NHS staff commended for reaching the first milestone in the Elective Recovery Plan - to eliminate two-year waits by the end of July - but still faces some "very serious challenges" ahead of winter https://t.co/MD3Z099Gom pic.twitter.com/ZYUv8h8rcq— HEFMA (@HEFMAUK) August 10, 2022
Royal Sussex County Hospital
The Royal Sussex County Hospital (RSCH) in Brighton forms part of Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals Trust. RSCH is a centre for emergency and tertiary care. The Brighton campus includes the Royal Alexandra Children’s Hospital (The Alex) and the Sussex Eye Hospital.
The hospital provides services to the local populations in and around the City of Brighton and Hove, Mid Sussex and the western part of East Sussex. and more specialised and tertiary services for patients across Sussex and the south east of England.
The Trust has over two sites, the other being the Princess Royal in Haywards Heath, 1,165 Beds; 962 General and acute, 74 Maternity, and 43 Critical care. It employs 7,195.92 (WTE) Staf; 1,050.59 of these are Medical (WTE), 2,302.52 Nursing (WTE), 3,842.81 other. It has revenue of £529,598m, with a full cost of £574,417m and a Surplus (deficit) of £44,819k Between 2015-2016 the Trust had 118,233 inpatient admissions; 640,474 Outpatient attendances, and 156,414 A&E attendances.
This hospital was inspected due our concerns about the Trusts ability to provide safe, efective, responsive and well led care. We inspected this hospital on 4-8 April 2016 and returned for an announced inspection on 16 April 2016.
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