Surrey and Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust (SASH) is urging local people to think before going to A&E during the August bank holiday weekend (25-27 August 2018). A&E is for emergencies only. Anyone who does not have a life threatening illness or injury is asked to make an appointm
Surrey and Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust (SASH) is urging the public to think before going to A&E during the bank holiday weekend. With a range of local NHS healthcare services available, minor conditions, such as hay fever or sunburn are able to be managed safely and effectively at
Did you know that one in five visits to A&E are for minor conditions, such as coughs, colds, muscular pain or allergies, which could be managed safely and effectively at home or with advice from a pharmacist? Locally, around 300 people a day attend A&E at East Surrey Hospital.
The work of the expert clinicians in our busy Emergency Department is the subject of the latest ‘Hot Topic’ event at East Surrey Hospital next Wednesday (14). Hear from our consultants and lead nurse about how patients move through the departments, the links with specialist clinician
East Surrey Hospital’s Emergency Department (A&E) is the best in the area according to the latest results published this week. Out of all of the hospitals in Surrey and Sussex during the period of October, November and December, the most patients waited less than the national targ
Accident and Emergency Departments all over the country have seen huge numbers of patients over the long and cold winter, but demand has continued to be high in spring. Michael Wilson, CEO at Surrey and Sussex Healthcare Trust that runs the Emergency Department at East Surrey Hospital