NHS offers monkeypox vaccine to those at most risk
The NHS in Sussex is urging people who have been invited to receive a vaccination against monkeypox to take up the offer, helping to protect themselves and the wider community.
Finance team win Star of the Month
The finance team are Star of the Month winners for June thanks to their outstanding achievements, completing the first set of annual accounts for UHSussex.
Trust welcomes new lead governor
University Hospitals Sussex NHS Foundation Trust has welcomed its newly elected Lead Governor Frank Sims to the Council of Governors.
Invite to hospital’s AGM on 27 July 2022
University Hospitals Sussex NHS Foundation Trust (UHSussex) is holding its Annual General Meeting (AGM) on Wednesday 27 July from 4.30-6.30pm.
Trainee doctor awards at the Amex
Trainee doctors have been honoured at a special ceremony held to recognise their achievements over the past year.
Masks in our hospitals: 7 July 2022
The number of patients and colleagues with Covid has risen recently and this rise is expected to continue. As a result, we are reintroducing the requirement to wear masks in all clinical areas of our hospitals, including corridors and public areas.
Emergency care leader Siobhan Murray joins UHSussex
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.
New guidance on wearing masks in our hospitals
Following new national guidance, our Clinical Advisory Group (CAG) has agreed a number of changes that will be introduced on Monday 13 June.
University Hospitals Sussex welcomes new Chief Executive
A new Chief Executive Officer (CEO) took over the reins at University Hospitals Sussex NHS Foundation Trust today (June 1 2022), with Dr George Findlay returning to the Trust he left just over a year ago.
Monkeypox is a rare infectious disease, but case numbers are increasing quickly in the UK at the moment.
Colleagues wish Dame Marianne Griffiths the happiest of retirements
Colleagues, friends and dignitaries wished a fond farewell and happy retirement to the Chief Executive of University Hospitals Sussex NHS Foundation Trust (UHSussex) on 1 April.
Dr George Findlay to be new Chief Executive
He will succeed Dame Marianne Griffiths, who is retiring after almost 14 years in charge across UHSussex and its predecessor organisations Western Sussex Hospitals (WSHT) and Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals (BSUH).