Important Information


Reception is closed until Monday 9 August.

Reception will be open from 9am-3pm every day from Monday 9 August until 8am on Tuesday 31 August inclusive (except for Results Days – 10 & 12 August – when Reception will be open from 8am-3.30pm).

Please do continue to use email as your first form of communication and bear in mind that many of our staff will be on annual leave during this period.

Please continue to check our website for any updates. FAQs with our latest information about Coronavirus (COVID-19) can be found HERE

Dr Dom Craver


I grew up in Lewes where I attended Priory School, and between 2000-2002 I took the plunge and headed to Brighton where I enrolled at BHASVIC to study biology, chemistry, maths and photography. Unfortunately I couldn't take the latter subject to a full A-level, so I picked up sociology in my second year. They were real formative years, where I met friends for life and teachers that I will never forget. They weren't just great teachers, but they really believed in their students and without them I don't think I would have had the confidence to apply to medicine. Following a deferred entry, I spent 6 years in London at Guy's, Kings & St Thomas's School of Medicine, graduating in 2009. Since completing medical training I have had a varied career taking me from the tropical climbs of south London to the slightly warmer shores of South Africa and Madagascar. I now work as an emergency medicine registrar, still in training all this time later, but the end is in sight and I hope to return to the shores of Brighton where it all began.