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- Emergency medicine
- Foundation programme
- GP programme
- Obstetrics & gynaecology (O&G)
About Worthing Hospital
Worthing Hospital has approximately 570 beds and provides a full range of general acute services including, maternity, outpatients, A&E and intensive care.
Worthing Hospital is part of Western Sussex Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, which was established on 1 April, 2009 through the merger of the Royal West Sussex and Worthing & Southlands Hospitals NHS Trusts.
On 1 July, 2013, we gained Foundation Trust status, becoming the first acute Trust in Sussex to achieve this milestone.
We were only the second Foundation Trust to be approved under the regulator Monitor’s new powers to promote and protect the interests of patients.
The hospital primarily serves people living in Worthing and Shoreham-by-Sea, as well as towns and villages along the coast and in the inland areas of West Sussex.
However, it also offers more specialist services, such as ophthalmology and breast screening, to more than 600,000 people in a wider catchment area stretching from Chichester in the west to Brighton in the east.