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Dr Sean Brink

Private GP


General Medical Council Number: 4724223

Dr Sean Brink graduated from King’s College London in 2000 and developed his background experience in Orthopaedic surgery and Musculoskeletal medicine with Membership of the Royal College of Surgeons England in 2007.

He provided clinical provision to sporting competitions and public events supported by St John’s Ambulance and First Aid Cover Limited in London over many years.

Dr Brink became a General Practitioner with Membership of the Royal College of General Practitioners in 2016. He has 7 years experience as a Partner, in Bexhill-On-Sea until December 2023. Since January 2024, Dr Brink has been based at Victoria Medical Centre in Eastbourne.

He has been Director for Integrated Community Care providing NHS services across East Sussex for 7 years.


Clinic Times

Friday 9:15am – 12pm

Treatment information

Some of the principal treatments carried out by Dr Sean Brink include:

Private GPs

Additional information

MB.BS. King’s College London , University of London, 2000

MRCS  [Eng 2007]

MRCGP [2016]


General Practitioner at Victoria Medical Centre, Eastbourne

To arrange a private GP appointment with Dr Sean Brink, please telephone 01424 757 455

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