Introducing our new Trust
University Hospitals Sussex NHS Foundation Trust is one of the largest acute trusts in the UK and provides a wide range of clinical services to people in West Sussex, Brighton and Hove, and parts of East Sussex.
Our seven hospitals host more than 1.5 million outpatient appointments, A&E visits and surgery cases every year and employ nearly 20,000 staff.
Non-urgent advice: Service updates
We are currently still responding to COVID-19 in our hospitals.
From A&E to Wound care and everything in-between, we’ve got you covered.
Want to support your local hospital and help shape the way we serve the local community?
We’re passionate about patient care and actively champion an inclusive culture.
We run seven hospitals in Sussex, including the major trauma centre for the South east of England.
Hands, Face, Space, Fresh Air: Let’s take this next step safelyApril 3, 2021
As restrictions ease and we gradually emerge from lockdown, you can help stop the spread of Covid-19 by washing hands, wearing face coverings, making space and meeting in fresh air.
Need urgent help over the bank holiday weekend? Think 111April 2, 2021
The NHS is still here for you over the bank holiday weekend. If you need urgent medical help, just call NHS 111. They can direct you to the right place and can give you a time slot to arrive for services at our Emergency Departments or Urgent Treatment Centres.
Landmark Sussex hospitals merger goes live todayApril 1, 2021
The merger of Western Sussex Hospitals and Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals goes ahead today (April 1), heralding the dawn of a new future for healthcare in Sussex.
Our COVID storyMarch 31, 2021
A look back at some key moments over the last year and what we’ve achieved together during the pandemic.
Put your health in your hands
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