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We run seven hospitals in Sussex, including the major trauma centre for the South east of England.
Worthing Hospital’s Castle Ward Manager, Liane Seymour, has been awarded a Certificate of Appreciation in recognition of her valuable contribution to patient care and pressure ulcer preventions.
The lead A&E doctor who responded to the Brighton bombing in 1984 has spoken publicly about the event for the first time in nearly 40 years – and in the very building that was hit by the blast.
We are pleased to announce the appointment of Siobhan Murray who will be joining the Trust in a new leadership role with responsibility for our Medicine and Urgent Care Services, Women and Children and Clinical Support Services.
Consultant Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgeon, Lt Col Ben Caesar, University Hospitals and 16 Medical Regiment, Royal Army Medical Corps, will be walking 11 km in full combat gear through war memorials of Brighton and Hove on Saturday 25 June, supporting Armed Forces Day.