MBE for Kelly who kept parents to be connected during Covid-19
A former Senior Midwifery Manager from St Richard’s and Worthing Hospitals has been awarded an MBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours list for a service she helped create that came to the aid of expectant mums and their families during the Covid-19 pandemic.
First participant at Royal Sussex County Hospital receives booster jab in world-leading trial
More than a hundred volunteers will receive a booster COVID-19 vaccine at Royal Sussex County Hospital as part of the world-first clinical trial.
A fond farewell and thank you
As the UK celebrates the great work of volunteers in Volunteers Week, it was time to say farewell – and, most of all, thank you to Bidge after 38 years.
New managing director appointed
UHSussex is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr Andy Heeps as the organisation’s new managing director for West Sussex
New Non-Executive Directors appointed to our board
Dame Denise Holt, Lucy Bloem and Claire Keatinge will bring a wealth of knowledge and skill to the organisation.
100% pass rate for new nurses
Latest international nurses get perfect results in their objective structured clinical examinations
Using the NHS App
The NHS App is now available to use as a vaccine passport. A paper version is also available by calling 119.
Moving the Chapel at the County Hospital
Patients, staff and members of the public are being invited to share their experiences of the Chapel at the Royal Sussex County Hospital ahead of its move.
First hearing implant surgery of its kind goes ahead at University Hospitals Sussex
This Deaf Awareness Week (4th to 9th May), audiologists and ear surgeons from University Hospitals Sussex are celebrating as the Trust becomes one of the leading centres for hearing implants in the South East.
Help shape our new website
Over the coming months we will be building a new website for University Hospitals Sussex. Tell us what you would want to see.
Hands, Face, Space, Fresh Air: Let’s take this next step safely
As restrictions ease and we gradually emerge from lockdown, you can help stop the spread of Covid-19 by washing hands, wearing face coverings, making space and meeting in fresh air.
Need urgent help over the bank holiday weekend? Think 111
The NHS is still here for you over the bank holiday weekend. If you need urgent medical help, just call NHS 111. They can direct you to the right place and can give you a time slot to arrive for services at our Emergency Departments or Urgent Treatment Centres.