Staff at East Surrey Hospital in Redhill will next month hold an open morning for perioperative practitioners who would like to work in the hospital’s new state-of-the-art theatres.

The open morning on Saturday, July 5, will run from 9am to 2.15pm, offering those interested the chance to visit Surrey and Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust and learn about the on-going developments in perioperative services. The event will include several study sessions and an opportunity to learn about the perioperative vacancies at the Trust.

Interested people wanting an informal discussion or more information should email Sue Carr, Matron for Perioperative Services, at: or Susan Pirie, Practice Educator Theatres, at: To register for the event email:

Surrey and Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust runs East Surrey Hospital in Redhill and provides a range of services at hospitals in Crawley, Horsham, Dorking, Caterham and the Oxted Health Centre. It has a growing catchment population of 535,000 residents in East Surrey and North-east West Sussex, and is the designated hospital for Gatwick Airport and the M25.

The Trust employs about 3,500 staff and has an annual budget of around £220 million.