Clinical Services Directory

Read: Important advice before visiting our hospital wards

General information/leaflets


A-Z of Clinical services

Search the A-Z of our clinical services for information and contact details for each service.

See a list of all services available at the Trust

If you are looking for information about a particular hospital or clinic, you can also search our Hospitals and Clinics list

 

Safeguarding Adults

Safeguarding Children (West Sussex)

Safeguarding Children Team (Brighton and Hove Children and Families)

School Nursing (Brighton and Hove Children and Families)

School Nursing (West Sussex)

Sexual Health and Contraception (SHAC) Brighton and Hove Service

Snowdrop Care at home Team (Community Children’s Nursing Service West Sussex)

Special Care Dental Services (SCDS)

Specialist Health Visiting team for children with complex and additional needs

Speech and Language Therapy for Adults

Speech and Language Therapy for Children (Brighton & Hove Children and Families)

Speech and Language Therapy for Children (West Sussex)

Stop Smoking Service (Brighton & Hove)

Stop Smoking Service (West Sussex)

Sussex Children’s Sexual Assault Referral Centre (Children’s SARC)

Sussex Rehabilitation Centre Out-patient service Brighton & Hove


Clinical services by Town or CCG



Important advice before visiting our hospital wards

At this time of the year, we often see higher levels of illness in the community, from common coughs and colds through to influenza and pneumonia. We can also see higher levels of illness caused by norovirus, the most common stomach bug in the UK, which can cause vomiting and diarrhoea in people of all ages.

To help us protect the vulnerable people in our care, please don’t visit our locations if you have illnesses such as these. Please call our services if you have any queries about whether you should attend for an appointment or if you plan to visit a relative or friend in our care. From time to time we need to limit the visiting hours in a particular location to help contain the spread of an illness.