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We are delighted to have received a donation of over £1,000 from the Co-op Local Community Fund. This has been raised by local Co-op customers and we will use it to support Small Acts of Friendship, providing activities for patients on the Elderly Care Wards at RSCH. If you would like to support Small Acts of Friendship please donate here.  ...

Please consider sponsoring our Trustee John Austin who is dusting off his running shoes for the Westminster Mile to raise funds for Small Acts of Friendship. SAF is having such a positive impact on our Elderly Care Wards and all support helps the work continue. Read about John and sponsor him here.  ...

Nuclear medicine is a branch of medical imaging that uses small amounts of radioactive material to diagnose and determine the severity of or treat a variety of diseases, including many types of cancers, heart disease, gastrointestinal, endocrine, neurological disorders and other abnormalities within the body. The BSUH Radiopharmacy Department has recently re-opened in the Hanb ...

Friends Trustee John Austin considers the funding challenges faced in Social Care. In a previous article “Who pays for Care?” I wrote about the problems facing care providers and funders and the divide between health and personal social care.  Both major political parties have acknowledged the problems in funding a sustainable care service; but neither, when in office, has res ...

We are delighted Friends of Brighton & Hove Hospitals has been chosen as a Local Cause by the Co-Op to support the charity’s work with Small Acts of Friendship.  There are collecting boxes in the Co-Op stores in St James’s Street and St George’s Road so please support this charity if you are shopping there.   A call-out to all Co-Op members:  if you have a memb ...

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We are grateful to the Friends for all their support in helping to create and fund this initiative. It is making a real difference.

Chief Nurse, BSUH
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Thank you for your generosity. The Vascular and Polytrauma OT department have recently been given wheelchairs: these are already making a huge difference to patients having rehabilitation on Level 8.
"Thank you very much for all of your hard work and commitment in providing a great service.

Anna Shelton, Occupational Therapist (Vascular), Royal Sussex County Hospital

Friends of Brighton & Hove Hospitals

Working with the NHS across Brighton & Hove by raising money for equipment and services to support patient well-being.