The Clinical Research Department at the Trust have been using their expertise, resources and facilities to oversee participation in national and international research studies to help develop treatments for Covid-19. Liz Still, Head of Research said: “We are proud of our contribution to major international research in the fight to develop treatments for Covid-19. Covid-19…
A portrait of Staff Nurse Tasha Rainsley, which was painted by local artist Ian Goldsmith as part of a national celebration of NHS Heroes, has been unveiled outside the critical care unit at Eastbourne DGH where she was redeployed to as part of the Trust’s Covid-19 response.
The Eastbourne Midwifery Unit (EMU) will re-open on Monday 6th July following a temporary closure while the Trust responded to the Covid-19 pandemic.
There were emotional scenes with applause and cheers from staff and his family as Steve Honeyball was discharged from hospital after 97 days recovering from Covid-19.
Members of the 1066 Chapter of the Harley Owners Group rode to Eastbourne DGH to present a cheque, in conjunction with Sykes Harley-Davidson, for £2,250 to the Trust’s charitable funds.
As part of our celebrations to mark the 72nd birthday of the NHS on Sunday 5th July 2020, we would like local people to help mark the event by sending us their short messages of thanks to the NHS.
We are re-instating our home birth service from Monday 22nd June, following its suspension due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Members of staff at Conquest Hospital raised funds to place a bench overlooking the Lagoon, as a lasting tribute to the hardworking NHS staff during the Covid-19 pandemic.
A new digital therapy system called RITA, which stands for ‘Reminiscence Interactive Therapy Activities’ has been purchased by MacDonald Ward at Conquest Hospital, following successful fund raising activities on the ward. RITA is an innovative, evidence-based, state-of-the-art digital therapy system which allows patients to use apps, games and other leisure activities as part of their…
Consultant Ophthalmologist and Oculoplastic Surgeon, Mr Manuel Saldana, his children William (19), Beth (17) and Alice (12) together with Ophthalmologist, Dr Stephen Sweetman, and local businessman Tim Bigg are planning a relay swim of the channel in late August, to raise money for the local NHS. Mr Manuel Saldana said: “Swimming the English Channel is…