Patients are being asked to get involved in the redesign of Brighton’s Royal Sussex County Hospital.
The hospital is planning on redeveloping the front half of the hospital, and is about to embark on the design of its 2,800 rooms and layout.
Community groups, patients, visitors and anyone else in an interest in local health services is now being invited to meet the design team.
Programme director Duane Passman said: “This is a chance for people who have used our hospital services themselves, visited friends or relatives, or who have in interest in local health services to contribute to our work on the redesign.”
The drop-in meeting takes place on Wednesday, August 11 from midday to 6.30pm at the boardroom in Sussex House, Abbey Road, Brighton.
For more information, visit www.bsuh.nhs.uk/about-us/hospital-redevelopment.