of eligibility. We are looking forward to enabling you to feel safe in the company of others again.
We will be in touch with you, most likely by phone or text, when it’s your turn to have the vaccine. Please act on your invite when it comes in, and make sure to attend your appointment. If you know anyone who isn’t registered with a GP, please encourage them to register, as this is how we will reach everyone eligible for a Covid-19 vaccination.
Visit the NHS Sussex website for more information on the COVID-19 vaccination programme across Sussex. To give you an idea of how the vaccination will be phased, the graph below from the BBC illustrates the priority groups for the vaccination, and the numbers of people in each group.
Overseas visitors to England, including anyone living in the UK without permission, will not be charged for:
- testing for coronavirus (even if the test shows you do not have coronavirus)
- treatment for coronavirus – including for a related problem that affects some children called multisystem inflammatory syndrome
- vaccination against coronavirus
No immigration checks are needed for any of these services. See GOV.UK: NHS entitlements for migrants for information in other languages.
COVID-19 Response trailer
We are incredibly proud to have worked together with Brighton and Hove City Council and St Mungos during COVID-19 to offer over 400 homeless people accommodation. Here is the trailer for our film showing the inspiring work that has taken place.
For the full documentary head to our News & Events page
The One Show
Arch Healthcare was recently featured on The One Show