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Explore our A-Z list of services

We offer a wide range of clinical services, providing care for both adults and children.
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View our list of locations

Find directions, contact details and useful information for our hospitals, clinics and treatment sites.

Latest news


Have you received excellent care from one of our staff? Has someone gone above and beyond what you expected to help? Then why not nominate them for ou...

We are delighted that an entry on behalf of our Trust has been shortlisted for the prestigious Nursing Times Awards.  The development of a Child...

In order to keep the Zachary Merton Hospital building safe and secure, we are installing metal panelling to the building. The need for this added bui...

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Become a part of our dedicated team, with a wide range of roles across SCFT. View our current vacancies and hear from our staff.
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Explore our range of resources, created to help you learn more about any conditions, upcoming appointments and additional service information.
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Support our Charity

Find out how you can support us, and how we use your donations to enhance patient care. Our charity supports the work of the Trust to deliver our vision.

Excellent care at the heart of the community

We pride ourselves in providing you with the best clinical services.

Tell us what matters to you. There are many ways to share your experience from anonymous surveys, to letters, emails or a conversation with our Patient Advice and Liaison Service (PALS), we are here to listen and help. 

Immediate action required: Where to get help

It's important to know where to go in an emergency or if you need urgent help.

Many minor injuries and illnesses can be handled at minor injury units (MIUs) or urgent treatment centres (UTCs) across Sussex. 

Alternatively, you can call 111 or get help from 111 online

Accident and emergency (A&E) is for serious injuries and life-threatening emergencies.

Volunteer with us

Our amazing volunteers play a huge part in supporting the delivery of care to the many people who use our services.