Adrian Fawcett graduated from Charing Cross and Westminster Medical School in 1989. At North West Thames, he completed a junior surgical trainee rotation, where he obtained his Fellowship of the Royal College of Surgeons of England (1993).
At Charing Cross Hospital, Mr Fawcett undertook some research around the influence of microvascular disease on colonic anastomotic healing where he also published papers on microvascular disease and its causes. This work culminated in a dissertation and a Masters degree awarded by the University of London.
On returning to clinical surgery, Mr Fawcett completed his registrar training, at West Middlesex University Hospital, Charing Cross and Chelsea and Westminster. In 2000 he obtained his CCST.
Mr Fawcett went on to work at St Mark’s, one of the UK’s foremost hospitals for colorectal disease, initially as an RSO and then as a locum consultant covering the Central Middlesex Hospital as well, before taking up a Consultant appointment at Kingston Hospital in 2002.
Mr Fawcett is an active Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of England, a Fellow of the RSM and a member of the Association of Coloproctology of Great Britain and Ireland.
His clinical practice covers a wide range of colorectal and general surgical conditions, though his principle interests revolve mainly around colon cancer and benign anorectal disease.
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Kingston Hospital NHS Foundation Trust