Celebrating the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee

On 6 February this year, the Queen became the first British monarch to achieve 70 years on the throne, reaching her Platinum Jubilee.

UHSussex surgeon Laura Hamilton elected onto the Royal College of Surgeons of England council

Consultant Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgeon, Laura Hamilton, has been elected as a Royal College of Surgeons of England (RCS England) council member.

UHSussex celebrates staff at Patient First Awards

University Hospitals Sussex NHS Foundation Trust celebrated the extraordinary efforts of its staff at the 2022 Patient First STAR Awards at the Assembly Rooms in Worthing on Wednesday 25 May, 2022.

UHSussex Doctors speak at leading UK sports medicine conference

Clinicians from University Hospitals Sussex NHS Foundation Trust will be speaking at a leading sports medicine conference in Brighton today.

Monkeypox

Monkeypox is a rare infectious disease, but case numbers are increasing quickly in the UK at the moment.

Huge turn-out for heart valve checks in Brighton

More than 350 people took advantage of having their heart checked for free in Brighton earlier this week after University Hospitals Sussex NHS Foundation Trust cardiologists and UK heart valve disease charity, Heart Valve Voice, teamed up to provide advice and expertise around heart disease.

Hep C testing at HMP Lewes 90% above regional average

Specialist nurses at University Hospitals Sussex NHS Foundation Trust are helping eliminate hepatitis C as a major health threat by 2025 in support of a key NHS target.

University Hospitals Sussex NHS Foundation Trust heart specialists join up with Heart Valve Voice and Valve for Life to offer free heart checks in Hove Lawns, Brighton.

University Hospitals Sussex NHS Foundation Trust cardiologists and UK heart valve disease charity, Heart Valve Voice, are offering free heart checks from a pop-up bus in the city in an attempt to find people who may be unaware that they have heart valve disease.

UHSussex patient who could see ‘vividly’ again writes song to recognise ‘amazing care’

When musician Graham Turner, 59, from Worthing could see ‘vividly’ again after a successful eye operation at St Richard’s Hospital, he was inspired to write and produce ‘Out of the Darkness’.

UHSussex leading the way for research

University Hospitals Sussex is cementing its position as a national leader for clinical research by investing nearly £1 million on new initiatives.

Maggie at Barts

Nursing is in my DNA – Our Chief Nurse shares her story

On national Nurses Day Maggie Davies opens up about her unconventional career path, inspired by tales around the kitchen table and her ambition to be kind and make a difference – just like her grandparents.

First live international eye surgery event hosted at Southlands Hospital

Leading eye consultant, Mr Giampaolo Gini, shared his expertise with doctors around the world in Sussex’s first live international eye surgery event.