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Some of the principal treatments carried out by Dr Patrick Goggin at Spire include:
I have gained a great deal of experience in all aspects of gastroenterology, particularly disorders of the oesophagus, stomach and bowel, and diagnostic and therapeutic endoscopy. It is the nature of modern Gastroenterology that there needs to be co-operation with upper and lower gastrointestinal surgeons and I work closely with surgical colleagues. I am a Consultant Gastroenterologist with an NHS appointment at Queen Alexandra Hospital Portsmouth for the last 8 years. I went to Oxford University Medical School and subsequently worked and trained at the John Radcliffe Hospital in Oxford, Wexham Park, Barts, St Georges, St Helliers, Royal Hampshire County, and Southampton General Hospital.
Inflammatory bowel disease
Bowel disease. ERCP. Gastrointestinal cancer. Gastro-oesophageal reflux. Peptic ulcer. Irritable bowel.
Central South Coast Cancer Network Colorectal Site Specific Group
Member of Specialist Training Committee for Medicine in the Wessex Region
Chairman of Specialist Training Committee for Gastroenterology in the Wessex Region
Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians
Member of the British Society of Gastroenterology
Consultant Gastroenterologist, Queen Alexandra Hospital, PortsmouthBack to top
I have a broad range of interests outside Gastroenterology. I am a keen skier, play Hampshire League Squash, golf (handicap 5) and social tennis.Back to top
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