Mr Tushar Agarwal is currently working as a Colorectal and General Surgeon at the London North West NHS Trust which includes Ealing, St Marks and Central Middlesex Hospitals. Mr Agarwal qualified from the University of Delhi, India in 1991. His initial postgraduate training in Surgery was from the University of Delhi. He then qualified in 1996 and subsequently did a three year period of senior residency in one of the busiest teaching hospitals in New Delhi. After moving to the United Kingdom, he completed his Higher Surgical Training from the North West Thames Surgical Rotation. He was then awarded an FRCS (Intercollegiate) and his speciality training was in Colorectal Surgery.
Mr Agarwal subsequently did a one year fellowship in Colorectal Surgery from University College Hospital and Guys & St. Thomas’ Hospital. He has done a period of Observership at the Colorectal Unit at Cleveland Clinic in Ohio and at the Trauma unit of Charlotte Maxeke Hospital in Johannesburg, South Africa. He was appointed as a Consultant Surgeon in 2011. He initially joined Chelsea & Westminster Hospital as a Locum Consultant and was subsequently appointed as a substantive consultant at the London North West NHS Trust as a Colorectal and General Surgeon.
Mr Agarwal specialises in Laparoscopic Colorectal Surgery. He carries out laparoscopic and open operations for Colorectal Cancers and Inflammatory Bowel Disease. He routinely performs Proctology procedures (surgery for haemorrhoids, anal fissures and anal fistulae) and pilonidal sinus surgery.
His subspeciality interest is colorectal cancers and proctology. He has been the MDT lead for colorectal cancers and is a member of the St Marks Colorectal Cancer MDT.
He carries out general surgical procedures such as hernia repairs and most emergency general surgical procedures.
Mr Agarwal is a JAG approved endoscopist and carries out diagnostic Upper GI Endoscopies and colonoscopies. He is a recognised endoscopy trainer and routinely trains surgical trainees in endoscopy.
He is committed to undergraduate and postgraduate surgical education and is an Honorary Senior Lecturer at Imperial College, London. He is a Training Programme Director for Foundation Year Trainees based at Ealing Hospital. He is a Consultant Trainer at the London Deanery Skills Lab and recognised Consultant trainer for higher surgical trainees in the London North West Deanery.
He is an examiner for the PLAB exam conducted by the General Medical Council for overseas doctors and is a panel examiner for Imperial College for medical student entrance exams.
- Colorectal Cancer Surgery (Open/ Laparoscopic)
- Inflamatory bowel disease surgery
- Proctology- haemorrhoids, fissure , fistula in ano
- Pilonidal sinus disease
- Diagnostic Colonoscopy & Endoscopy
- Association of Coloproctology of Great Britain and Ireland
- Royal Society of Medicine
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