Dr Lloyd Bradley trained in general medicine in London before completing a PhD at University College and completing specialist training in rehabilitation medicine in East Anglia.
Lloyd is currently the clinical lead for Donald Wilson House Neurological Rehabilitation Centre and oversee care of inpatients there with the specialist MDT.
He sees a large number of patients with chronic neurological disease from across West Sussex but have a particular interest in progressive multiple sclerosis and the post-acute management of acquired brain injury.
In the past he has been the clinical lead for the Sussex Reablement network and am involved with the oversight of trauma rehabilitation across University Hospital Sussex Foundation Trust.
Outside of my work with the Trust, I am the president of Headway West Sussex, a charity that works with survivors of brain injury.
- Member of Executive Committee of British Society of Rehabilitation Medicine
- Fellow of The Royal College of Physicians
- Member of Society for Research in Rehabilitation