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Endoscopy Team

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Dr Mike Devane graduated from University College London Medical School and had a broad based training in general medicine.  He has worked at Lymington Hospital since 1995 being appointed a consultant in 2011.  Dr Devane specialises in acute (internal) General medicine with an interest in Endoscopy performing over 1000 Endoscopies per annum comprising the upper and lower gastrointestinal tract. 

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Dr Chris Roseveare graduated from Southampton University Medical School  and subsequently trained in gastroenterology and general internal medicine in the Wessex region from 1994-1999. In 1999 he was one of the first UK Acute Medicine consultants to be appointed, initially at University Hospitals Southampton Foundation Trust. 

He moved to Lymington hospital in 2015, where he maintains his interest in gastroenterology with two clinical sessions of upper and lower gastrointestinal endoscopy each week. He has been editor of the Acute Medicine Journal since 2001 and his book, “Acute Medicine – Clinical Cases Uncovered” was published in 2009. He was inaugural Treasurer of the Society for Acute Medicine (SAM) from 2000-07 and its President from 2011 to 2013. Currently he is the Royal College of Physicians’ Regional Speciality Advisor for medicine in the Wessex region and President of the Wessex Physicians Club. He is the Endoscopy Lead for the hospital.

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Miss Sophie PilkingtonMD FRCS (Gen Surg) is a consultant colorectal surgeon. After qualifying at Oxford University in 1996, she carried out her postgraduate training in the Wessex region. Her research has focused on pelvic floor problems and she was awarded an MD thesis in 2011. Miss Sophie Pilkington performs lower gastrointestinal endoscopic procedures at Lymington Hospital.    

Dr Spinks

Dr Katherine Spinksis a Respiratory Consultant based at Lymington Hospital. Katherine also works at University Hospital Southampton in the regional Interstitial Lung Disease service and holds respiratory outpatient clinics at Lymington, UHS, Hythe and Romsey hospitals seeing general respiratory patients and specialty patients that would otherwise have to travel to Southampton. She has lots of experience in bronchoscopy and pleural procedures and is keen to help set up new local services for New Forest patients that break down the barriers between primary, secondary and tertiary care and are provided close to home.    

Dr Richard Russell

Dr Richard Russell is Consultant Respiratory Physician at Lymington and Honorary Senior Lecturer at Imperial College. In Hampshire he is the clinical director of the West Hampshire Integrated Respiratory Service (WHIRS) which provides care for patients with asthma and Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) throughout the county. He is keen to increase the awareness of COPD and provide a platform for advances in the understanding of COPD pathology.  Dr Russell performs Bronchoscopy procedures at Lymington Hospital.   

Dr Mark Jackson

Dr Mark Jacksonis a consultant respiratory physician who sees patients with all types of respiratory disease. He has a particular interest in obstructive sleep apnoea and medical education. He joined Lymington New Forest Hospital in April 2017 after working as a consultant for many years in Brighton, and has performed bronchoscopy regularly throughout his career.   

Dr Richard Felwick  is a consultant Gastroenterologist with a specialist interest in Inflammatory Bowel Disease . He was appointed as a consultant at University Hospital Southampton in September 2018. He graduated from Southampton University Medical School and completed his general medical and gastroenterology training in the Wessex region. During his gastroenterology training he spent 4 and half years developing his clinical and research interests in IBD as a fellow in Southampton. During that time he gained valuable experience in commercial and portfolio clinical trials and consistently delivered above target recruitment. He also undertook a broad laboratory training culminating in the award of a PhD for his study of microRNA and intestinal epithelial function in IBD.

     

He undertakes a broad range of inpatient outpatient and endoscopy work. He works as part of the Inflammatory Bowel Disease service in Southampton and delivers a weekly outpatient clinic and endoscopy list in Lymington.

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