Timothy Rees Worthington is a top general surgeon based in Guildford. He specialises in removing gallstones and hernias and treating the liver and pancreas. He is an expert in laparoscopic surgery, holding the position of Laparoscopic Tutor at the Minimal Access Therapy and Training Unit at the University of Surrey.
After graduating from the University of Birmingham, Mr Worthington was awarded the Royal College of Surgeons Simpson Research Fellowship and studied the biology of pancreatic cancer. He earned his MD in 2001, after which he underwent higher surgical training in London and undertook further specialist training at Flinders University, Adelaide, Australia. He became a consultant surgeon at University College Hospital, London in 2004, before later moving to the Royal Surrey County Hospital.
Mr Worthington leads the Hepatopancreaticobiliary Unit at the Royal Surrey County Hospital and University of Surrey in the development of minimally-invasive surgery for pancreatic and liver disease and is an acknowledged expert in the field.