Dr Jane Hazelgrove qualified at the Middlesex Hospital Medical School directly entering the Royal Air Force on a Short Service Commission. She then entered the Wessex School of Anaesthetics to complete her postgraduate training in Anaesthetics and Pain Medicine. Dr Hazelgrove completed a Masters Degree at the University of Wales and became an Hon Tutor for the degree programme. She was appointed as a Consultant in Anaesthesia at the University Hospital Southampton (UHS) in 2000, and went onto a joint post with Pain Medicine and Anaesthesia. Dr Hazelgrove no longer practices anaesthesia.
Dr Hazelgrove entered the world of Medical Education and held various roles between 2003 and 2010 at UHS including Director of Medical Education for three years. She worked with her team to develop and establish local community based Chronic Pain Services, which was recognised through various National Awards. She has worked with her colleague Mr Vajramani to establish the first commissioned neuromodulation clinic for pain in Hampshire, based at UHS. She has held Clinical Director Posts both at UHS then in the Community between 2010 and 2013, where upon she was appointed Director of Education in Southern Health. Dr Hazelgrove continues her NHS Pain Medicine practice in the Community Hospitals of SW Hampshire.