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This website will no longer be updated. Please see your new Sussex Health and Care website, for all all the information you need about health...

If you have read our new draft constitution and would like to share your thoughts please do so via the form below: ...

Adult social care Adult social care is supporting older people or those adults living with disability or physical or mental illness, to live...

Our new draft Constitution We have launched a process of engagement on our draft Constitution for the new NHS Sussex Integrated Care Board. We...

An important next step towards achieving our vision for better health and care for all across Sussex is the development of our Integrated Care...

If you have received any COVID-19 vaccinations outside of England, they will not automatically show on your medical records or in the NHS App. To...

We are committed as a system to decarbonise our local healthcare system to support the NHS’s national ambition to reach Net Zero by 2040. As...

We know some of the changes to health and care can be complicated. Here are some frequently asked questions that might help with explaining the...

On Monday, 04 April, the NHS started the roll out of the COVID-19 vaccination programme to all children aged 5-11. The Joint Committee on Vaccination...

Bowel cancer is a general term for cancer that begins in the large bowel. Depending on where the cancer starts, bowel cancer is sometimes called...

Cervical screening is available from 25 years to 64 years in England and, currently, people aged 25 to 49 receive invitations every 3 years and...

1 in 2 people will develop some form of cancer during their lifetime. In the UK, the 4 most common types of cancer are: Breast cancer Lung cancer Prostate...

The NHS across the country is offering new treatments to people who have tested positive for COVID-19 infection and who are at highest risk of...

Hello, I am Audrey. I had a COVID-19 jab (vaccination) at Brighton Racecourse. This is what happened. We got an invitation. It said come and...

We are creating a system across Sussex that aims to ensure better health and care for all now and in the future. Our ambition is for is for every...

The new NHS Sussex Board of directors have been appointed and will formally start from 1 July 2022. The Board is accountable for strategic planning,...

To prove your COVID-19 status, you may be required to show your NHS COVID pass to travel abroad, or to attend some events and venues in the UK....

Walk-in sessions for 12-15 year olds (this page) Walk in sessions for 16 years and over Walk-in vaccination sessions are taking place across...

It’s strongly recommended that you get vaccinated against coronavirus (COVID-19) if you’re pregnant or breastfeeding. If you’re...

If your appointment is to discuss the possibility of an operation or treatment, the healthcare professional you are seeing will talk to you about: How...

Before you attend your appointment, it is helpful to think about the questions you want to ask and what is most important to you about how you...

We know that there are many people who are caring for family and friends while they are waiting for a hospital appointment or treatment. This...

Waiting for an appointment or treatment could affect how many hours you are able to work, and how much you are earning. If you are struggling...

We know that some people will be in pain while they are waiting for an appointment or treatment. Pain can have a huge impact on our lives; from...

It is perfectly normal to feel anxious about an appointment or treatment. For some people with existing mental health conditions this could get...

It’s normal to feel anxious about medical treatment, particularly if you require surgery. People who are able to improve their health and...

In the time before your treatment, you can take simple steps to help improve your physical and mental health. This can help to reduce your risk...

We know that you have experienced a long wait for your hospital appointment or treatment and how distressing this must be. I would like to apologise...

There are many ways that members of the public can volunteer to help the NHS, and to support local people and our communities during winter,...

For the majority of people, Covid-19 is a mild illness that can be managed at home. Most people feel better within days or weeks. This leaflet...

It is normal to feel upset and anxious when things are uncertain. The following websites and services are dedicated to support you as a young...

For direct access to mental health support please find details of services available in Sussex below NHS 111 Call or visit NHS 111, 24 hours...

If you or someone you know is at risk of violence, abuse or neglect you can contact the following services for help. National Refuge –...

Improve and maintain your mental health by following these five steps to wellbeing. 1. Connect Good relationships are important for your mental...

Difficult events or life changes circumstances can often cause us worry, anxiety or stress. This is a normal response to difficult situations,...

Emergency services Call 999 or go straight to A&E if you think that you may act on suicidal feelings or you have seriously harmed yourself. The...

What can you do to manage your heart failure symptoms? Winter can be a particularly worrying time if you are living with heart failure. The following...

What can you do to manage your type 2 diabetes? Winter can be a particularly challenging time if you are living with type 2 diabetes. The following...

What can you do to manage your asthma? Winter can be a particularly worrying time if you are living with asthma. The following information will...

What can you do to manage your chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)? Winter can be a particularly worrying time if you are living with...

In January 2020, the East Sussex Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) and Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust began the development of a vision...

Who can get a COVID-19 vaccine? 1st and 2nd doses – for everyone aged 5 and above. children and young people who are aged 5 to 17 year...

There are three main ways to get your vaccine: Book your COVID-19 vaccination appointments online or by calling 119 free of charge; see the...

We are committed to ensuring that patients spend no longer than they need to in hospital. This means supporting them to return home safely or,...

There are little things we can all do to help look after our mental health. Having good mental health helps us relax more, achieve more and enjoy...

Health services are currently experiencing high levels of demand. At the same time staff sickness rates are rising due to COVID-19 cases in the...

It’s important to make sure you take good care of your body and mind every day, not just when you get sick. Learning how to eat well, exercise...

Improving cardiology and ophthalmology services in East Sussex The local NHS would like to say a big thank you everyone that has taken part in...

Further information and FAQs for Sussex residents How does my data get used? In Sussex, like the rest of the country, there are multiple organisations...

If you are aged 12 or over and had a severely weakened immune system when you had your first 2 doses of the coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine,...

The pandemic has affected all of us in so many ways and we know it has had a particular impact on mental health and wellbeing for many people. Children...

Resources are available to support parents, professionals and young people with mental health and wellbeing. The toolkits, created by partners...

We will be adding to this collection regularly throughout Black History Month (October) 2021. Please do check back later for more.   Dr....

The Local Transformation Plan (LTP) is our plan for improving children and young people’s mental health and emotional wellbeing services and...

These FAQs are focused on booster vaccines; more general information about the vaccine is available too. FAQs – Spring Booster vaccination...

7 September 2021 What is flu? Flu is an unpleasant disease that spreads quickly and easily through coughing and sneezing. Flu can also give you...

Winter vaccinations public facing webinar Health and Social Care Workers: Winter Vaccines Campaign Webinar (led by NHSEI) JCVI interim advice:...

NHS in Sussex begins to deliver essential winter vaccines The NHS in Sussex has started to deliver the safe and effective annual flu vaccination...

The ‘Proud To Be’ Gratitude Awards for Sussex Black History Month 2021 recognise health and care staff who have made a difference in our...

Why do we need to transform? In 2016, the National Maternity Review report; Better Births was published. It set out what people thought of the...

Having a Covid-19 jab (vaccine) at the Racecourse Hello, I am Mike. I am going to have a Covid-19 jab (vaccine) at Brighton Racecourse. We...

Children aged 12-15 Children aged 12 to 15 who are clinically extremely vulnerable 5 to 11 year olds Helpful materials If you are a young...

Walk-in sessions for 12-15 year olds Walk-in sessions for 16 years and over (this page) Walk-in vaccination sessions are taking place across...

From 1 July 2022, this page will no longer be updated. You can access all current campaign resources on our new website. This webpage is set...

Watch the videos below to see the progress on the Sussex COVID-19 vaccination programme, from when we started in December 2020, up until the...

As part of Sussex Health and Care Partnerships’ commitment to patient and public involvement, a project to introduce volunteer Community Ambassadors...

Looking for advice and support for children and young people’s mental health and emotional wellbeing in Sussex? The number of children and...

Serious Mental Illness refers to a diagnosis of schizophrenia or bipolar disorder, or a history of psychosis. People with SMI face stark health...

Through the ICS, we are finding new ways for the NHS, local authorities and voluntary sector to work together together to improve services and...

Our ambition for Digital across Sussex Health and Care Partnership We know that digital plays an important part of many people’s everyday...

We know that more and more people are needing support from mental health, emotional wellbeing and support services. We know that much of mental...

A key part of the ambition for Sussex Health and Care Partnership is to centre improvement and transformation around our places. Our Partnership...

Primary care – or GP services, are very often the first, or only, access people have with the health and care system. Primary care provides...

Our acute hospitals provide emergency and urgent care, inpatient medical care and planned treatment for surgery, acute medical conditions or...

During the rest of 2022-23, we will be developing a strategy that sets out the priorities and the actions that we will be taking to improve the...

In order for health and care to work better together there are some really important underpinning pieces of work that can support us to help...

Pages Helpful information for patients Personal Health Record Priorities Black History Month 2021 Introducing inspirational Black, Asian...

Medical experts and scientists agree that it is not possible for the vaccines to affect fertility. The vaccines protect people from becoming...

You may find the following sources of information helpful when deciding whether to have the vaccine: Advice for people who follow the Muslim...

Using FACTSHEET: What’s in the Covid-19 vaccines? | Calderdale Clinical Commissioning Group The COVID-19 vaccines do not contain any animal...

Improving mental health services in East Sussex Following approval from the Joint Committee of the NHS Sussex CCGs and the Sussex Partnership...

The voluntary and community sector (VCS) is independent from local and national government, and distinct from the private sector. Charities...

Hearing the views of our communities is crucial in ensuring that NHS and social care services are right for our local populations in Sussex. Volunteers play a...

This Volunteers’ Week we want to raise awareness of the vast range of volunteering opportunities across Sussex. You can find more information...

It goes without saying that volunteers have played a key role in the pandemic response. During an exceptionally difficult year, people from all...

Volunteers’ Week 1-7 June is a national celebration of Volunteering across the UK. This year the theme for the week is “A Time to Say Thanks”...

The COVID-19 vaccination programme is the biggest in the history of the NHS. In less than 6 months, the NHS in Sussex have launched more than...

Sussex Infection Prevention Development Week 2021 was a showcase of infection prevention experts from across the UK which brought the latest...

Our commitment to improving the emotional health and wellbeing of children and young people The number of children and young people needing...

Contact details The Vaccine Enquiry Service is managed on behalf of the Sussex Health and Care Partnership by Sussex NHS Commissioners. The Data...

Ramadan takes place from 2 April to 1 May 2022 and we want to reassure all those who will be marking the holy month that they can still receive...

If you are having any difficulty using or accessing the NHS App please use the online enquiry form to get you started. If you have any questions...

Sussex residents who have no means to get to their COVID-19 vaccination appointment are now able to book a free return journey to help them...

Plexus Care Record connects health and care records for practitioners in Sussex, providing them with the right information at the right...

The Sussex Health and Care Partnership are developing a store of information to support our work in developing health and care services in Sussex...

If you have a question about the Sussex COVID-19 vaccination programme please take a look at our frequently asked questions page, or on the pages...

The COVID-19 vaccination national booking system is now open for frontline health and social care staff to book a booster vaccine appointment...

W/C 21 February 2022 Brighton and Hove COVID-19 update 24 February 2022 East Sussex COVID-19 update 24 February 2022 West Sussex COVID-19 update...

Where can I have my jab in West Sussex? *** Please do not call your GP practice for appointments or questions about your vaccination appointment...

Where can I have my jab in East Sussex? *** Please do not call your GP practice for appointments or questions about your vaccination appointment...

Where can I have my jab in Brighton and Hove? *** Please do not call your GP practice for appointments or questions about your vaccination appointment...

Read more about the vaccines in our fact files: What’s in the COVID-19 vaccines? COVID-19 vaccine and your faith COVID-19 vaccine and your...

What can I have? If you are aged 5 to 17, you can currently have a 1st and 2nd vaccine; If you are 18 and over, or aged 12 and above with a...

Thank you for your interest in being a Vaccination Champion. Applications are now closed. We are seeking volunteers to become Vaccination Champions...

Across Sussex the NHS and its partners are working extremely hard to roll out the COVID-19 vaccination programme to our communities. Whether...

We use social media to share important information and respond to local people and we welcome comment and suggestions from other social media...

Black History Month 2021 We’re celebrating Black History Month this October. Sussex health and care organisations have curated a series...

Please click on the links below to see the relevant Mental Health Collaborative papers: 18 March 2021 21 January 2021 19 November 2020 24 September...

Thank you for your interest in the Flu Champions. We have closed applications at this time.   We are seeking volunteers to become Flu Champions...

This page has useful information for all partners to keep up to date and help to spread the message. Social media materials Keep Sussex Safe...

You can use My Health and Care Record through the NHS Login which also gives you access to the NHS App. Register for the NHS Login; using your...

Helpful information for patients Examples of emails you may receive from PKB on behalf of My Health and Care Record Am I already registered...

Why does it say Powered by PKB on some of the pages? Who is PKB? Patients Know Best (PKB) is the platform that we are using to host My Health...

Opinion and insight from people at the heart of our partnership: View from the leadership – August 2021 2 August 2021 - Last week marked...

Using the NHS Login to access My Health and Care Record Across Sussex the NHS are encouraging everyone to sign up for the NHS App – a simple...

There is a clear link between a mother’s health before pregnancy, the risks she is exposed to or exposes herself to, and her baby’s health....

The Sussex Our Care Connected programme ambition is to deliver a single health and care record for each person living in Sussex.  Our Care Connected...

Personal Heath Record We are pleased to offer patients within the Preston Park PCN catchment area a new online service that gives you secure...

Four Public Members have been appointed on the Community Ambassador Task and Finish Group Four Public Members have been appointed, along with...

The Sussex People’s Panel is an exciting and dynamic way to gather insight, views and experiences from members of our local population. In...

Who are our Community Ambassadors? Community Ambassadors are volunteers who help the Sussex Health and Care Partnership to understand what is...

The aim of the Sussex Health and Care Partnership is to improve lives, extend lives and save lives by focusing on keeping people healthier for...

You can find resources listed below to help you participate in the Help Us Help You Winter Campaign Help Us Help You logo Facebook 111 advert...

Health services are currently experiencing high levels of demand. At the same time staff sickness rates are rising due to COVID-19 cases in...

COVID-19 will be a feature of our lives for the foreseeable future, so we need to learn to live with it and manage the risk to ourselves and...

There are 16 organisations in our partnership – local authorities, health and care providers and clinical commissioning groups. They are all...

The Sussex Health and Care Partnership is a partnership and a way of working. It has no powers to make decisions on behalf of the individual...

As our population grows, and grows older, we need more and different health and care services. The services we have now were not all designed...

Accessibility statement for Sussex Health & Care Partnership We want everyone who visits the Sussex Health & Care Partnership website...

Welcome to our website. If you continue to browse and use this website, you are agreeing to comply with and be bound by the following terms and...

The Sussex Health & Care Partnership website does not leave cookies on a visitor’s computer or device and is therefore compliant with the...

This privacy statement discloses the privacy practices for www.seshealthandcare.org.uk, the website of Sussex Health & Care Partnership....

There are lots of ways you can find out more and have your say on the future shape of health and care services across Sussex. Public involvement...

In order to deliver our aspirations for improved health and care and to make the best use of our resources, we are working together, and with...

The Sussex Health and Care Partnership is a collaboration of health and care organisations across Sussex. Our aim is to improve the health...

The NHS is working to offer the most vulnerable people a second COVID-19 vaccination. If you are aged 75 and over, aged 12 and over and have...

News Articles

Sussex gets its Boost

31st December 2021

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Not In A Day’s Work

12th October 2021

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Windrush Day 2021

22nd June 2021

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View from the leadership

18th March 2021

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The public health crisis

17th March 2021

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Covid-19 testing in Sussex

18th September 2020

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STP Update, June 2018

19th June 2018

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STP Update, May 2018

19th May 2018

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STP Update, March 2018

22nd March 2018

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STP update, December 2017

15th December 2017

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STP Update, October 2017

11th October 2017

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STP Update, August 2017

4th August 2017

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STP Update, June 2017

21st June 2017

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