We provide consultant-led maternity services at the Royal Sussex County Hospital in Brighton and the Princess Royal Hospital in Haywards Heath.
We also provide community-based maternity services, including our award-winning homebirth service.
In addition to our main services, we offer a wide range of specialist support.
For more information about our services, please visit our website.
To book your care with us, please complete our online booking form.
If you choose us for your birth, you can plan to give birth at home or at either of our hospitals. Read more about where to give birth.
01444 448717 2nd floor, Princess Royal Hospital
01444 448718 1st floor, Princess Royal Hospital
01273 523191 Level 11, Thomas Kemp Tower, Royal Sussex County Hospital
01273 696955 extn 7929 Level 12, Thomas Kemp Tower, Royal Sussex County Hospital, Eastern Road, Brighton, BN2 5BE
01273 664793 Level 12, Thomas Kemp Tower, Royal Sussex County Hospital, Eastern Road, Brighton, BN2 5BE
01273 696955 extn 4107 Level 12, Thomas Kemp Tower, Royal Sussex County Hospital, Eastern Road, Brighton, BN2 5BE
01273 696955 extn 4373/4374 Level 13, Thomas Kemp Tower, Royal Sussex County Hospital, Eastern Road, Brighton, BN2 5BE
01273 696955 RSCH: Maternity is located in the Thomas Kemp Tower. The Early Pregnancy Unit (EPU), Antenatal Clinic and Day Assessment Unit (DAU) are on Level 11, Triage and Postnatal Ward are on Level 12 and the Labour Ward is on Level 13.
baby hearing screening test
baby movements in pregnancy
breastfeeding in the first few days
combined screening in pregnancy
cvs and amniocentesis
elective (planned) caesarean
enhanced recovery programme for patients requiring elective caesarean section
external cephalic version
fetal heart monitoring during labour
food safety and pregnancy
hand expressing breast milk during your pregnancy
Healthy food choices for gestational diabetes
how will my baby be born
inducing your labour with propess
information about having your labour induced
information for women if baby is bottom or feet first
Latent phase of labour
looking after a third or fourth degree tear
nausea and vomiting in pregnancy
Pelvic girdle and low back pain in pregnancy
pre eclampsia and aspirin in pregnancy
pregnancy and rubella
role of the recovery nurse in the CDS
testing for gestational diabetes
vaginal birth after caesarean section VBAC
Vitamin K deficiency of the newborn
where will my baby be born