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Dvorkin Lee

Mr Lee Dvorkin

MD, FRCS (Gen Surg)

Consultant General and Colorectal Surgeon

Specialty
  • General surgery, IBD, Upper GI, GI General Surgery, Gastroscopy OGD, Colonoscopy, Flexible sigmoidoscopy
Sub-Specialties
  • IBD, Upper GI, GI General Surgery, Gastroscopy OGD, Colonoscopy, Flexible sigmoidoscopy
Fixed Price Packages

About

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    Mr Dvorkin graduated from Leeds University and completed his basic surgical training in Wessex. In 2002, he undertook a period of research at The Royal London Hospital, a respected centre for colorectal research. This research focused on pelvic floor disorders and has been presented to many learned societies both nationally and internationally. Mr Dvorkin was awarded an MD by the University of London for this work. He continues with surgical research and continues to publish original works.

    Mr Dvorkin undertook higher surgical training in North East London which he completed in 2010. He then undertook an 18 month specialist fellowship at St Marks Hospital, an internationally renowned centre for bowel diseases. This included a 6 month laparoscopic (keyhole surgery) colorectal fellowship and time at The Mayo Clinic in America.

    Mr Dvorkin is a Consultant General & Colorectal Surgeon at The North Middlesex University Hospital where he is Clinical Lead for the department of Surgery. His clinical practice encompasses all aspects of general & colorectal surgery with a special interest in colorectal cancer, inflammatory bowel disease and proctology. He also has extensive experience in laparoscopic colorectal surgery, gallstones and hernia surgery.

    Mr Dvorkin sits on the faculty of various educational courses and is an examiner for trainee surgeons. He remains passionate about education and surgical training and is currently Undergraduate Lead for Surgery at North Middlesex Hospital, Senior Lecturer in Surgery at UCLH and Associate Professor of Surgery at SGU Medical School.

    Lee is married with two daughters and enjoys outdoor pursuits and cycling.

Practice locations

NHS base

North Middlesex University Hospital NHS Trust

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