Mr James Crosbie

Mr James Crosbie

MB BCh BAO LRCPSI MD FRCS

General Surgery

19 years of experience

Overall Rating

Overall
5
Bedside Manner
5
Explanation
5

Top feedback

“Explains everything very well. “
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Subspecialty

  • Colorectal Surgery
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Languages spoken

  • English
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Registered with

  • General Medical Council: 4787905
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    Consultation fees

    New appointment: £200

    Follow-up appointment: £150

    Practices worked at

    The Princess Grace Hospital

    42-52 Nottingham Place, London, United Kingdom, W1U 5NY
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    About

    James Crosbie entered the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland undergraduate medical school in 1990, having been awarded the Arthur Jacob Open Medical Scholarship. He completed overseas electives in the Johns Hopkins Hospital and Mayo Clinic in the USA before graduating with a second class honours degree in 1996. Mr Crosbie completed his basic surgical training in Dublin and subsequently attained a Masters Degree for research on pelvic floor function. He completed his higher surgical training in London and then a fellowship in Colorectal surgery at St. Thomas’ Hospital and University College Hospital.

     

    Mr Crosbie was appointed Consultant Colorectal Surgeon at University College London Hospital in 2009. During his time as site lead for Undergraduate Surgical Teaching at the Bloomsbury Campus, he was Chair of the Surgical MMG; was instrumental in the introduction of a new undergraduate curriculum at UCL and received top teacher awards. He continues to maintain an active role in teaching, research and clinical trials.

     

    Current research is looking at the role of stem cells in anal sphincter reconstruction and microspheres for treating anal fistula.
    His clinical practice focuses on colorectal and anal cancer; endoscopy (gastroscopy/colonoscopy) and advanced procotology (recurrent anal fistula/fissures/haemorrhoids). In partnership with his colorectal colleagues at UCLH, he has pioneered the introduction of new anorectal techniques/operations: secca for incontinence; artificial bowel sphincter and abdominal wall reconstruction for recurrent incisional hernia. Mr Crosbie is Surgical Lead for Anal Cancer at University College London Hospital and runs a specialist clinic in the management of Anal Intra-epithelial neoplasia. Mr Crosbie works one day per week as a National Adviser in Surgery at the Parliamentary and Health Care Ombudsman and is also a Specialist Advisor in Surgery for the Care Quality Commission.

     

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    Medical procedures

    • colorectal surgery 
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    Special interests

    • Colorectal surgery
    • Colorectal cancer
    • Colorectal screening
    • rectal cancer 
    • colon cancer 
    • colonoscopy 
    • anal cancer 
    • colorectal cancer 
    • abdominal wall hernia 
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    Education

    MB BCh BAO LRCPSI MD FRCS

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    Reviews

    5 Overall Patient Trust rating
    Overall Experience
    Explanation
    Bedside Manner
    Anal Fistula
    1/5
    Appendicectomy
    1/5
    Colonoscopy
    1/5
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    (5/5)
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    (5/5)
    Bedside Manner
    (5/5)
    Patient seen for:
    Anal Fistula
    Explains everything very well.
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    Overall
    (5/5)
    Explanation
    (5/5)
    Bedside Manner
    (5/5)
    Patient seen for:
    Appendicectomy
    Caring and knowledgeable surgeon.
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    Overall
    (5/5)
    Explanation
    (5/5)
    Bedside Manner
    (5/5)
    Patient seen for:
    Colonoscopy
    Mr Crosby was very kind, calm and explained everything really well.
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    Overall
    (5/5)
    Explanation
    (5/5)
    Bedside Manner
    (5/5)
    Mr Crosbie was excellent from the initial consultation through to the procedure. I felt safe and reassured in his care.
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    Overall
    (5/5)
    Explanation
    (5/5)
    Bedside Manner
    (5/5)
    Well looked after.
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