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23 June 2017
Leaflet
23 June 2017 | Leaflet

Division of Tongue Tie for Feeding Problems

Some babies are born with a tongue tie (which has the medical name ankyloglossia). In this condition the fold of skin under the tongue that connects the tongue to the…

23 June 2017
Leaflet
23 June 2017 | Leaflet

Endometriosis

Endometriosis is a disease affecting millions of women throughout the world. It is not cancerous. It is a condition where tissue similar to the inside lining of the womb is…

23 June 2017
Leaflet
23 June 2017 | Leaflet

Preventing hospital-acquired blood clots

This leaflet explains more about blood clots, which can form after illness and surgery. A hospital-acquired blood clot occurs in patients when they are in hospital and up to ninety…

23 June 2017
Leaflet
23 June 2017 | Leaflet

Laparoscopic Adrenalectomy

The term laparoscopic adrenalectomy means removal of an adrenal gland using the ‘keyhole’ (laparoscopic) surgical method. The laparoscopic method of adrenal gland removal involves using three or four one centimetre…

23 June 2017
Leaflet
23 June 2017
Leaflet

Information for Carers

East Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust is committed to working in partnership with carers to ensure the best outcomes for patients and to provide the information, support and involvement which carers need to carry out their role. We  aim to ensure that we meet the needs of our patients and their carers in the delivery of […]…

NHS 70th – St Helen’s Hospital

St. Helen’s Hospital in Frederick Road, Ore, Hastings was originally the Hastings Union Workhouse which opened to its first inmates in 1837. A newer building was opened on the opposite side of Crackle Street (now Frederick Road). In 1930 the workhouse was renamed Hastings Municipal Hospital and later became St. Helen’s Hospital in 1948 when […]…

NHS 70th – Leaf Hospital

Originally situated in Marine Parade Eastbourne between 1888 to 1933 as Leaf Homeopathic Hospital, the hospital moved to St Anne’s Road Eastbourne in 1930s. It later became known as Leaf Hospital and prior to DGH opening Gynaecology services were based there at until they moved in 1974. The hospital still stands today as part of […]…

10 August 2017
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10 August 2017 | Person

Mr Ashok Subramanian

GMC reference no: 4429391 Clinical Interests Breast care Benign breast problems Breast cancer Special Clinical Interests: Oncoplastic Surgery, Breast Reconstruction, Cosmetic Breast Surgery Qualification MBBS / London / 1997…