Dr Greig spent 13 years training prior to coming to Jersey in 2012, both the UK and New Zealand. He's experienced in
In recent years whilst in Jersey he introduced Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT) and Pulmonary Embolism (PE) treatment for all Islanders. Author of numerous safety guidelines for the Emergency Department and the hospital. Brought Point of Care Ultrasound technology to the hospital whilst bringing about changes in patient management that have saved the Health service hundreds of thousands of pounds yet improved quality of care.
He has lectured in Pharmacology and delivered lectures at International & National Conferences on Ultrasound, DVT and anticoagulants. He's also invited to present at the British Society of Haematology Conference in 2021 on his latest safety guidelines for Emergency doctors and called for more up to date national guidance.
He writes extensively on social media about a variety of Emergency and Critical Care medical topics. He has been published by the Royal College of Emergency Medicine and his latest book contribution was in Advanced Trauma Management.
Dr Greig has two daughters at school in Jersey and they rule the roost.
Our pharmaceutical stock is ordered and audited by pharmacists. Its stored to British Pharmaceutical standards.
All pharmaceuticals are stored at the correct temperature and audited daily. This keeps the product and therefore its efficacy to an optimum. Ever wondered why you current providers treatments seem hit and miss? Its invariably poor stock control.
Dr Greig doesn't take risks. You should not take risks and you want to be safe during medical procedures.
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This website makes limited references to a POM, provided in the context of a balanced and factual overview of all the treatment options which are available. Botox™ is the registered trademark of Botulinum Toxin A manufactured by Allergan™. Dr Greig uses Azzalure™ which is the Botulinum Toxin A manufactured by Galderma™.
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