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The Whiteley Clinic opens in East Grinstead

by – September 25, 2014

Today The Whiteley Clinic opens in East Grinstead, Sussex. Based in the world famous McIndoe Hospital, this is the fourth The Whiteley Clinic now open.

The Whiteley Clinic will bring it’s internationally renowned research into venous disease to Sussex. With a whole team of specialists, including high resolution Duplex ultrasound, and all of the modern treatments for local anaesthetic vein treatments, the The Whiteley Clinic fulfills all of the criteria  required by NICE (National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence).

Consulting room at The Whiteley Clinic in East Grinstead at McIndoe Hospital - First clinic 25th September 2014

Consulting room at The Whiteley Clinic in East Grinstead at McIndoe Hospital – First clinic 25th September 2014

Bringing The Whiteley Protocol® to Sussex

The Whiteley Clinic is internationally known for excellence in research and patient outcomes. All of the research and developments into varicose veins and venous conditions are woven into The Whiteley Protocol®,  ensuring that all patients treated at The Whiteley Clinic get the same excellence of care, regardless of which The Whiteley Clinic and which doctor they are seen and treated by.

Operating theatre at The Whiteley Clinic in East Grinstead at McIndoe Hospital - First clinic 25th September 2014

Operating theatre at The Whiteley Clinic in East Grinstead at McIndoe Hospital – First clinic 25th September 2014

Meet the team on 25th September 2014

On the first day of The Whiteley Clinic in East Grinstead, the clinic will see patients during working hours. At 5 – 7 pm,  there will be an open evening for the public. Professor Mark Whiteley will give a brief talk about the new techniques of treating veins and venous disease.

Following the talk, people with convcerns will be able to talk to Prof Whiteley and the team, and have a free screening vein scan to see if they have any vein probelms.

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