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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.
From Monday 20th September, work will start on a new Urgent Treatment Centre in front of A&E at the Royal Sussex County Hospital in Brighton.
Usually, when Dr Luke Tester has a couple of days free from the shifts and stresses of A&E at the Royal Sussex County Hospital you will find him out and about with friends, maybe practising the piano, or, more recently, finishing his Post Graduation Certificate in Medical Education.
Cutting edge software that uses artificial intelligence technology to assess the severity of a stroke is now being used across Sussex to improve the way people who have suffered strokes are diagnosed and treated.
A sponsor of Brighton and Hove Albion FC made a group of Sussex NHS workers guests of honour after being inspired by his daughter’s work as a nurse during COVID-19.
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