Dr Susi Green
MB BS, BSc (Hons), PhD, MRCP (UK)
I am a luminal gastroenterologist with nearly 20 years' experience in treating people with problems relating to the oesophagus, stomach and bowel. I aim to empower patients with the knowledge and guidance they need to make their own treatment decisions and strives to ensure the whole experience is respectful, comfortable and dignified.
I qualified from Guy’s and St Thomas’ University Hospital Medical School in 1998. After general medical training I was appointed as a Gastroenterology Specialist Registrar in the Wessex region in 2003, and was awarded a PhD from Portsmouth University for the clinical research she undertook during her training. I have gained substantial sub-specialist experience in Inflammatory Bowel Disease and completed an Advanced Endoscopy Fellowship at St Mark’s Hospital before being appointed as a Consultant at Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals in 2012.
At Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals Trust I have a weekly Complex Inflammatory Bowel Disease clinic, leads the Significant Polyp and Early Cancer (SPEC) service and chairs the weekly SPEC multi-disciplinary meeting. I also lead the capsule endoscopy, colorectal cancer family history and the post-cancer treatment services.
As Endoscopy Training Lead for Kent Surrey and Sussex Deanery I oversee Registrar Training in the region. I am also Director for the regional JAG (Joint Advisory Group) endoscopy training centre, running courses for endoscopists at a National Level approximately once per month.
The British Society of Gastroenterology
The Royal College of Physicians
Medical Protection Society
British Medical Association
General Medical Council
Consultant Gastroenterologist, Brighton and Sussex University Hospital Trust
On a personal level, I am a mum of two who enjoys music, reading, yoga and most outdoor activities including running, kitesurfing and tennis.