Dr James Andrew Robinson is a top gastroenterologist based in Manchester, who specialises in treating diarrhoea, acid reflux, indigestion, and inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), among others. Well-versed in all aspects of gastroenterology, his expertise has led to his appointment to several prominent positions in his field, including Clinical Director for Gastroenterology, Respiratory Medicine and Palliative Care at Salford Royal Hospital, as well as being named Core Medical Training Director for North West Deanery and Associate Regional Advisor to the Royal College of Physicians.
Dr Robinson graduated from Oxford University and worked there before returning to the North-West, where he underwent further training. He then completed a PhD before gaining the position of Consultant Gastroenterologist at Hope Hospital. In 2001, he was appointed to the same position at Salford Royal and became an honorary clinical lecturer at Manchester University.
Dr Robinson believes in a patient-centric approach, emphasising the importance of making information as accessible as possible to the patient, encouraging them to take part in the decision-making process, and guiding them in self-management of certain gastroenterolological problems.