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NHS Sussex

The Sussex PCT Cluster represents NHS West Sussex, NHS East Sussex Downs and Weald, NHS Hastings and Rother, and NHS Brighton and Hove. Find out more about it and read the latest news.

Your four local NHS primary care trusts (PCTs) have joined forces to become NHS Sussex.

The Sussex PCT Cluster represents NHS West Sussex, NHS East Sussex Downs and Weald, NHS Hastings and Rother, and NHS Brighton and Hove.

NHS Sussex is committed to commissioning high quality healthcare services for the people of Sussex.

We also support our emerging clinical commissioning groups as they prepare to take on commissioning responsibilities in the future, as well as maintaining relationships with partner organisations.

The NHS Sussex Board’s role is to oversee the work of NHS commissioners in Sussex and ensure decisions about changes to local health services are openly debated.

NHS Sussex stakeholder communications

Please click on the titles below to read the communications from the cluster.

September 2011: Amanda outlines the latest from the Clinical Commissioning Groups and their development, updates on changes to the NHS Sussex Executive Team, and talks about a clinically-led review of how services throughout Sussex could develop which is underway in partnership with our provider trusts.

July 2011: Amanda outlines the priorities of NHS Sussex, updates on the roles of the Executive Team as directors take on responsibility for lead areas, and announces the appointment of a Medical Director.

May 2011: Amanda updates on the timetable for cluster accountability, recommends contributing to the listening exercise, and gives further details of the Executive Team roles.

April 2011: Amanda announces her Executive Team and gives an outline of the next steps following her appointment on 1 April 2011 as the Chief Executive of NHS Sussex.