Mr Martin Sinclair is a highly trained and skilled consultant general surgeon with over 18 years' experience practising surgery. Within the field, he subspecialises in upper gastrointestinal surgery and hepatobiliary (liver, bile ducts and gallbladder) surgery.
Over the duration of his career, he has become highly skilled in all aspects of his speciality: this includes hernia surgery; gallstones and gallbladder surgery; anti-reflux surgery; endoscopy; pancreas disease and laparoscopic surgery, along with many others.
His university studies in medicine and surgical training took place in Scotland at the University of Glasgow. After this, he proceeded to relocate to Cambridge in 1997 where he underwent senior surgical training and further specialised in hepatobiliary and upper gastrointestinal surgery. Over the course of his career, he has helped countless patients with their surgeries, both NHS and private, and he also dedicates his career ensuring the quality of healthcare in UK hospitals. This was possible through his position as Surgical Coordinator of the NCEPOD, a healthcare quality improvement organisation. He is Visiting Professor of Intestinal Disease at University of Suffolk.