Trust Army medic marches 11 km through Brighton and Hove war memorials to mark Armed Forces Day
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
UHSussex in world-leading Brighton Marathon project
A small pill swallowed by athletes before they take part in a mass participation event was trialled for the first time at the Brighton Marathon on Sunday which could see new levels in health and safety at events across the world.
Praise for UHSussex volunteers after Brighton Marathon celebration
Interim Chief Executive Andy Heeps and Chief Finance Officer Karen Geoghegan were guests of the Brighton Marathon yesterday, where they saw first-hand the work our teams of volunteers do to make sure the event can go ahead.
My Covid Story by Dr Rob Haigh
Join Dr Haigh as he reflects on the extraordinary onset of the pandemic in 2020 and how our hospital teams have been responding ever since.
Six years running and Josei’s still up for the marathon
With the return of the Brighton Marathon on 10 April A&E sister Josei looks forward to volunteering. Find out how you can volunteer too.
Our COVID Stories brought to life on National Day of Reflection
While we continue to manage the effects of Covid in both the short and long term, the occasion encourages us all to reflect on our experiences and remember those we lost.
Healthcare Science Week 2022
This week (14-20 March) is Healthcare Science Week, a chance to celebrate the amazing work of Healthcare Scientists in the NHS.
Celebrating National Cancer Clinical Nurse Specialist (CNS) Day
Tuesday 15 March is the first national Cancer Clinical Nurse Specialist (CNS) Day, providing a chance to find out more about our dedicated CNS colleagues and their brilliant work.