Thomas Kemp Tower under construction, circa 1968

The Thomas Kemp Tower was designed 1964-1965, with building works starting shortly after. Until the new hospital development, the Thomas Kemp Tower housed the on-site pharmacy (level 3), in-patient MRI (level 4), all units associated with Accident & Emergencies on level 5, Frontier Pathology (level 6), Critical Care (level 7), the Vascular Assessment Unit and Ward (level 8), Endoscopy and Digestive Diseases Outpatients (level 9), the Albion and Lewes Ward (level 10), the Antenatal, Early Pregnancy and Gynaecology Units and Ward (level 11), the Maternity – Postnatal and Antenatal Wards (level 12), the Maternity – Labour Ward (level 13), and the Trevor Mann Baby Unit (level 14).

Image courtesy of Brighton & Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust.