Welcome to Sussex Surgery
Sussex Surgery is an on-line medical educational resource originally created in 2006 by Mr Etienne Moore, a specialist consultant general surgeon working in Brighton and Sussex in the South East of England in the United Kingdom (UK). Sussex Surgery is now one of the longest established specialist medical information websites in the world written by experts who still regularly see and treat patients and who also teach and train the next generation of doctors and allied healthcare professionals.
Mr Moore conducts weekly Tuesday afternoon private operating and endoscopy lists and weekly Thursday morning and lunchtime private out-patient clinics alternating between the Spire Montefiore Hove Hospital and the Nuffield Health Brighton Hospital.
Mr Moore is fee assured with most UK private medical insurance companies.
Mr Moore Private Secretary Tel. 0844 858 1177 (please ask for Mr Moore secretary), Fax 0844 858 1122, E-mail: email@example.com
For enquiries regarding an out-patient clinic appointment booking please contact the hospital clinic booking team directly on one of the numbers below:
Spire Montefiore Hove Hospital private out-patient clinic bookings 01273 828 030, Fax 01273 828 130
Nuffield Health Brighton Hospital private out-patient clinic bookings 01273 627 007 or 01273 627 008, Fax 01273 620 101
Mr Moore conducts weekly NHS clinics and operating and endoscopy lists at Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust (NHS out-patient clinics and endoscopy lists at Royal Sussex County Hospital Brighton only. NHS operating lists at both Royal Sussex County Hospital Brighton and Princess Royal Hospital Haywards Heath).
Mr Moore NHS Secretary Tel. 01273 696 955 Ext. 67228 (please ask for Mr Moore secretary), Fax 01273 523 264, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Consultant Surgeon Profile by Mr Etienne Moore
My main professional interests are in keyhole laparoscopic surgery (hernias, gallbladders, bowel resections, adhesions), general surgery, skin surgery, colorectal (bowel and anus) surgery and endoscopy (colonoscopy and gastroscopy). You can click on the words or 'definitions' tab for further explanations.
I commonly investigate and treat people with skin lumps and bumps, rectal bleeding, hernias, gallstones, haemorrhoids, pilonidal disease, anal problems, bowel cancer, bowel polyps, abdominal pain and change in bowel habit.
I consult and operate regularly at Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust (the Royal Sussex County Hospital in Brighton and the Princess Royal Hospital in Haywards Heath), the Nuffield Health Brighton Hospital in Woodingdean, North Brighton, East Sussex and the Spire Montefiore Hospital in Hove, East Sussex.
I also enjoy teaching and training doctors and allied health professionals and I participate in the education of medical students at Brighton and Sussex Medical School.
I am the anal and bowel cancer (also called colorectal cancer) multi-disciplinary team lead for Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals.
I am the anal cancer surgery lead for East and West Sussex.
I also provide a tertiary referral service for the highly specialist and complex keyhole laparoscopic operations of TEMS (transanal endoscopic microsurgery), ELAPE (extralevator abdominoperineal excision) and TATME (transanal total mesorectal excision).
In my day-to-day practice I discuss many different medical conditions with patients, students, doctors, nurses and allied health professionals. I wanted to provide a free and easy way of revisiting this advice so I created www.sussexsurgery.com linked with www.brightonsurgeon.com and www.etiennemoore.com, which anyone can read at their leisure.
I would like to offer this website free to anyone searching for information about general surgery, hernia surgery, gallstone surgery, colorectal surgery, colonoscopy, gastroscopy, haemorrhoid surgery or laparoscopic, keyhole or minimal access surgery. Click on the word that you are interested in or the 'medical information' tab to gain access to the information that I regularly tell patients in my clinic. The medical information section contains advice about how patients can help themselves with anus, bowel and abdominal problems before resorting to a specialist consultation or medical intervention.
I have also created this website to provide free easily accessible information for medical or other students and trainee doctors and surgeons. Students and trainee doctors and surgeons are welcome to browse this website and they should click on the 'trainee info' tab for relevant information. Click here for Mr Moore's firm timetable for medical students or his timetable for RSCH Foundation doctors or his timetable for PRH CT core surgical trainee doctors or his timetable for Specialist Trainees or Trust Registrars. Click here to go straight to some of Mr Moore's medical education articles.
Just click on the topic that interests you or use the search box in the top right-hand corner of the web page. I hope that you find the information useful.