Dr Adrian Bull, Chief Executive of East Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust (ESHT) is to retire in September 2020 after four years in charge, having overseen significant improvement and progress at the Trust.
Vikki Carruth, Director of Nursing and Director of Infection Prevention and Control said: “We are following national guidance from Public Health England in terms of our response to the new 2019 novel Coronavirus. I am incredibly proud of how our staff have worked together to put in place everything that is required of us, to…
The Trust has been given £5.05million to work up detailed plans to develop Bexhill Hospital, Conquest Hospital and Eastbourne DGH over the next decade, as part of the second wave funding round earmarked for 2025-2030 in the government’s Health Infrastructure Plan which includes 40 hospitals across England.
Sim Beaumont, Electronics and Medical Engineering (EME) Manager, has won the Employee of the Month Award for his work in securing additional patient monitoring equipment.
The Department of Health and Social Care has published information on their website about the recent outbreak of the Wuhan Novel Coronavirus, which you may have heard about in the media. The page will tell you more about what’s happening and what you need to do if you’ve recently travelled from Wuhan. For more general…
A national survey on maternity services undertaken on behalf of the Care Quality Commission (CQC), found that maternity care at East Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust has improved across a number of areas.
The newly expanded £900k 'Same Day Emergency Care Unit' at Conquest Hospital, which provides same day emergency care for patients who don’t require an overnight stay in hospital, has opened to patients.
Helen Hunnisett, who works as part of the Trust’s Frailty Practitioner Service supporting older people living with frailty to live independently at home, is believed to be the first physiotherapist in the South East trained with the skills to take blood (phlebotomy).