We provide extra medical, surgical and nursing care to premature and sick newborn babies. Babies requiring admission to a neonatal unit may require special care, high dependency care or intensive care. Intensive care is needed only by the most premature or sick babies.
Our service is provided from both the Trevor Mann Baby Unit (TMBU) at the Royal Sussex County Hospital in Brighton and the Special Care Baby Unit at the Princess Royal Hospital in Haywards Heath.
Both units have all the necessary facilities and staffing to deliver high quality and up-to-date care to newborn babies and supportive care to babies and parents during the stages of recovery.
Babies who require intensive care or surgery will be looked after at TMBU. Babies who do not require intensive care will be looked after on both sites, predominantly on the site they were booked in antenatally.
We are continually involved in local and national research projects. As a result of many parents consenting to their babies’ taking part in such research we have been able to constantly improve our care.
TMBU is a specialist unit for the care of premature and sick newborn babies. It provides special care, high dependency care and intensive care. It also provides a service for babies requiring surgery.
14th Floor, Thomas Kemp Tower, Royal Sussex County Hospital, Brighton.
Direct line: 01273 523450
Outpatient appointments: 01273 696955 extn. 4195/4188
SCBU is a unit for the care of premature and sick newborn babies requiring short term high dependency care or special care.
2nd floor, Princess Royal Hospital, Haywards Heath.
Direct line: 01444 448733
Outpatient appointments: 01444 441881 extn. 8357
01444 448733 Second floor, Princess Royal Hospital, Haywards Heath
01273 523450 Level 14, Thomas Kemp Tower, Royal Sussex County Hospital, Eastern Road, Brighton, BN2 5BE
Catheter care at home (female)
Catheter care at home (male)
early onset bacterial infection in newborn babies
expecting a very premature baby
Fixation of testes
General Abdominal Surgical Post Operative Advice
HIV and breastfeeding your baby
how you can help your baby during painful or stressful procedures
I’m going home
Information for parents of babies born at around 25 weeks
Information for parents of babies born early around 20 to 22 weeks
Information for parents of babies born early around 23 to 24 weeks
patent ductus arteriosus (PDA)
sucrose as pain relief for babies
Suprapubic catheter at home
The Alex information for parents of babies transferring from the TMBU
TOF OA discharge advice
welcome to the princess royal special care baby unit SCBU
welcome to TMBU
Your baby’s discharge passport