Having obtained his basic medical degrees (MB ChB) with Honours and winning the top prize in surgery from Manchester University in 1992, Mr Huang was on the Senior House Officer rotation at St. Mary’s Hospital, London. He became a Fellow of The Royal College of Surgeons of England and won the prestigious Penrose May Prize from the same institution in 1996. He was a junior registrar both at Stoke Mandeville Hospital and Wycombe General Hospital between 1997 and 1998. After two years at Chelsea & Westminster Hospital (Imperial College, London) where he obtained his Master of Surgery degree from University of London, he became a clinical lecturer/specialist registrar in surgery at Barts & The London Hospitals between 2001 and 2003. He was then a senior specialist registrar in surgery at University College and Middlesex Hospitals, London for a further year.
After completing his specialty training in general and colorectal surgery in 2004, he spent a further six months at St. Marks’ Hospital, The Hospital for Intestinal and Colorectal Disorders, London as a resident surgical officer. Here he gained further experience in treating and operating on complex colorectal conditions. He also undertook an exchange fellowship to Mount Sinai Hospital, Toronto where he acquired advanced skills in performing restorative proctocolectomy for colitis. On his return from Canada, he spent a further year at the Minimal Access Therapy Training Unit, Guildford as a laparoscopic fellow to further refine his laparoscopic colorectal techniques.
Mr Huang has been a consultant surgeon at Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust since 2006 with a particular interest in minimally invasive laparoscopic and colorectal surgery. He has been surgical tutor and lead for clinical governance for surgery in the Trust. He is SDU lead (Clinical Director) for General Surgery and deputy lead for colorectal cancer.
His NHS practice is based at Chalfont and Gerrards Cross Hospital, Wycombe Hospital and Stoke Mandeville Hospital (Secretary Alison Major 01296-315198; fax 01296-315199; [email protected]).
His private practice is based at BMI Chiltern Hospital and BMI Shelburne Hospital (Secretary Lesley Trowell 01494-892313; fax 01494-892318; [email protected])