Mr Tushar Agarwal qualified from India’s University of Delhi in 1991. His initial postgraduate training in surgery was from the University of Delhi. After doing a period of senior residency in New Delhi, he completed his Higher Surgical Training from the North West Thames Surgical Rotation.
Mr Agarwal subsequently did a one year fellowship in Colorectal Surgery from University College Hospital and Guy’s & St. Thomas’ Hospital. He has done a period of Observership at the Cleveland Clinic in Ohio.
He was appointed as a Consultant Surgeon in 2011 and is currently working at the London North West NHS Trust as a Colorectal and General Surgeon.
He specialises in Laparoscopic Colorectal Surgery, Colorectal Cancers, Inflammatory Bowel Disease and Proctology (surgery for haemorrhoids, anal fissures and anal fistulae).
Mr Agarwal is committed to undergraduate and postgraduate surgical education and is an Honorary Senior Lecturer at Imperial College, London. He is the Training Programme Director for Foundation Trainees and the Surgical Education lead for undergraduate students. He is a trainer for surgical registrars . He is a PLAB examiner and sits on the Imperial College panel for medical student interviews.
Mr Agarwal is an ECB qualified Cricket Umpire. He is a qualified assessor and tutor for umpires and teaches and runs training courses at Lords Cricket Ground.
MBBS MS MRCS(ED) FRCS
- Association of Coloproctology of Great Britain and Ireland ( ACPGBI)
- Royal Society of Medicine ( RSM)