If you need emergency medical attention for things like stroke, serious injury, or severe chest or abdominal pain our A&Es departments are open, operational and safe if you need us.
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Important visiting information: We have made the difficult, but essential, decision to restrict visiting throughout our hospitals. Please read our visitors page before coming to the hospital.
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Thank You flags fly high at The County and PRHMay 18, 2020Flags have been raised today (Monday 18 May) at The Royal Sussex County Hospital in Brighton and Princess Royal Hospital at Haywards Heath, sporting a clear message of thanks for staff and the local community. The special flags are a way of saying thank you to staff and volunteers for all their hard work in recent weeks. They are also ... Read MoreRead post
Watch the BBC footage of the County hospital critical care teamMay 15, 2020Doctors and nurses working in the critical care unit at the County Hospital Brighton gave special access to the BBC South East news team this week to speak about life inside a critical care unit caring for some of the most seriously ill COVID-19 patients. The team spoke to BBC South East Health Correspondent Mark Norman on Wednesday 13th May ... Read MoreRead post
BSUH nurses and midwives celebrate International Nurses DayMay 12, 2020Today, on Tuesday 12th May, nurses and midwives in hospitals in Brighton and Haywards Heath are celebrating International Nurses Day.Read post
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