Brighton &
Sussex
University
Hospitals NHS
Trust:
3T Programme
East Sussex HOSC
6th
July 2009
Royal Sussex
County
Hospital
Campus
3T Programme: 5 Investment Objectives
1. Replace Barry/Jubilee Buildings
- General / elderly medicine
- Clinical Infection...
Royal Sussex
County Hospital
Campus
Proposed
Redevelopment
Area
Opportunities
- Decongest campus
- Improve connections
- Clear Way-finding
- Access & parking
- Gardens & Views
Short Section
Long Section
View from Above
Construction Staging
Stage 1
Completion July 2014
Construction Staging
Stage 2
Completion December 2017
Construction Staging
Stage 3
Completion July 2019
Aerial
Perspective
View from
Eastern Road
View of Front
Entrance
View from Eastern Road
View of Atrium
Internal View
View from Roof Gardens
View from
Royal Alexandra
Children's Hospital
View from The Brighton Pier
Conclusion (1/2)
Barry & Jubilee Buildings
- Model for stroke care (Acute Brain Injury Centre) developed by Sussex Stroke ...
Conclusion (2/2)
Major Trauma
- Supported by Sussex Trauma Network
- NHS South East Coast policy: Healthier People, Excell...
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  1. 1. Brighton & Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust: 3T Programme East Sussex HOSC 6th July 2009
  2. 2. Royal Sussex County Hospital Campus
  3. 3. 3T Programme: 5 Investment Objectives 1. Replace Barry/Jubilee Buildings - General / elderly medicine - Clinical Infection (HIV, Infectious Diseases) - Acute Brain Injury Centre (Stroke / TIA) - Imaging & Nuclear Medicine 2. Transfer Regional Centre for Neurosciences 3. Expand the Sussex Cancer Centre - Radiotherapy (Linear Accelerators) – Linked Units in East & West Sussex - Chemotherapy (Day Case Unit) - Haemato-Oncology (Inpatient) 4. Develop the Major Trauma Centre for Sussex and Wider Region 5. Realise the Research, Teaching & Training ‘Dividend’
  4. 4. Royal Sussex County Hospital Campus Proposed Redevelopment Area
  5. 5. Opportunities - Decongest campus - Improve connections - Clear Way-finding - Access & parking - Gardens & Views
  6. 6. Short Section
  7. 7. Long Section
  8. 8. View from Above
  9. 9. Construction Staging Stage 1 Completion July 2014
  10. 10. Construction Staging Stage 2 Completion December 2017
  11. 11. Construction Staging Stage 3 Completion July 2019
  12. 12. Aerial Perspective
  13. 13. View from Eastern Road
  14. 14. View of Front Entrance
  15. 15. View from Eastern Road
  16. 16. View of Atrium
  17. 17. Internal View
  18. 18. View from Roof Gardens
  19. 19. View from Royal Alexandra Children's Hospital
  20. 20. View from The Brighton Pier
  21. 21. Conclusion (1/2) Barry & Jubilee Buildings - Model for stroke care (Acute Brain Injury Centre) developed by Sussex Stroke Network, approved by Sussex PCTs - Sussex HIV Clinical Network in development – aspiration to centralise inpatient HIV care but not yet included in modelling Neurosciences - Move agreed through Best Care, Best Place (2004) - Supported by Sussex Neurology Network - Planning in line with Sussex PCTs’ Tertiary Services Commissioning Strategy Cancer - Planning for radiotherapy in line with Sussex Cancer Network Service Delivery Plan and Sussex PCTs’ Tertiary Services Commissioning Strategy - Assumes linked Linac Units in East and West Sussex – better patient access
  22. 22. Conclusion (2/2) Major Trauma - Supported by Sussex Trauma Network - NHS South East Coast policy: Healthier People, Excellent Care (2008) - Care pathways being developed by Network and SECAmb/SECSCG Teaching, Training & Research - Brighton & Sussex Medical School developing Academic Integration Strategy - Teaching, training and meeting facilities included in development - Continuing collaboration with Universities of Brighton and Sussex and the Kent, Surrey & Sussex Deanery - Sharing the ‘Research & Teaching Dividend’ across the Region

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