Royal Sussex County Hospital :: Shared Description

The Royal Sussex County Hospital in Brighton was originally built in 1828 and was designed by Charles Barry (1795-1860), hence the name of the main building being the Barry Building. He later became the architect of the Houses of Parliament.

The Jubilee Building was added in 1887 and the Millennium Wing was added in 2000.

The hospital provides general, specialist and tertiary services, including Cancer Services (Sussex Cancer Centre), Cardiac (heart) Surgery, Maternity Services, Renal (kidney) Services, Intensive Care for Adults and Intensive Care for new born babies.
by Paul Gillett
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TQ3203 : Rosaz House by Paul Gillett
TQ3203 : Royal Sussex County Hospital refurbuishment by Paul Gillett
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TQ3203 : Royal Sussex County Hospital by Paul Gillett
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TQ3203 : Royal Sussex County Hospital A&E Dept. by Paul Gillett
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TQ3203 : Royal Sussex County Hospital, Brighton by Julian P Guffogg
TQ3203 : Macmillan Horizon Centre by Paul Gillett
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TQ3203 : Original out-patients' department, Royal Sussex County Hospital by Christopher Hilton
TQ3203 : Royal Sussex County Hospital by Paul Gillett


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Created: Sat, 5 Feb 2011, Updated: Sat, 5 Feb 2011

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