Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals (BSUH) is an acute teaching hospital working across two sites: the Royal Sussex County Hospital in Brighton, which is our centre for emergency, specialised and tertiary services, and the Princess Royal Hospital in Haywards Heath, which is our centre for elective surgery. These sites include the Royal Alexandra Children’s Hospital, the Sussex Eye Hospital, and the Sussex Orthopaedic Treatment Centre.
BSUH provides district general hospital services for 450,000 people in and around the city of Brighton and Hove, mid Sussex and the western part of East Sussex. Our specialised and tertiary services treat patients from across Sussex and the South East of England. These include neurosciences, arterial vascular surgery, neonatal, paediatrics, cardiac, cancer, renal, infectious diseases and HIV medicine. We are the major trauma centre for Sussex and the South East. We work closely with our educational partners, Brighton and Sussex Medical School, Health Education Kent, Surrey and Sussex, and our local universities.
The trust is planning a £480m redevelopment of the Royal Sussex County Hospital site (the 3Ts Programme), which is the largest publicly funded hospital project in a generation and will provide state-of-the-art facilities for DGH services and for specialist services such as neurosciences, cancer, infectious diseases, HIV medicine, and major trauma.
Director of 3Ts
Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust
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