Dr Emma Sloan graduated from Brighton and Sussex Medical School in 2009.
During her GP training she became interested in Urgent Care and when she qualified as a GP in 2017 she took a 2 year Fellowship in Urgent Care. Spending half her week as a GP and the other half in A&E Dr Sloan gained a wealth of experience dealing with both medical emergencies and long-term medical conditions. The Fellowship was underpinned by Masters level study at The University of Canterbury.
During the pandemic Dr Sloan has taken on a new role where she provides care to patients in community wards in the Brighton area. Her remit is to relieve bed pressures in Acute Hospital Trusts by admitting patients to community hospitals and wards and looking after their medical, and social needs until they are safe for discharge.
Dr Sloan is proud to be serving the community of Brighton where she was born, went to school and studied medicine in. She enjoys everything about living in Sussex, the sea, the Down’s, cycling and running, but most of all she loves spending time with her two daughters, who are 7 and 9 and her dog Willow who is 4.