<p>Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery, or in Latin Medicinae Baccalaureus, Baccalaureus Chirurgiae (abbreviated in various ways, viz. "BMBS", MB BChir, BM BCh, MB BCh, MB ChB, MBBS, BM, BMed, M.B.B.S. etc.), are the two first professional degrees awarded upon graduation from medical school in medicine and surgery by universities in various countries that follow the tradition of the United Kingdom. The naming suggests that they are two separate degrees; however, in practice, they are usually treated as one and awarded together. Usually, students who have graduated with a "Bachelor of Medicine" degree may also practice surgery, because it is equivalent to the "Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery" degree.</p>

Dr Terry Ludgrove

Terry Ludgrove qualified from St Bartholomew's Medical College, London in 1978.

He has been a Consultant Anaesthetist in Tunbridge Wells for many years specialising is Pain Management and Spinal Pain Control

Mr Oliver Chappatte

Oliver Chappatte qualified from St. Thomas’s Hospital in London, in 1979.  He has had a broad training in General, Urological and Cancer Surgery at the Royal Marsden, Poole and Brighton Hospitals, before training in Obstetrics and Gynaecology at the Chelsea Hospital for Women, Queen Charlotte's Hospital and St. Thomas’s Hospital in London.  He trained in endoscopic surgery in 1985 initially in the United Kingdom, then extensively in France, Germany, Austria and the United States.

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