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Brief Overview

We are committed to personalised care and will try to comply with your wishes as far as is safely possible.

The expectant mother will be looked after in a single room either on Level 13 of the Tower Block at the Royal Sussex County Hospital or on the second floor at the Princess Royal Hospital. For further information about our maternity services please visit the My Pregnancy Matters site below.

We welcome the partner, close friend or relative who will stay during labour.

Doulas and natural therapists, such as acupuncturists, are welcomed in the Delivery Suite.

Contact details

Please click here for contact details

My Pregnancy Matters

Click here to visit mypregnancymatters.org.uk, which will give you lots of useful information and has been set up for women and their partners who are planning to give birth with in the Brighton and Mid Sussex area.

The Brighton and Hove Maternity Services Liaison Committee

The Brighton and Hove Maternity Services Liaison Committee is an independent organisation run by parents for parents. We can help with support and information about any aspect of your pregnancy or plans for labour, birth and afterwards. You might like to share your story or suggest ways to improve the services. Contact us in confidence via our the website: www.brightonandhovemslc.com

Clinic times / opening hours

Visiting hours are not restricted on the Delivery Suite. However, visiting hours are restricted on the Postnatal Ward where mother and baby are transferred to after the baby is born.

Your views

Please contact us with your views.

  • Royal Sussex County Hospital
    Eastern Road, Brighton BN2 5BE. Tel: 01273 696955
    Delivery Suite, Level 13: 01273 664793

  • Princess Royal Hospital
    Lewes Road, Haywards Heath RH16 4EX. Tel: 01444 441881
    Delivery Suite: 01444 448669