Mark is an Upper Gastrointestinal surgeon who has a particular interest in the management of obesity and cancers of the stomach and oesophagus.
He is a graduate of the Imperial College School of Medicine, London. He successfully completed his General Surgical training in New Zealand becoming a Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons (FRACS) General Surgery in 2013.
Mark subsequently completed subspecialty post-fellowship training. This comprised of an Oesophagogastric Fellowship at the University Hospital Southampton, training in the management both complex benign and malignant conditions affecting the oesophagus and stomach.
Subsequently, he took up posts as a Consultant Oesophagogastric Surgeon at both University Hospital Southampton and The Queen Alexandra Hospital, Portsmouth. Mark returned to New Zealand to in 2017, completing his Bariatric training at Waitemata DHB, performing both primary and revisional bariatric procedures.
Currently Mark is the only Upper Gastrointestinal and Bariatric surgeon appointed at Southern DHB.
Mark is pleased to have started consulting out of Suite 6, at the Marinoto clinic, whilst operating at Mercy Hospital.
Mark has always aimed to provide a high standard of care with an informative patient focus. So his web site has been designed as an educational resource for patients and will regularly updated, so please feel free to direct them to www.southernweightloss.co.nz
Please feel free to contact Suite 6, if you require any further information or would like to arrange an appointment with Mr. Mark Grant.
- Laparoscopic surgical procedures for the treatment of obesity and metabolic conditions related to obesity.
- The management of oesophageal and gastric cancers.
- The investigation and management of benign conditions such as gastro-oesophageal reflux disease.
- Laparoscopic treatment of hernias, and gallstone disease.
QualificationsMB BS 1999 Lond; FRACS (GS) 2013
Vocational ScopeGeneral Surgery
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