Help us to help you this winter
- Wear a face mask in our hospitals
- Get your Covid vaccinations and flu vaccine, if eligible
- Call 111 or visit 111.nhs.uk first if you have an urgent medical problem and you’re not sure what to do
- Please contact the ward first to book a patient visit
Non-urgent advice: Service updates
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We run seven hospitals in Sussex, including the major trauma centre for the South east of England.
Staff nurse Leela Baby had just the job – and the name – when an emergency call went out on the 0150 Air India flight she was travelling on.
From Monday 29 November works will begin to replace the public lifts in the Thomas Kemp Tower.
Babs Harris, our Head of Inclusion, has been awarded a prestigious Integrated Care System (ICS) Black History Month Gratitude Award for her work and dedication to diversity. It’s particularly timely as Babs retires this week following 26 years at the Trust. We caught up with Babs to find out more about her achievements:
Lt Col Caesar recently returned from deployment to Afghanistan, where he worked in a hospital set up for injured personnel and Afghans going through the evacuation process at Kabul airport.
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