Mr Himaz Marzook is an esteemed consultant general surgeon who is highly experienced in gallstone disease, gall bladder removal, hiatus hernia surgery, groin and incisional hernias, and the treatment of indigestion, heartburn and upper abdominal pain. Mr Marzook works privately at Spire Little Aston Hospital, Nuffield Derby, BMI The Priory, Queen's Burton Clinic and Sutton Medical Consulting Centre. He has repaired numerous complex and recurrent hernias in the groin, including incisional hernia, and is an expert in hernia surgery, lumps and bumps and has performed a number of emergency surgeries for appendicitis.
Mr Marzook graduated from medical school in Sri Lanka in 1995 before moving to the UK. He gained his extensive experience in the surgery of the liver and gallbladder from his training at a specialised tertiary hospital in Liverpool. He trained in upper gastrointestinal surgery in West Yorkshire and Hull. After his training, he was appointed to the post of consultant laparoscopic general and upper gastrointestinal surgeon at the University Hospital of Derby and Burton NHS Foundation Trust.
At present, along with his private practice and NHS post, he is an honorary senior lecturer at Leicester University School of Medicine where he trains undergraduate medical students and is the foundation programme director for junior doctors.
Mr Marzook strives for the highest level of patient care, providing the very best standard of surgical treatment and patient satisfaction for all his patients. He also provides courses for GPs on gallstone disease and hernia surgery. He's a member of the Royal College of Surgeons of England, Hernia Society UK, the College of Surgeons Sri Lanka and the Association of Upper Gastrointestinal Surgeons.