Dr Imran Ghanghro is a highly esteemed consultant gastroenterologist based in Birmingham who specialises in the diagnosis and management of all general gastroenterological problems, including dyspepsia, acid reflux, Barrett's oesophagus, irritable bowel syndrome, abdominal pain and inflammatory bowel disease. Dr Ghanghro also has particular expertise in endoscopy procedures, such as upper GI endoscopy and bowel cancer screening colonoscopy, which he has been independently performing for over 10 years.
After qualifying from Dow Medical College, Karachi in 1996, Dr Ghanghro moved to the UK, where he completed his post-graduate gastroenterological training. He was then awarded membership to the Royal College of Physicians (RCP) of the United Kingdom in 2004 and later accomplished additional specialist training in gastroenterology, before taking up his NHS specialist doctor in gastroenterology post at Royal Wolverhampton Hospital. Dr Ghanghro became a fellow of the RCP of Glasgow in 2019 and started working as an NHS consultant gastroenterologist at Sandwell and West Birmingham Hospitals that same year. Dr Ghanghro is specialist in bowel cancer screening and performs high level of colonoscopy procedures, including complex polyp work. In addition, he also carries out advanced endoscopic treatment for Barrett's oesophagus. He was appointed endoscopy lead only a year later and currently holds a position of Endoscopy Joint Training Lead.
On top of his clinical work, Dr Ghanghro has an interest in education and teaching. He is an endoscopy trainer, as well as a faculty and lead on several national JAG endoscopy training courses. He is also an examiner for the Royal College of Physicians.
Dr Ghanghro currently sees patients at Spire Little Aston as well as through e-Consultation. Taking an active role in his patients’ journey, his priority is to provide excellent patient care that can then build a close and harmonious relationship with his patients.