See our general information leaflet for more information
The out-patient service, based at the Sussex Rehabilitation Centre at Brighton General Hospital, provides a prosthetic limb service to amputees and people with congenital limb loss. In addition it deals with pain management, wound healing and health screening to prevent further limb loss and carries out the production, maintenance and repair of artificial limbs. It also provides orthotic (surgical) appliances to patients attending the clinics at the centre.
The purpose of the service is to enable patients with upper and lower limb loss to achieve and sustain maximum possible mobility, dexterity and independence.
The service is for patients who have had an amputation or who have a congenital limb anomaly. The service sees patients of all ages.
Amputees are referred to the service by the surgeons who carried out their amputation or by their GPs
Please complete our Referral Form
Sussex Rehabilitation Centre
Brighton General Hospital
Tel: 01273 242160
Out of hour's service: messages can be left on 01273 242160 for response on the next working day.
Coasting Together is the name of the User Group at the Sussex Rehabilitation Centre at Brighton General Hospital. It acts as a forum for all users of the Centre's services, their families and carers. Find out more on the Coasting Together website.