Dr. Mohammad Hossain Howlader has been trained in many branches of surgery since 1994. He started his career in Urology at Queen Elizabeth Hospital (then Greenwich District General Hospital), Woolwich, followed by Orthopaedics and in A&E at Homerton and the Royal London Hospital. He continued in Royal London NHS Trust in a surgical rotation involving vascular, cardiothoracic and general surgery between St. Bartholomew’s Hospital and now Queen’s Hospital at Romford.
Dr. Howlader did a period of research at University College London (UCL), and clinical duty at the then Middlesex hospital (UCLH) and Harley street clinic from 1999. After finishing his research he was awarded MD degree from UCL. Dr. Howlader continued his work as a Registrar in cardiothoracic surgery in London heart hospital, St. Bartholomew’s hospital and St. Georges hospital, as well as the London Chest Hospital.
In 2004, he started general surgery rotation rotating Dartford Darent valley hospital (colorectal and breast), Lewisham hospital (colorectal), Ashford William Harvey hospital (breast), Queen Elizabeth hospital, Woolwich (colorectal and upper GI), Maidstone hospital (oesophago-gastric surgery), Kings college hospital (Liver and HPB), Brighton hospital (oesophago-gastric surgery) and finally in Bariatric surgery at King’s college hospital. He thus acquired extensive experience in all branches of surgery including circumcision and removals of lumps and bumps, hernia repair, gallbladder surgery, endoscopy, weight loss surgery, gastric and oesophageal surgery as well as other abdominal surgery. He is now a consultant surgeon in the NHS with an honorary lecturer-ship appointment at UCL since 2012.
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