My early stage of training was at India followed by Aberdeen, where
I did SHO and research fellow role. My registrar training was in
the Nottingham region, followed by Fellowship in laparoscopic
colorectal surgery at Dundee. I became Consultant Surgeon with
special interest in laparoscopic colorectal and pelvic floor
My contribution to the research has lead to MD degree, and am
currently involved in various multicentre trials. I was the seventh
highest recruiter for the eTHoS trial in the country, among more
than 25 centres. I have been trained in laparoscopic ventral mesh
rectopexy for rectal prolapse.
Trained in Colorectal surgery as sub - specialty of the surgery,
underwent fellowship training for targeted laparoscopic colorectal
work, obtained MD degree from the randomised controlled trial,
familiar with pelvic floor sub specialty.
Can perform laparscopic cholecystectomy; train juniors on
general surgical procedures including pilondial surgery, hernia
repair and perianal benign conditions including haemorrhoids,
'Every aspect of my emergency care was dealt with quickly,
efficiently and professionally with full explanations and
compassion from all staff involved'.
Patient, Emergency Department, Darlington Memorial Hospital