Mr Imran Alam

Mr Imran Alam

Mr Imran Alam is a General Surgeon at Renacres Hospital in Halsall

NHS base
Wigan & Leigh Foundation Trust
GMC Number
6080498
Clinic Timetable
Wednesday mornings (alternate) and Saturday Mornings (weekly)
Clinical interests
Upper Gastrointestinal Diseases Benign and malignant pancreatobiliary disease (in particular gallstones and pancreatitis Morbid obesity Abdominal wall hernia (including incisional hernia) Diagnostic and therapeutic Upper Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (JAG accredited)
Professional Memberships
Association of upper gastrointestinal surgeons (AUGIS) British Medical Association
Academic Background
Mr Alam graduated from Pakista but was trained mainly in Wales, however spent his early years of surgical training in the Republic of Ireland. He worked in upper gastrointestinal and bariatric surgery and did clinical research on the surgical treatment of morbid obesity, its impact on associated comorbidities successfully defended his thesis for MD. He spent the last years of training in a Pancreatobiliary Unit and gained experience in management of benign and malignant pancreatobiliary diseases in particular gallstones and pancreatitis. He is interested in all aspects of upper gastro-intestinal disease and also laparascopic (key hole) and open management of abdominal wall hernias. Mr Alam enjoys teaching and surgical training and is active in both local and regional education training activities. He has been a faculty member for BCS CCRISP and Upper GI endoscopy courses.

NHS base

Wigan & Leigh Foundation Trust

GMC Number

6080498

Clinic Timetable

Wednesday mornings (alternate) and Saturday Mornings (weekly)

Clinical interests

Upper Gastrointestinal Diseases Benign and malignant pancreatobiliary disease (in particular gallstones and pancreatitis Morbid obesity Abdominal wall hernia (including incisional hernia) Diagnostic and therapeutic Upper Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (JAG accredited)

Professional Memberships

Association of upper gastrointestinal surgeons (AUGIS) British Medical Association

Academic Background

Mr Alam graduated from Pakista but was trained mainly in Wales, however spent his early years of surgical training in the Republic of Ireland. He worked in upper gastrointestinal and bariatric surgery and did clinical research on the surgical treatment of morbid obesity, its impact on associated comorbidities successfully defended his thesis for MD. He spent the last years of training in a Pancreatobiliary Unit and gained experience in management of benign and malignant pancreatobiliary diseases in particular gallstones and pancreatitis. He is interested in all aspects of upper gastro-intestinal disease and also laparascopic (key hole) and open management of abdominal wall hernias. Mr Alam enjoys teaching and surgical training and is active in both local and regional education training activities. He has been a faculty member for BCS CCRISP and Upper GI endoscopy courses.
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