Mr Michael Lamparelli
BSc in Psychology, Southampton, 1991
BM, Southampton, 1992
FRCS England, 1996
Intercollegiate FRCS (Gen Surg), 2001
Trained in Dorchester as a Medical Student.
Appointed to South West Thames Surgical rotation included a year in Adelaide, Australia.
Trained at St. Mark’s Hospital London prior to appointment as a consultant.
Laparoscopic Colorectal Surgery (Signed off by National Laparoscopic Colorectal Training Programme)
Pelvic Floor Surgery including management of incontinence and evacuatory disorders
Laparoscopic (keyhole) hernia repair (all types)
Complex abdominal wall reconstruction for extensive incisional hernia
New treatments introduced:
Set up Dorset’s first advanced laparoscopic colorectal service, now shared with two colleagues. Includes enhanced recovery programme. Regularly present on advances in colorectal surgery at national/ international meetings. Teaches as faculty on national laparoscopic training programme.
Laparoscopic Training Suite used to masterclass surgeons attending courses at the trust.
Set up Dorset pelvic floor service, in collaboration with Mr Andrew Clarke, Consultant Surgeon from Poole. Now provide a tertiary level of care/ support for this increasingly recognized set of problems. Have access to nurse specialist in pelvic floor dysfunction with biofeedback clinics. Joint working with consultant Gynaecologists/ Urologists on a regular basis. Complex procedures include laparoscopic ventral mesh rectopexy, the STARR procedure and Sacral Nerve Modulation.
Weymouth Tuesday mornings
Dorchester Wednesday afternoons
Blandford Thursday afternoons
Secretary Louise Trent, 01305 255604, Michael.firstname.lastname@example.org
Key members of team:
Jane Curtis: Clinical Nurse Specialist Pelvic Floor Dysfunction, 01305 254810
Julie Lane/ Angela Cox: Clinical Nurse Specialists in Colorectal Cancer
Mr Anjay Talwar
1995 BSc (Hons) London
1997 MBBS (Hons) London
2009 FRCS General and Colorectal Surgery (Edinburgh)
2010 Master of Surgery (London)
Wessex trainee for basic and higher surgical training
Post CCT fellowship in advanced colorectal and laparoscopic surgery (Basingstoke)
Laparoscopic general and colorectal surgery
Rectal and colon cancer surgery
Laparoscopic and open hernia surgery
Upper and lower GI endoscopy
Weymouth alternate Tuesdays AM
Dorchester Wednesday PM
Weymouth Thursday PM
Secretary Kim Pearce 01305 255934
Mr James Orbell
BM, University of Southampton 1999
FRCS (Gen Surg), Royal College of Surgeons of England 02/2013
MD (Res), University of London, 02/2014
I trained at Southampton Medical School and after house jobs spent a year working in South East Queensland in surgical specialities. Following this I undertook basic surgical training at Dorset County Hospital.
I spent two years in research at St Thomas' Hospital in London and produced a thesis studying the feasibility of quantifying the resolution of deep vein thrombosis with a novel MRI technique.
My higher general surgical training was in the South West Thames region of the London Deanery with a sub-specialty interest in colorectal surgery. I have spent time in specialist laparoscopic, inflammatory bowel disease and pelvic floor units.
Prior to my appointment at Dorset County Hospital, I undertook a Fellowship in colorectal surgery at University College Hospital London with particular training in pelvic floor and anal conditions.
Colorectal cancer, pelvic floor
Alternate Wednesday afternoons at Weymouth Community Hospital and alternate Friday afternoons at Dorset County Hospital.
Mr Paul Ng
BSc 1996, University College London
MBBS 1999, Barts and the London
MSc 2004, University College London
MDChB 2009, University College London
FRCS (Eng), General Surgery and Colorectal, 2012
Trained at Barts and the London Medical School, graduated 1999. Specialist training programme in general and colorectal surgery in North East Thames region in London.
Laparoscopic colorectal surgery
Mr Benjamin Stubbs
MBBS (London) 2000
MSc (London) 2005
FRCS (England and Edinburgh) 2012
Mr Stubbs completed his undergraduate medical training at St Bartholomew's and the Royal London Hospital's medical school before accepting a surgical training rotation and obtained his MRCS and CCBST. He continued his surgical training in London and gained further experience at the Royal Marsden Hospital where he developed an interest in the surgical management of cancer.
After a period of research at University College London, where he studied neo-angiogenesis (new vessel growth in cancer cells), he obtained a Masters in Surgical Sciences, gaining a distinction in his understanding of cancer and the environment. He then completed his higher surgical training rotation in London and was awarded Fellowship of the Royal College of Surgeons.
Mr Stubbs gained further experience and developed his sub-specialist interests in laparoscopic surgery and surgical management of bowel cancer and inflammatory bowel disease during a Fellowship at University College London Hospital, before taking up a substantive position as a Consultant at Dorset County Hospital.
He is currently College Tutor to the Royal College of Surgeons of England and sits on the Wessex deanery specialist advisory committee as the higher surgical training representative to Dorset County Hospital.
Inflammatory Bowel Disease
Benign anorectal conditions (haemorrhoids/fistula/fissure)
Specialist Surgical Outpatient clinic - Dorset County Hospital Main Outpatients - Tuesday afternoons
Rectal Bleeding Clinics - Endoscopy Department (Variable)
01305 253256; 255934; 255604
Key members of the team:
Julie Lane Colorectal Nurse Consultant- 01305 255273
Angela Ingram Colorectal Nurse Specialist – 01305 253144
Lucy Cadwell Colorectal Nurse Specialist– 01305 253144
Natasha Orbell Colorectal Nurse Specialist– 01305 253144