General, Colorectal and Laparoscopic Surgeon
Having qualified in dentistry and worked in maxillofacial surgery, Malcolm then studied Medicine at Bristol, qualifying with Honours and the University Silver Medal.
Basic surgical training in Bristol Hospitals followed, then a stint as Research Fellow at Worthing Hospital, where, with Dr Howard Wakeling, a seminal study in perioperative fluid management was completed.
Registrar surgical training was in hospitals around Surrey and Sussex, followed by a prestigious Ethicon Laparoscopic Fellowship at St Mark's Hospital, London.
Malcolm's main interests are laparoscopic colonic surgery for cancer and inflammatory bowel disease, hernia and gallbladder surgery, surgery for anorectal conditions and diagnostic and therapeutic colonoscopy.
Malcolm is Lead Clinician for colorectal cancer and enhanced recovery after surgery at Worthing Hospital.
Professional memberships: Royal College of Surgeons of England; Association of Coloproctology Great Britain and Ireland; Association of Surgeons Great Britain and Ireland; British Medical Association