Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Specialist Nurse Service

We are a team of 5 MS Nurse Specialists and MS Specialist Practitioner providing information and support to people living with Multiple Sclerosis in Sussex.

Our service is for people living with MS, their families, children and relatives.

We provide ongoing specialist nursing and see patients within their own homes, clinics or other venues.

We also provide a variety of education session to patients, families and professionals on many different aspects of MS, for example information and support with medications, fatigue management and newly diagnosed information days.

We help people with MS manage their condition and provide support and advice with all aspects of symptom management, treatment options and any other information about living with MS.

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Brighton, Hove, West Sussex

How To Access

The service is available to anyone with a confirmed diagnosis of MS who are registered with a West Sussex and Brighton and Hove GP. We accept self referrals as well as referrals for other professionals. The Service is a Monday to Friday Specialist MS Service. Contact the Nurse that covers your area.

Contact Details

Mid Sussex and Crawley
Kelly Hill
Haywards Heath Health Centre
Heath Road
Hayward's Heath
West Sussex
RH16 3BB
Tel: 01403 620437 

Brighton and Hove
Nadia Abdo / Stephanie Verry
D3 (Dyke Building),
Elm Grove,
East Sussex,
Tel: 01273 265887

Horsham and Chanctonbury
Nadine Morley
NHS West Sussex
Horsham Hospital
Rose Wing
Hurst Road
Horsham RH12 2DR
Tel: 01403 620437

Chichester and Bognor
Katrina Orchard & Claire Cook
Bicentennial Building - 1st Floor
Southern Gate
PO19 8EZ
Tel: 01273 265 969

Julie Green and Nicky Davis
3rd Floor Southfield House
Worthing BN11 1RY
Tel: 01903 858178

Opening Hours

Monday to Friday 9.00am - 5.00pm (excluding bank holidays)

How to find us

More information

Multiple Sclerosis Trust
Tel: 01462 476700 or visit the Multiple Sclerosis Trust website

Multiple Sclerosis Society
Freephone Helpline: 0808 800 800 or visit the Multiple Sclerosis Society website