Mr Golam Farook

Mr Golam Farook

Consultant Colorectal & General Surgeon
MB BS, FRCS, FICS, MS (General Surgery)

Practising at

Spire Washington Hospital

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Treatment information

Some of the principal treatments carried out by Mr Golam Farook at Spire include:

General surgery

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Professional profile

I trained in colorectal and general surgery and my practice includes: Upper and lower G.I. endoscopies and all aspects of general surgery and endoscopies, Bowel cancer surgery eg laparoscopy, Inflammatory bowel surgery including crohn's, ulcerative colitis and pouch surgery, Faecal Incontinence and functional bowel disorder eg obstructive defecation, rectal prolapse, perianal conditions including piles/fistula in ano/fissure, Laparoscopic surgery including gall bladder, inguinal hernia and incisional hernia

Clinical Interests

Colorectal surgery

Special Clinical Interests: Colorectal cancer surgery / Laparoscopic colorectal surgery| Inflammatory bowel disorders including ileoanal pouch surgery| General surgery| Laparoscopic surgery including hernias and gall bladders| Pelvic floor surgery eg rectal prolapse, obstructive defecation| Perianal conditions eg piles, fistula, fissure| Faecal incontinence| Upper and lower GI endoscopies.

Private contact details

Telephone 0191 418 8636
Private secretary Vicky Surtees
Private secretary telephone 0191 415 1272 Ext 2380
Private secretary fax 0191 417 6573
Private secretary email
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Qualification and professional memberships

MB BS / Calcutta / 1988
Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery

Professional memberships

Association of Surgeons of Great Britain & Ireland
Association of Coloproctology of Great Britain & Ireland
Association of Laparoscopic Surgeons

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Current NHS posts

Consultant Colorectal and General Surgeon, Sunderland Royal Hospital

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Personal Profile

I am involved in charity and community work. Also I am involved in cricket coaching to children. My hobbies include cricket, swimming, badminton, collecting postal stamps and gardening

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