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Mr Stavros Karamanakos

Consultant General and Upper GI Surgeon

CCT (Gen Surg); MD; PhD

Practices at: BMI The Cavell Hospital, BMI The Kings Oak Hospital

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Mr Karamanakos graduated with honours from the Semmelweis University of Medicine in Budapest, Hungary. He undertook his surgical training in the UK and Greece. In 2009 he completed his surgical training and gained his CCT in General Surgery from the University Hospital of Patras, Greece. Following that he was offered a Consultancy position in the department of General Surgery in Patras where he was mostly involved with the management of morbidly obese patients with bariatric surgery.

Mr Karamanakos completed fellowships in gastrointestinal surgery at Whipps Cross Hospital and Kings College Hospital in London. He has attended advanced laparoscopic surgery courses at the world-renowned centre IRCAD/EITS in Strasbourg France.

Mr Karamanakos has been awarded a PhD with honours for his work in bariatric surgery and gastrointestinal hormones. His research has been published extensively in renowned medical journals like 'The Annals of Surgery’ and his work is widely published in peer-reviewed international medical journals.

Mr Karamanakos is an active Editorial Board Member of many surgical journals, and he has been an invited speaker in many international surgical and medical meetings and congresses and has received multiple awards and distinctions for his academic work.

Mr Karamanakos currently works at the Basildon and Thurrock University Hospitals. As the only upper gastrointestinal surgeon on site he deals with the majority of patients referred with gallstone disease, abdominal wall hernias and complex upper gastrointestinal conditions.

Clinical Interests

Bariatric/Metabolic surgery

Upper Gastrointestinal Surgery including:

  • Gastrectomies (removal of stomach)
  • Paraoesophageal hernia repair
  • Anti-Reflux Surgery (treatment of heartburn)
  • Repair of abdominal wall hernias (inguinal, umbilical, incisional)
  • Cholecystectomies (removal of rallbladder)
  • Common bile duct explorations (removal of stones from bile ducts)

Professional Memberships

  • EAES (European Association of Endoscopic Surgery)
  • IFSO (International Federation for the surgery of Obesity & Metabolic disorders)

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