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- Upper GI surgery
I had extensive training in the surgery of the Liver and gall bladder/gall stone disease in a specialised tertiary hospital in Liverpool. I then had further training in the upper gastrintestinal surgery in west yorkshire and in the teaching hospital Hull. Prior to moving to the UK he was trained in Sri Lanka.
I was appointed to the post of Consultant Laparoscopic General/Uppergastrointestinal surgeon at the University Hospital of Derby and Burton NHS Foundation Trust (Queens Hospital, Burton-On-Trent) upon completion of training.
I am highly experienced in the treatment of gall stone disease with the most modern techniques with emphasis on rapid access to treatment and recovery. I perform Laparoscopic (Key hole) Cholecystectomy(removal of gall bladder), Laparoscopic (Key hole) Bile duct exploration. I perform Laparoscopic (Key hole) Nissens Fundoplication (Hiatus hernia surgery) and expert in Large number of hernia surgery. I am an expert in the treatment of problems with heart burn, indigestion and upper abdominal pain.
I am a very experienced hernia surgeon performing both keyhole and open surgery. I perform a wide range of hernia surgery and I am highly experienced in repairing complex and recurrent hernias in the groin and incisional hernias.
In addition to this I perform surgery for lumps and bumps and emergency surgery including Laparoscopic Appendectomy for appendicitis.
I also repair large incisional hernias using the modern technique of abdominal wall reconstruction. This technique reduces the recurrent rates of these hernias significantly.
I strive for the highest level of care, providing the very best standard of surgical treatment and patient satisfaction.
I am heavily involved in education and is an Honorary lecture at Leicester University School of Medicine where I organise teaching and training for undergraduate medical students who are aiming to become doctors. I am also the Foundation Programme Director for Junior Doctors ensuring that they have comprehensive training during their early years as a doctor.
Areas of interest
Laparoscopic/ open groin hernia repair
Laparoscopic/open incisional hernia repair and umbilical hernia repair
Laparoscopic bile duct exploration for stones in the CBD
Laparoscopic nissens fundoplication
Laparoscopic heller's cardiomyotomy for achalsia
General surgical procedures such as lumps,cysts,lipoma,scalp lumps
All emergency general surgical operations
Upper gastrointestinal endoscopies(OGD)
Current NHS consultant posts held
Consultant Laparoscopic General and Upper Gastrointestinal Surgeon
Honorary Lecturer Leicester medical school
Foundation Programme Director
University Hospital Derby and Burton NHS foundation Trust
I enjoy spending my free time with my wife, daughter and son. I also enjoy playing squash and swim regularly.
(Additional) Languages spoken
- Sinhala, Sinhalese - Fluent
- Tamil - Basic
Courses offered to GPs
Talks on Gallstone disease
Controversies in hernia surgery
My re-admission rate and post-operative infection rate are within the national accepted range.
Mortality is within the national average.
Patients have expressed complete confidence and satisfaction in my care.
This can be viewed on the following web site
- MBBS Sri Lanka 1996
- Master of Surgery university of Colombo Sri Lanka 2005
- MSc (Research) University of Leeds 2014
- MRCS Royal Coolege of Surgeons England 2007
- FRCS(Eng) Intercoolegiate 2009
- Laparoscopic surgery yorkshire deanery 2014
- Hepatobiliary Surgery Antree University Hospital 2006
Reference number 6141246
Details of entry to specialist register
- CESR, 2014
Affiliations / memberships
Royal College of Surgeon England
College of Surgeons Sri Lanka
Association surgeons Great Britain (ASGBI)
Hernia Society UK
- BMI Priory
- 10:00 - 12:00
- 0845 903 7833
- BMI Sutton Medical Centre
- 10:00 - 12:00
- 0121 446 1638
- Burton Clinic, DE13 0RB
- 09:00 - 13:00
- 01283 566333
- Spire Little Aston
- 12:00 - 13:30
- 0121 353 2444
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