Surrey and Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust is one of the region's busiest providers of healthcare.
We run East Surrey Hospital in Redhill, where we have more than 700 beds and provide acute and complex services. In addition, we provide a range of outpatient, diagnostic and less complex planned services at The Earlswood Centre, Caterham Dene Hospital, Crawley Hospital and Horsham Hospital.
Every year, over 90,000 people attend our emergency department, we deliver nearly 5,000 babies and over 350,000 people have outpatient appointments with us.
We are a major local employer, with a diverse workforce of around 5,000 staff providing healthcare services to a growing population of some 535,000 people.
We're proud of our achievements, having been rated Outstanding by the Care Quality Commission in 2019 and won the prestigious Health Service Journal (HSJ) award for Acute Trust of the Year in 2021.
Our Trust was formed on 1 April 1998 following a merger between East Surrey Healthcare NHS and Crawley Horsham NHS Trusts. We're often referred to as 'SASH'.
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