Royal Sussex County Hospital – A&E RSCH located at Royal Sussex County Hospital, Eastern Rd, Brighton BN2 5BE, UK Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone 01273 696955

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Royal Sussex County Hospital – A&E RSCH brighton
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Royal Sussex County Hospital – A&E RSCH brighton
Royal Sussex County Hospital – A&E RSCH brighton
Royal Sussex County Hospital – A&E RSCH brighton
Royal Sussex County Hospital – A&E RSCH brighton
Royal Sussex County Hospital – A&E RSCH brighton

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Riccardo Ciannella

5 Google Rating

Really nice staff. I met several staff going through a kidney stone emergency at night. I could see

5/ 5

Really nice staff. I met several staff going through a kidney stone emergency at night. I could see they were very busy and overloaded but regardless they all acted efficiently, professionally and with a curtiouse smile. Amazing bunch. Thank you

Louis Smith

5 Google Rating

Honestly the staff are heroes doing the job they do day and night.

5/ 5

Honestly the staff are heroes doing the job they do day and night.

Anne Marie

5 Google Rating

Despite the A&E being under tremendous pressure, trying to deal with incoming patients in ambulances

5/ 5

Despite the A&E being under tremendous pressure, trying to deal with incoming patients in ambulances and those who came to have their 'boo boos' checked, I have been very well looked after. The wait was long, but staff was doing their best.

Muhammad Aamir iqbal

5 Google Rating

Staff here is very helpful i came here with my friend who need to deliver blood here...

5/ 5

Staff here is very helpful i came here with my friend who need to deliver blood here...

Angelo Martinoli

1 Google Rating

It is ridiculous that i was send a text message in order to rate my experience at the A & E departme

1/ 5

It is ridiculous that i was send a text message in order to rate my experience at the A & E department and to see if i would recommend friends and family!!! First of all, people go to the A & E because they have an emergency! 50% of the people there on Tuesday evening should have been screened and told that it was not the correct place for their problem. I spotted 12 policeman/women with 3 man in handcuff that were swearing and made everyone there very uncomfortable. Did they have to be there? Drug addicts, drunks and homeless joined in the fun! I waited from 9.20pm until 5am to be seen by a doctor. I was left in a wheelchair for more than 3 hours The triage nurse, who was very good, could not look at my injury as she had no bed to lay me down! I was then transferred on to a bed and left in front of the resuscitation department where all staff members were running around like headless chickens with so so much to do! While Gary , a drunk, well known to them, was trying to get into a bed occupied by a patient. Violetta the nurse who looked after me, was asked to go for a break, but she could not, she had too much to do. Poor nurses and doctors having to cope with so much that has got nothing to do with A & E. Now how can i rate the service i received? I did wait far too long to be seen by a doctor that is for sure. How can i recommend this service to friends and family? Is there an alternative?

Margaret Reddick

5 Google Rating

Visited Saturday morning after a fall. Staff friendly, calm, welcoming,efficient. Was assessed, had

5/ 5

Visited Saturday morning after a fall. Staff friendly, calm, welcoming,efficient. Was assessed, had x-ray, and had wrist put in plaster. It took 2 hours from entering to leaving. Many thanks

Charlotte W

5 Google Rating

Went with a sprained ankle to make sure nothing more was wrong All of the doctors and nurses were lo

5/ 5

Went with a sprained ankle to make sure nothing more was wrong All of the doctors and nurses were lovely and very friendly Truely wonderful people!

K Sena

2 Google Rating

1-Rude Receptionists. 2- an ENP staff and a nurse were publicly discussing the lack of support fro

2/ 5

1-Rude Receptionists. 2- an ENP staff and a nurse were publicly discussing the lack of support from their colleagues. —-> very unprofessional 3- No protection for the patients privacy. Example: a nurse was asking the patient in a very loud voice about their information ( by the way the patient wasn’t deaf because I saw him answering someone else questions without shouting at them). 4- No protection of patient dignity: I was wondering with my urine test in front of everyone in the waiting room. I had to find a tissue to cover it because it was very embarrassing for me. 5- Finally the doctor was very rude. I felt like I was in front of Grand Inquisitor from Star War. “ Dear Doctor D: a warm smile is the universal language of kindness”

Cuckfield Management

5 Google Rating

I spent 2 days in A & E and the Short Stay Unit with my elderly husband who had had a terminal strok

5/ 5

I spent 2 days in A & E and the Short Stay Unit with my elderly husband who had had a terminal stroke. Everyone was extremely kind, much more so than just doing their jobs. My thanks go to everyone involved.

Ali Chapman

1 Google Rating

This hospital is useless in the casualty dept, how can a nurse diagnose an illness by just looking a

1/ 5

This hospital is useless in the casualty dept, how can a nurse diagnose an illness by just looking at someone when no scans are ordered and just give paracetamol for appendicitis and send person home, when the person has previously been treated for a life threatening illness. Disgusting, she's been unable to hold down food or drink for over a week ..i would recommend travelling further afieldto a decent hospital

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