This hospital has a 24-hour ophthalmic A&E department.
Please call 01273 664874 before attending out of hours.
Address and directions
Sussex Eye Hospital
Telephone: +44 (0)1273 696955
On-site multi-storey car park
The multi-storey car park is situated on the North Access Road which is accessed from Bristol Gate, third entry on the left (immediately after the A&E entrance).
There are 20 disabled bays located on Levels 6 and 6a which gives direct access into the hospital and 6 dedicated renal bays for regular renal patients.
There are a small number of pick up/drop off bays located inside the entrance to the multi storey car park, there is a 20 minute grace period for people using these bays after which charges will apply.
|Less than 2 hours||£2.50|
|2 – 4 hours||£3.80|
|4 – 6 hours||£5.00|
|6 – 12 hours||£10.00|
|12 – 24 hours||£18.00|
|Over 24 hours||£18.00 plus the appropriate tariff above for the excess time parked|
Car park pay stations accept cash, notes and debit/credit cards, give change and have an intercom if you need help.
Concessions are available for cancer centre patients, patients who are in hospital for a long period and their relatives and carers. Parking is free for specific patient groups such as those undergoing regular dialysis.
Income from car parking charges is re-invested in the management and maintenance of the Trust’s car parks and in green travel plan initiatives, including the inter-site bus service.
There is limited access to the A&E forecourt with 4 drop-off bays.
Parking for patients to the Cancer centre is available adjacent to the New Macmillan Horizon Centre on Bristol Gate, patients using this car park require a permit from the Cancer Centre which can be obtained during their first appointment.
Routes 1, 1A, 7, N7 14B, 14C, 23, 27C, 37, 37B, 47, 52, 57, 71, 73, 94A, 271 and 272 all stop outside the hospital.
The 271 and 272 bus services run between the Princess Royal Hospital and Royal Sussex County Hospital. These services are free to patients carrying an appointment letter for the date of travel.
Brighton Station is the nearest station. From the station, you can catch a bus or get a taxi to the hospital. Bus route 7 runs to the hospital from stop A at the front of the station up to every 6 minutes.
Patient transport service
The patient transport service is available for patients who are unable (for medical reasons) to use public or private transport.
View the ward directory (please note that this link opens on the legacy BSUH website)
WRVS shop and coffee bar
Situated on the ground floor.
Page last reviewed: 30 March, 2021