NHS Brighton and Hove is the primary care trust (PCT) for the city of Brighton and Hove.
We are part of NHS Sussex, which has taken on responsibility for delivering our functions during this period of transition.
Through our emerging clinical commissioning group and NHS Sussex, our work continues. Although much of our work still concerns primary care practitioners (GPs, pharmacists, optometrists and dentists) we do a lot of other things too, as we explain below.
Put simply, we aim to help people live healthily and stay well, and make sure that high quality care is provided for them when they become unwell.
Our work is broadly split between:
We also make sure that we are prepared for, and able to manage, major incidents and other emergencies.
You can get more information about what we do by looking at the web pages available in this section (see the left hand navigation boxes for details) or by reading our:
Details of how NHS Brighton and Hove makes decisions about which treatments to fund, and what priority to give them, are in the section on funding drugs and other treatments
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