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Last update: Sunday 17th. May 08.45
Welcome to the website of Dr Peter Venn and his team!
A happy Easter to all visitors to this website!
We no longer offer face to face appointments in the outpatient setting in the traditional way due to risk of cross infrection from Covid-19. However we are very much open for telephone consultations of 40 minutes (or 60 minutes for insomnia) for the standard fee as before.
It is surprising what can be achieved by telephone; a full history can still be taken, with advice given about the best next step. Investigations are still possible in the home environment if required. Whilst the disadvantage is that it is not possible to examine the airway which is best medical practice, this should be possible at a later date if needed when the risk of cross infection has reduced.
Please email or ring us to arrange an appointment by telephone. We are still very much open for consultations and advice can still be given - especially for sufferers from insomnia.
Dr Peter Venn MBBS FRCA is a full time NHS Consultant Sleep Physician based in East Grinstead, West Sussex, UK. He is also on the GMC Specialist Register (No: 2502779) as a fully trained Consultant Anaesthetist and has been in medical practice for just more than 40 years.
He has vast experience of treating patients with a variety of sleep disorders for over 25 years and holds the European Certificate in Sleep Medicine as an "Expert Somnologist".
He has recently retired from the Committee of the British Sleep Society and is a member of the European Sleep Research Society.
He works with a fully trained and qualified Sleep Physiologist, Karen Schofield RPSGT, who is an expert in Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP) and Non Invasive Ventilation (NIV), and two Clinical Psychologists who undertake CBT for insomnia.
Conditions diagnosed and treated include:
Breathing disorders in sleep
Excessive daytime sleepiness due to a sleep disorder
Restless legs and periodic limb movements in sleep
REM and non-REM parasomnias
We can carry out a full range of diagnostic investigations and treatments for sleep disorders in adults and late teenagers.
Please see APPOINTMENTS for further information on available consultations.