HPB (Hepatobiliary and Pancreatic)

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Mr Adrian O'Sullivan

Consultant General & Hepatobiliary and Pancreatic Surgeon
Qualifications:

MB, BAO, BCh, BMedSci BSc, MD, FRCSI

Year qualified:

1997

GMC No. or equivalent

6043500

Primary speciality:

HPB (Hepatobiliary and Pancreatic)

Specialist interests:

Surgical diseases of the liver
Biliary tree including the gall bladder and pancreas
Laparoscopic surgery for the gall bladder, liver and pancreas

Professional memberships:

Association of Surgeons of Great Britain & Ireland
Association of Upper GI Surgeons Pancreatic Society
International and European HPB Society
European Society of Organ Transplantation
Royal College of Surgeons of Ireland

PA name:

Andrew Ayers

Telephone:

+44 (0)20 3299 3762

Consulting address:

Guthrie Clinic
King's College Hospital
NHS Foundation Trust
Denmark Hill
London SE5 9RS

Clinic times:

By appointment

Biography

Mr O’Sullivan is a Consultant General, Hepatobiliary and Pancreatic Surgeon. His clinical practice in general surgery specialises in surgery of the liver and pancreas with a particular interest in laparoscopic surgery. He is a specialist in laparoscopic liver and pancreas surgery including laparoscopic gallbladder surgery and laparoscopic surgery for liver cysts. His general surgical interests include laparoscopic ventral hernia repair as well as an interest in the surgical treatment of sport related groin injuries. Mr O’Sullivan qualified in medicine from University College Cork, Ireland in 1997 having also attained a Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Medical Sciences degrees. He completed his basic surgical training in the Mater Hospital in Dublin gaining an associate fellowship of the College of Surgeons in Ireland. He has also completed a Medical Doctorate inat University College Cork. His higher surgical training has all been in London including all major HPB units; Royal London hospital, Royal Free Hospital and also Kings College Hospital, prior to taking up a consultant post.

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