Mr Abhiram Sharma

Mr Abhiram Sharma, MD, FRCS, Consultant General and Colorectal Surgeon, UHSM

Abhi Sharma completed his medical training in BJ Medical College and David Sassoon Hospital, Pune, India followed by three year general surgical residency training in SMS College fullsizerenderand Hospital, Jaipur, India.

He moved to Yorkshire in 2001 and underwent basic surgical training (2001-2003) in Hull and East Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust. He then undertook basic sciences and clinical research under Professor John Monson and Professor Lesley Walker culminating in an MD in 2005. He started specialist registrar training in the Yorkshire Deanery in 2005.

He trained in Leeds, Hull and Sheffield among other hospitals in Yorkshire. He also went for a three month pelvic floor and proctology fellowship to Mannheim, Germany and worked with Professor Alex Herold.

After obtaining CCT and completing specialist registrar training in June 2011, he went to Rochester, NY, USA for a colorectal fellowship to further his experience in colorectal surgery.

He started working in UHSM in July 2012.

His interests include pelvic floor surgery (including management of faecal incontinence and constipation), laparoscopic and minimally invasive colorectal surgery including surgery for cancer and inflammatory bowel disease, advanced endoscopy and transanal microsurgical techniques. He has also been extensively involved in research during his career and has over 35 peer reviewed journal publications.

 

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Over the past 15 months I have had two operations performed by Dr.Sharma’s team. Today I went to be ‘signed off’. Each time I have met Mr.Sharma he has been friendly, kind, & informative, answering all my questions carefully but simply. He visited me several times in hospital and was concerned for my recovery, always keeping relatives up to date. Although both operations were potentially serious I was never afraid – my trust in Mr.Sharma was absolute. Thanks are not enough.

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