Qualifications: MA FRCS (Gen Surg Eng)
Mr Etienne Moore has been a Consultant General Surgeon since 2006 at University Hospitals Sussex NHS Foundation Trust, one of the largest Teaching Hospital Trusts in the UK. He manages both in-patients and out-patients from Brighton and the surrounding Sussex areas.
His particular interests are in keyhole or laparoscopic surgery, robotic surgery and bowel or colorectal surgery.
He was born and bred in England but he owes his French first name to his mother, who is originally from the French-speaking part of Belgium.
Mr Moore undertook his preclinical studies at Cambridge University and he graduated with a double first class BA honours degree in Medical and Natural Sciences. He then moved to Oxford University to study clinical medicine and he graduated with the BM and BChir degrees. He has also been awarded MA degrees from both Oxford and Cambridge Universities. Mr Moore’s surgical training has taken him to a variety of hospitals in the UK including those in Oxford, High Wycombe, Derby, Nottingham, Worthing, Torquay, Swindon, Salisbury, Southampton, Basingstoke, Winchester and Portsmouth. He has also undertaken a 13 month laparoscopic colorectal fellowship in Australia, to gain expertise and independent operating skills in this exciting technique. Mr Moore also gained expertise in Enhanced Recovery Programs. On the completion of his specialist general and colorectal surgery training, he was awarded the FRCS (Gen Surg) of the Royal College of Surgeons of England in 2005.
Mr Moore divides his working time between the Royal Sussex County Hospital, the Princess Royal Hospital, the Nuffield Health Brighton Hospital in Woodingdean, and the Spire Montefiore Hospital in Hove. In addition, he conducts medical student teaching and examining at Brighton and Sussex Medical School.
When he is not working, he enjoys Sussex walks, travel, sport and socialising with his friends and family.