Consultant Specialist Bariatric Surgeon
Doctor of Medicine (MD)
MB ChB (Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery)
MMedSci (Masters of Medical Science)
Certificate of Completion of Training (CCT)
FRCS (Fellow of The Royal College of Surgeons of England)
Joint Advisory Group (JAG) Endoscopy Trainer
Registered: General Medical Council (GMC) No. 4216003
British Obesity & Metabolic Surgery Society
Association of Surgeons of Great Britain and Ireland
Association of Upper Gastrointestinal Surgery of Great Britain and Ireland
British Medical Association
Association of Military and Trauma Surgeons
About Steven John Robinson
John Robinson is a highly experienced consultant general surgeon with a specialist interest in upper gastrointestinal and bariatric (weight loss) surgery.
He has gained extensive expertise throughout his career. During his medical training, and following his Certificate of Completion in General Surgery, he practised in the NHS, the military and in New Zealand, in roles which enabled him to acquire the skills that he continues to use to benefit his patients.
A Substantive Upper GI and General Surgery Consultant at Worcestershire Acute Hospitals NHS Trust since 2014, John is committed to continued professional development. In order to ensure that his skillset and knowledge continue to be current, he attends educational courses and has taken part in various conferences and meetings which have helped to further increase his specialist competence. He has also written and contributed to publications relating to his area of expertise and has presented to his peers at conferences in the UK and abroad.
He is currently a member of the faculty of surgical trainers with The Royal College of Surgeons of England as well as a trainer with Advanced Trauma Life Support® – care of critically ill patients – and an endoscopy trainer. Undergraduate teaching commitments include Senior Academy Tutor and a validated examiner for the University of Birmingham Medical School, where he teaches and lectures medical students. In addition, he is a reviewer for the British Medical Journal.