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…
Over 550 volunteers at the Trust who support patients, visitors and staff in a wide variety of roles across all our sites, will receive a card with a personal ‘thank you’ message from ESHT Chief Executive, Adrian Bull as part of Volunteers’ Week.
You’re invited to be part of our first virtual Annual General Meeting (AGM).
East Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust ended the 2019/20 financial year with a small surplus exceeding the year-end target that it set itself.
Work has started on the next phase of modernising the Emergency Department at Eastbourne DGH which will see the installation of air conditioning, new treatment cubicles, new cardiac monitoring equipment, eco-friendly lighting, a new waiting area and updated mental health room.
Staff Nurse Tasha Rainsley has had her portrait painted as part of a national celebration of NHS Heroes. Tasha was nominated by a colleague after being redeployed to work in critical care during Covid-19. From 53 nominated staff and teams across the Trust Tasha was randomly chosen.
A new Emergency Nurse Practitioner Suite in the Emergency Department at Eastbourne DGH has opened to care for patients with minor injuries and illness and includes an area dedicated to care for children.
Steve Honeyball, whose spell in critical care was the longest of any patient in the Trust recovering from Covid-19, has left the unit at Eastbourne DGH after 53 days, to applause from hospital staff and his family, to continue his recovery from Covid-19.
Husband and wife, Clarence and Stella Diribe have left critical care together in emotional scenes at Eastbourne DGH, to continue their recovery from Covid-19 on a ward.
Patients in hospitals in East Sussex have been able to video call with their loved ones, thanks to the kind donation of around 50 iPad and Samsung tablets from the local community.