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  • Bladder and Bowel Service

    This service of specialist continence nurses offers individuals with bladder and bowel problems assessment, treatment, advice and support.

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  • Carers Health Team

    This service provides free support for the health and wellbeing of unpaid carers over the age of 18. The service works directly with carers to help them develop individual strategies.

  • Chailey Clinical Services

    This service supports and enables children and adults with complex neurodisability in a safe, nurturing environment, promoting good health, and optimising function and quality of life.

  • Child Development Services

    These services house a number of multi-disciplinary teams who support children and young people aged 0 – 19 years.

  • Child Immunisation Service

    This service offers school-age vaccinations to all children attending schools in East Sussex, West Sussex and Brighton and Hove.

  • Children and Young People's Community Nursing Services

    This service provides clinical nursing care and support for children and young people aged 0 to 18 years with health conditions.

  • Children and Young People’s Continence Team

    This service is a community-based, nurse-led, specialist paediatric continence service helping children and young people in West Sussex and Brighton and Hove experiencing constipation, soiling, day wetting and night wetting (enuresis).

  • Children in Care

    These services helps to improve health outcomes for children and young people who are looked after by local councils in Sussex.

  • Children's Audiology Service

    This service specialises in the assessment and management of children’s hearing and hearing therapy for children aged 0-16 years old.

  • Children's Specialist Nursing

    This service supports children and young people who have complex needs with developmental difficulties and their families.

  • Children's Speech and Language Therapy Service

    This service supports children and young people with speech, language, communication difficulties and/or swallowing difficulties.

  • Clinical Assessment Unit

    This service provides rapid assessment and treatment of patients who do not require admission to hospital.

  • Coastal Sussex Integrated MSK Service (CSIMS)

    This service provides a wide range of musculoskeletal services and support for patients in Coastal Sussex.

  • Community Child Health Information Service

    This service is the central administrative base for Child Health Services across West Sussex and Brighton and Hove.

  • Community HIV Specialist Service (CHIVSS)

    This service provides specialist nursing for patients who are living with HIV, including community visits, health checks and some psychological therapies.

  • Community Neurological Rehabilitation

    This service provides assessment and therapy to patients who have any neurological diagnosis, to maximise their independence and manage their condition.

  • Community Nursing

    This service provides a range of services to those who are unable to visit their GP surgery.

  • Community Phlebotomy Service

    This service provides blood tests. They offer home visits for housebound individuals or clinic appointments for patients who are mobile.

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  • Diabetes Services

    These services help people to live well with diabetes through advice, support, and condition management across Sussex.

  • Dietetic Service

    This service provides nutritional care to adults in the community in High Weald, Lewes and Havens. The service supports people aged 16 and above with a wide range of conditions.

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  • ECHO End of Life Care Hub

    This service provides a telephone service to people who have a life-limiting illness, advanced terminal diagnosis or are approaching and entering the end phase of their life.

  • Emergency Dental Service

    This service provides an out of hours service for when a patient's condition needs urgent attention by a dentist.

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  • Falls and Fracture Prevention Service

    This service provides specialist assessment and rehabilitation for adults who are at risk of falls and fractures or at risk of developing osteoporosis.

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  • Health Visiting Service

    This service offers children and families routine health and development reviews, as well as additional support when it's needed.

  • Heart Failure Service

    This service provides support to patients with a confirmed diagnosis of heart failure by echocardiogram.

  • Homeless Health Inclusion Team

    This service supports people in insecure housing or those that are experiencing homelessness and are struggling with their physical psychological and mental health issues.

  • Hospital at Home

    This service, sometimes known as a virtual ward, allows patients to get the care they need at home safely and conveniently, rather than being in hospital.

  • Hospital Rapid Discharge Team

    This service aims to support and enhance the Accident and Emergency (A&E) experience for patients and reduce admissions or readmission to an acute hospital.

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  • Infant Feeding Services

    These services provide mothers and families with specialist advice and support to make informed feeding decisions across Sussex.

  • Intermediate Care Unit (ICU)

    These units provide a period of rehabilitation for patients, enabling them to recover and regain their independence before returning to their preferred place of residence.

  • Intravenous (IV) Therapy Service

    This service supports and enables early hospital discharges by providing and supporting the delivery of IV therapy within a clinic setting or within patient's homes in Brighton and Hove and West Sussex.

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  • Learning Disabilities Health Facilitation Team

    This team of specialist nurses, allied health professionals, health facilitation practitioners and health facilitator assistants support people who have a learning disability.

  • Living Well Programme

    This service provides a free 6-week self-management course to help people living with any long-term health conditions.

  • Lymphoedema Service

    This service offers treatment and advice to patients over the age of 18, who are suffering from oedema or swelling due to an impairment in their lymphatic system.

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  • Neuro Rehabilitation Outpatients Service

    This service provides support for people over 16 struggling with needs arising from long-term complex neurological conditions such as acquired brain injury, stroke, MS, Cerebral Palsy and Guillain-Barre Syndrome.

  • Nurseries

    The nurseries provide care and education for pre-school children from three months to school age in Brighton, Crawley and Hove throughout the year.

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  • Occupational Therapy for Children

    This service helps children and young people under the age of 18 (up to 19 if in special education) develop functional skills to achieve or maintain their independence at home, nursery, or school across Brighton and Hove and West Sussex.

  • OneCall West Sussex

    This service is a 24-hour single point of communication for all referrals to community services in West Sussex. Referrals can be made by phone, email or SystmOne for those with access.

  • Oral Health Promotion

    This service provides preventative information on oral health to members of the public, care staff, homeless teams, school nurses, health visitors and in schools and nurseries.

  • Overnight Services

    This service provides urgent out of hours nursing intervention and support in the community throughout our teams in West Sussex and Brighton and Hove.

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  • Paediatric Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (ME) and Chronic Fatigue Service (CFS)

    This service provides assessment, intervention programmes, advice and support to children and young people (up to the age of 18 years) who live in Brighton and Hove with a diagnosis of ME/CFS.

  • Pain Assessment and Clinical Evaluation (PACE)

    This service, provided by a large team of experienced healthcare practitioners including nurses, physiotherapists, consultant anaesthetists and psychologists, specialises in the assessment and treatment of persistent pain problems.

  • Parkinson's Services

    These services are made up of teams of specialist practitioners providing support in the community to patients with Parkinson’s in Sussex.

  • Physiotherapy for Children

    This service provides paediatric physiotherapy services to babies, children, and young people up to the age of 18 (up to 19 if in special education) across Brighton and Hove and West Sussex.

  • Planned Treatment Centre

    This service provides acute, chronic and complex care in a clinic environment to patients over the age of 18 who are registered with a GP surgery in Crawley.

  • Podiatry and Orthotics Services

    This service is made up of registered podiatrists, orthotists, nurses and health care assistants who provide a comprehensive foot health service to adults and children across West Sussex and Brighton and Hove.

  • Post COVID Assessment and Support Service (PCASS)

    This service provides care for people who have long COVID symptoms which are significantly impacting on their daily life.

  • Prevention Assessment Team

    This service helps people in West Sussex access the support they need to live independently at home and enjoy life as part of their community. We are also here to help prevent or delay the need for more intensive services.

  • Prosthetics Service

    This service provides lifelong support for people of all ages with limb loss and limb difference. The prosthetic limb service includes the production, maintenance and repair of artificial limbs.

  • Pulmonary Rehabilitation

    This service offers patients a 6 week course of exercise and education about lung conditions and how to manage them.

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  • Radiology Service

    This service provides x-rays, ultrasounds and DEXA (bone density) scans at Lewes Victoria Hospital, Uckfield Hospital, Crowborough War Memorial Hospital and Bognor Regis War Memorial Hospital.

  • Rehabilitation Engineering Service

    This service specialises in the provision of engineering support and products to children and young people with complex physical disabilities where standard, commercially available, equipment does not fulfil their need.

  • Respiratory Service

    This service provides care for people living with chronic lung conditions.

  • Rheumatology

    This service deals with the investigation, diagnosis, and management of diseases and disorders that affect the musculoskeletal system, including bones, joints, muscles, and connective tissues.

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  • Safeguarding

    The team works in collaboration with other agencies to ensure adults are appropriately safeguarded and delivers support and advice to all Sussex Community NHS Trust Staff on Safeguarding.

  • School Nursing Service

    The school nursing service offer children and families routine health and development reviews, as well as additional support when it's needed.

  • Special Care Dental Service

    This service is a team of dentists, dental therapists and dental nurses who provide a service for children and adults who are unable to have treatment at a general dental practice as extra support is required.

  • Special School Nursing

    This service provides clinical nursing care and support for children and young people with health conditions attending a special school.

  • Sussex Children's Sexual Assault Referral Centre (SARC)

    This service is a team of specially trained doctors, nurses and support staff who care for children and young people living in Sussex that have experienced sexual abuse or assault.

  • Sussex Primary Care

    Sussex Primary Care run a number of GP Practices across Sussex providing excellent primary care in the heart of the community.

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  • Talking Therapies West Sussex

    This service helps adults suffering with mild to moderate anxiety and depression, providing a range of talking therapies and other treatments.

  • Tissue Viability

    This service provides specialist advice and treatment for patients with complex wounds.

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  • Urgent Community Response (UCR)

    This service provides urgent care to people in their homes, helping to avoid hospital admissions, and enabling timely discharge from hospital.

  • Urgent Treatment Centre (UTC)

    This service provides assessment and treatment of a wide range of minor injuries or illnesses that are urgent but not life-threatening for adults and children.

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  • Waves Weight Management Clinic

    This service works with children, young people, and their families in Brighton and Hove to help them to make positive changes to their eating and physical activity habits.

  • Wheelchair and Specialist Seating Service

    This service provides wheelchair and specialist seating for children, young people and adults. The team of wheelchair therapists help to maximise mobility, independence and quality of life for users of our service and their carers.