Mr Jonathan Robinson

Mr Jonathan Robinson

Mr Jonathan Robinson is a Consultant general surgeon with a subspecialist interest in coloproctology.

Based At
NHS base
Bradford Royal Infimrary
GMC Number
4217176
Clinic Timetable
Clinical interests
Consultant general surgeon with a subspecialist interest in coloproctology. Mr Robinson performs Gall Bladder surgery and Hernia Surgery at The Yorkshire Clinic. He is one of four specialised laparoscopic colorectal surgeons at Bradford Royal Infirmary involved in the training of laparoscopic colorectal resections for inflammatory bowel disease and colorectal cancer. He is also part of a dedicated team performing transanal endoscopic microsurgery (TEMS) for benign and early rectal cancers.
Professional Memberships
Academic Background
Graduated from the University of Leeds Medical School in 1995. He undertook 2 years of research for a Doctorate of Medicine Thesis into colorectal cancer at the Institute of Molecular Medicine and Cancer Research UK at St James's Hospital in Leeds. He underwent higher surgical training in the Yorkshire region with extensive specialisation in laparoscopic and colorectal surgery. Prior to commencing as a consultant surgeon at Bradford Royal Infirmary, he undertook a year fellowship to the Royal Adelaide Hospital, South Australia, gaining vast experience in the treatment of cancer of the colon and rectum

NHS base

Bradford Royal Infimrary

GMC Number

4217176

Clinic Timetable

Clinical interests

Consultant general surgeon with a subspecialist interest in coloproctology. Mr Robinson performs Gall Bladder surgery and Hernia Surgery at The Yorkshire Clinic. He is one of four specialised laparoscopic colorectal surgeons at Bradford Royal Infirmary involved in the training of laparoscopic colorectal resections for inflammatory bowel disease and colorectal cancer. He is also part of a dedicated team performing transanal endoscopic microsurgery (TEMS) for benign and early rectal cancers.

Professional Memberships

Academic Background

Graduated from the University of Leeds Medical School in 1995. He undertook 2 years of research for a Doctorate of Medicine Thesis into colorectal cancer at the Institute of Molecular Medicine and Cancer Research UK at St James's Hospital in Leeds. He underwent higher surgical training in the Yorkshire region with extensive specialisation in laparoscopic and colorectal surgery. Prior to commencing as a consultant surgeon at Bradford Royal Infirmary, he undertook a year fellowship to the Royal Adelaide Hospital, South Australia, gaining vast experience in the treatment of cancer of the colon and rectum
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