Mr Parv Sains

Surgeon in


MBChB PGDip(MedLaw) MD FRCS(Gen)

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Professional statement

Mr Parv Sains is a leading general surgeon based in Sussex and London. He has a specialist interest in coloproctologylaparoscopic (keyhole) surgery and hernia surgery. He is an expert in treating hernias and haemorrhoids and other perianal conditions such as fissures and fistulas. He also performs bowel surgery and gallbladder surgery for gallstones.

Mr Sains qualified from the University of Birmingham Medical School before undergoing surgical training in London in the South-West Thames training region. He undertook a two-year fellowship at St Mary's Hospital, Imperial College London. During this time, he was also an honorary research fellow and earned a Doctorate in Medicine (MD). During this time, he developed an interest in utilising new surgical technologies and techniques in his practice in order to deliver the best care to his patients.

Now practising privately at BMI Goring Hall Hospital and the Spire Montefiore and Spire St Anthony's Hospitals, Mr Sains is a dedicated surgeon who is known for his expertise and excellence in patient care.

Mr Sains has a keen interest in patient safety, medical law and clinical governance. His current roles apart from being a consultant surgeon at the Royal Sussex County Hospital, Brighton are the governance lead for the department of surgery and is one of the Medical Examiners for the Trust. Also his interest in teaching and training of new surgeons and medical students holds the title of honorary clinical senior lecturer at Brighton and Sussex Medical School. 

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