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Last updated: 18 Jun 2020
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Andrew Miles has been a fellow of the Royal college of Surgeons since 1988 and a consultant surgeon in Winchester since 1999.
Andrew did his undergraduate training at St Thomas's Hospital and his post graduate surgical training at The Westminster Hospital in London. Subsequently he was awarded a travelling fellowship to train in laparoscopic surgery in Adelaide, Australia in 1993 and since his return in 1994 has worked in Hampshire.
He is been an active trainer of other surgeons, both trainees and consultants. Previously he has been the programme director for general surgical training in Wessex, a member of the specialist advisory committee for surgical training at The Royal College of Surgeons in London and a member their governing council. He continues to work full time for the NHS providing both emergency general surgery and specialist colorectal services.
In addition to his consultant appointments in Hampshire he is also a senior lecturer in coloproctology of the University of East Anglia and an associate professor of surgery of St George's University, Grenada.
Areas of interest
General surgery; laparoscopic surgery (keyhole surgery; cholecystectomy (gall bladder removal); hernia repair; laparoscopic hernia repair; including local anaesthetic hernia repair; inguinal hernia; umbilical hernia; incisional hernia;
Specialist colorectal surgery; anterior resection of rectum; laparoscopic anterior resection; sigmoid colectomy; laparoscopic colectomy; abdomino-perineal resection of rectum; out-patient treatment of haemorrhoids; banding of haemorrhoids; THD; HALO; treatment of fissure-in-ano; sphincterotomy; botox injection; treatment of pilonidal sinus; Bascom's operation; Karydakis operation; pruritis ani; rectal prolapse; Delorme's operation; ventral mesh rectopexy; laparoscopic rectopexy; inflammatory bowel disease; Crohn's disease; ulcerative colitis; total colectomy; laparoscopic total colectomy; pouch formation; ileal pouch operations;
Endoscopy; gastroscopy; colonoscopy; sigmoidoscopy; proctoscopy;
Irritable bowel syndrome; change in bowel habit; bloating;
- Karen Rogers
- Sarum Road Hospital Sarum Road Winchester SO22 5HA
- 01962 826143
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Anaesthetists worked with
- Dr Thomas E Peck Not Fee Assured
Current NHS consultant posts held
Consultant Surgeon Hampshire Hospitals NHS Trust
Clinical outcomes from colorectal surgery
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Hunterian Lectureship and Medal from The Royal College of Surgeons 2018
- MBBS St Thomas’s Hospital Medical School 1984
- FRCS Royal College if Surgeons of England 1988
- Intercollegiate FRCS general surgery Intercollegiate surgical exam board 1996
- EBSQ coloproctology European exam board 1997
Reference number 2869973
Affiliations / memberships
The Royal College of Surgeons
The Association of Coloproctologists of GB & Ireland
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