Ioannis Peristerakis

Ioannis Peristerakis Name: Ioannis Peristerakis

Job Title: Consultant Colorectal Surgeon

Department: General Surgery

Telephone Number: 01772 522261

Primary Medical Qualification: MBChB

Other qualifications: FRCS, MSc, PGCMedEd

Year of Registration: 2003

GMC Number: 6074095

Career history: Graduated from University of Manchester Medical school in 2003. Completed the Higher Specialty Training rotation (Northwest) in General and Colorectal surgery in 2014. Worked as a Locum Colorectal Consultant in Manchester Royal Infirmary for 6 months and completed a training fellowship in Advanced Laparoscopic Colorectal surgery and Early Rectal Cancer/TEMS surgery in Bradford Teaching Hospitals.


Specialist in:

  • Early rectal cancer/TEMS - regional tertiary referral service
  • Robotic colorectal surgery (Lead)
  • Laparoscopic colorectal surgery
  • TaTME


Special interests:

  • Rectum/Sphincter preserving minimally invasive surgery
  • Rectal surgery in the morbidly obese
  • Medical education. Examiner for Manchester Medical School and UKFPO and regular faculty for a number of national courses (CCrISP, MRCS, FRCS etc)
  • Organiser for the Preston Robotic Colorectal Course


Research interests:

  • Use of Indocyanine green and incidence of anastomotic complications
  • The combined role of CRP and albumin as independent indicators of anastomotic complications following colorectal resection
  • STAR-TReC international trial on rectal preservation in rectal cancer patients

Clinics: Preston and Chorley

Other languages spoken: Greek

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