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Some of the principal treatments carried out by Dr Subramaniam Ramakrishnan at Spire include:
Bowel problems - polypectomy and colorectal screening, gastroenterology - abnormal liver function tests, gastroesophageal, gastrointestinal endoscopy (gastroscopy), gastrointestinal radiology, gastrointestinal tract and upper gastrointestinal endoscopy, general medicine - chronic fatigue and palliative care, scans and investigations - bone density scanning (DEXA), MRI scan, diagnostic endoscopy and CT colonoscopy, colitis, Crohn's disease, IBS, jaundice, iron deficiency anaemia, rectal bleeding, cancer of gullet, stomach, pancreas and liver.
After my basic qualification I have completed more than 15 years of practice in the field of gastroenterology and general medicine covering all aspects of this specialty. I have been practising as a consultant gastroenterologist since 2007 and have a specialist interest in all aspects of endoscopy, gastroenterology, liver and pancreatic disease. I have a keen interest in service development, teaching, training and research. As endoscopy lead I established a brand new three room endoscopy unit at Warrington Hospital and led the team to achieve national accreditation.
I am currently the lead for advancing quality programme (AQuA) for the trust and participate actively in achieving a high quality of care across both medical and surgical divisions of the hospital. As the joint lead for management of alcohol related liver disease for the AQuA programme I have streamlined guidelines for evidence based high quality management of this condition. I am a trustee at St Rocco's hospice and am contributing to the hospices quality and safety agendas. I am keen to promote all of the hospices' activities. I teach all levels of trainees, nurses and colleagues to update them of recent advances and techniques.
I am currently the lead for research in gastroenterology for the trust and we are actively recruiting to several national trials. I pride myself in being very open with patients and am keen to promote a patient centred approach to managing their illness.
I have performed over 8000 diagnostic and therapeutic procedures that includes gastroscopy, flexible sigmoidoscopy, colonoscopy and ERCP with excellent success rates and high patient satisfaction scores. I also introduced the capsule endoscopy service at Spire Cheshire in October 2015.
I am the MAC member for gastroenterology and endoscopy at Spire Cheshire Hospital. I am also a trustee at St Rocco's Hospice. In addition to my clinical commitments I am the advancing quality lead for the trust.
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MRCP / UK / 1996
Membership of the Royal Colleges of Physicians
MD / Bombay / 1994
Doctor of Medicine
MBBS / India / 1989
Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery
CCST in General Medicine and Gastroenterology / UK / 2007
CCST in General Medicine and Gastroenterology
Advancing Quality lead
Consultant physician and gastroenterologist, Warrington and Halton Hospitals NHS Foundation TrustBack to top
I enjoy my spare time with my family and three children taking part in their sporting and musical activities. I am an active member of the Mere cricket club and enjoy playing this wonderful game at every opportunity.Back to top
Holds less than 0.1% of the shares in Spire Healthcare Group plc.Back to top
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