Mr Banerjee qualified in India and has worked in the NHS since 1999. He trained at many premier institutions including King's College Hospital, Royal London Hospital, St Bartholomews Hospital and at Mount Sinai, Toronto.
He now consults at Spire Hartswood Hospital and Barking Havering Redbridge University NHS Trust where he is also Lead for Enhanced Recovery, Lead for Education & Training for General Surgery at Queens Hospital and a trainer for foundation, core, undergraduate and higher surgical students.
Mr Banerjee offers a personal and professional service specialising in gastroscopy & colonoscopy, surgery on the bowel, surgery for hernia, gall bladder surgery, surgery for inflammatory bowel disease, colorectal cancer, emergency abdominal surgery and minimal access or laparoscopic surgery.
Mr Banerjee received his first award in Biochemical Research in 1994 and since then has seen many achievements; Best Poster Prize at the EACP meeting, Geneva (2004), Laparoscopic Bursary (Stryker) 2010, visiting Fellowship to Mount Sinai Hospital in Toronto (2011), Adrian Tanner Prize (2012) and most recently a runner up Hospital Hero (2012) having been nominated by a patient.