East Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust
East Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust provides acute hospital and community health services for people living in East Sussex. It mainly provides services at two district general hospitals, Conquest Hospital and Eastbourne District General Hospital, as well as various minor injury, birthing, outpatient and community services throughout the county.
East Sussex Healthcare Trust is one of the largest organisations in the county, employing over 7,000 dedicated staff with an annual turnover of £365 million.
Surrey and Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust
Surrey and Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust provides acute and complex services at East Surrey Hospital, as well as a range of outpatient and diagnostic services at Caterham Dene, Crawley and Horsham hospitals, and Oxted Health Centre. It employs around 3,500 people and provides healthcare services to a growing population of 535,000.
Western Sussex Hospitals NHS Trust
Western Sussex Hospitals NHS Trust serves a population of around 450,000 people across a catchment area covering most of West Sussex. The Trust runs three hospitals: St Richard's Hospital in Chichester, Southlands Hospital in Shoreham-by-Sea, and Worthing Hospital in the centre of Worthing.
It was created in 2009 by a merger of Royal West Sussex NHS Trust and Worthing and Southlands Hospitals NHS Trust, and became an NHS Foundation Trust in 2013.