19 December 2017
Some of the principal treatments carried out by Mr Dhanwant Gomez at Spire include:
• Bowel surgery
• Neuroendocrine tumours
• Pancreatic and biliary surgery
• Pancreatic disease
I studied at Leeds University School of Medicine and qualified in 2002. After completing house officer training, I continued with my basic surgical training at the Yorkshire School of Surgery under it's training programme. In 2005 I was awarded my membership to the Royal College of Surgeons and went on to spend two years performing basic science research on markers of liver regeneration.
I was awarded a higher degree, MD, as a Doctor of Medicine with a commendation. I then completed specialist higher surgical training in general surgery in the East Midlands Deanery, and went on to sub-specialise in hepatobiliary and pancreatic surgery.
As part of an out of programme year in the Hepato-biliary Unit at Aintree Teaching Hospital, and the Pancreas Unit at Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen University Hospitals, I developed advanced skills in liver, biliary and pancreas surgery.
After passing the formal exit exam for specialist general surgery in 2011, I was appointed substantive consultant HPB and laparoscopic surgeon at Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust.
I'm a Honorary Associate Professor for the University of Nottingham, involved in supervising post-graduate students in human hepatocyte and biological markers of cholangiocarcinoma research.
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MB / University of Leeds / 2002
Bachelor of Medicine
MRCS / UK / 2005
Membership of the Royal Colleges of Surgeons
MD / UK / 2011
Doctor of Medicine
FRCS / UK / 2011
Fellowship of the Royal Colleges of Surgeons
Cancer Lead and Governance Lead for HPB Services
Run out-reach HPB services in Derbyshire and Burton-upon Trent
Surgical trainer and teaching lead for specialist registrars in the East Midlands (North) Deanery
Deputy Lead for the East Midlands HPB Expert Clinical Advisory Group
Regional Representative for East Midlands in British Association of Surgical Oncology (BASO)
Neuroendocrine Tumour Lead
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My main sporting interest is football. When I’m not working I still play football and organise the weekly football for Nottingham University Hospitals.
As well as being a fan of Tottenham Hotspur Football Club, I enjoy travelling and also cooking, especially cuisine from the Far East.Back to top