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Dr Hugh McIntyre

General Physician
MA, MD, MB, BS, FRCP

Practising at

Spire Sussex Hospital

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Treatment information

Some of the principal treatments carried out by Dr Hugh McIntyre at Spire include:

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Professional profile

Dr McIntyre's training was received from King Edward's School, Birmingham. Educational History: In 1978 he received a scholarship to Lincoln College, Oxford. In 1981 he received a Master of Arts (MA) in Physiological Sciences, at Oxford. In 1984 he obtained a Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery (MBBS), Westminster Medical School, in London. He was Senior House Officer, at St George's Hospital in London and a Registrar at St Thomas' Hospital, London. From 1990 -1992 he was a British Heart Foundation Junior Research Fellow, Department of Physiology, St Thomas' Hospital, London. Doctor of Medicine (MD), "The Electromechanical Properties of Hypertrophied Human Myocardium", 1994. Dr McIntyre was appointed Consultant Physician to the Conquest Hospital, Hastings, in 1995. He was also appointed clinical director in medicine from 1997 to date. In 1999 he was an honorary consultant cardiologist to the Brompton Hospital, London and in 2000 was appointed Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians.

Dr McIntyre is an invited speaker and chair at national and international meetings on hypertension and heart failure. His publications include research articles and editorial comments.


Clinical Interests

Hypertension

Heart failure, hypertension and left ventricular hypertrophy, vascular ageing and prevention of vascular disease.

Private contact details

Telephone 01424 755255 x 8182
Website http://www.hughfmcintyre.co.uk
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Qualification and professional memberships

MBBS / University of London / 1994
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Professional memberships

British Medical Association
British Cardiac Society
European Society of Cardiology

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Current NHS posts

Consultant Physician, Conquest Hospital, East Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust

Honorary Consultant Cardiologist, Royal Brompton Hospital, London

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