Dr John O’Donohue is a Consultant Physician and Gastroenterologist in London, UK.
Dr O'Donohue qualified from University of Dublin, Trinity College, in 1987. He was then awarded the Blaney Gold medal for First in Medicine, St James' Hospital. In 1990 Dr O’Donohue then moved to London and trained in Gastroenterology and Hepatology at King's College Hospital Liver Unit, St. Bartholomew's/Homerton London, and Western Infirmary, Glasgow.
Dr O’Donohue maintains a comprehensive gastroenterology practice dealing with a comprehensive range of diseases of the upper and lower digestive tract. Performing high-quality and comfortable endoscopy is a particular interest of his. He has also interests in service development in endoscopy, and has helped to set up national accreditation schemes in endoscopy and bowel cancer screening services in the UK and London. Dr O’Donohue's hard work and research has not gone without recognition; he was awarded national-level Clinical Excellence Award by the Department of Health in 2011 which was renewed in 2016.
Primary Medical Qualification
MB BCh 1987 University of Dublin (Trinity College Dublin)
Specialist Register Entry Date
Gastro-enterology From 22 Jan 1998
General (internal) medicine From 22 Jan 1998
FRCP Royal College of Physicians 20001
MD University of Dublin 1998
FRCPI Royal College of Physicians of Ireland 2000
British Society of Gastroenterology
British Association for Study of the Liver