Engaging with our people

Local people and staff across Sussex and East Surrey are being asked to give their views, experiences and ideas on how health and care can be...

Better care at the end of life

Three in four people say they would prefer to die at home. Yet more than half of all deaths happen in hospital. Most people don’t like talking...

Mental health

Through the STP, we are finding new ways for the NHS, local authorities and voluntary sector to work together together to improve services and...

Commissioning reform

Changing the way we provide health and care services means we also need to change the way we commission them. Commissioners (who plan, buy and...

Digital

To deliver our ambitions for better quality, more joined up care, our healthcare professionals need first class IT and information management...

Clinically Effective Commissioning

The CCGs in Sussex are working together through the STP to standardise the non-emergency treatments and procedures available to patients across...

Workforce

We are working with Health Education England and other partners to ensure that we can recruit, retain and develop the right staff with the right...

Reducing unwarranted clinical variation

The STP clinical board, which brings together the most senior clinicians from the STP partner organisations, has prioritised tackling unwarranted...

Maternity

The STP is overseeing the development of the Local Maternity System (LMS) for Sussex and East Surrey. Local Maternity Systems have been set up...

Engagement and equalities

Partner organisations remain responsible for involving their local communities, people who use our services, the public, staff and clinicians...

Acute services review

The right hospital services for the future An immediate priority for our STP is to implement local ‘place based plans’ so that people can...