Andrew C de Beaux


General, Bariatric, Laparoscopic and Upper Gastro-intestinal Surgeon

Brought up, (but not born) in Scotland, I graduated in medicine with Honours from Aberdeen University in 1988. My surgical training was mainly in Scotland with my final year in Adelaide, South Australia. I was appointed Consultant General and Upper GI Surgeon at the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh in 2001. I began my training in Bariatric or weight loss surgery in 2005 and was one of two surgeons (along with my colleague Mr Bruch Tulloh) who established a Bariatric Surgery Service in Edinburgh for both the NHS and private sector . We operated on our first patient in 2007. I have served on a number of government committees advising the national planning forum on weight loss management planning. I also represent the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh on SIGN (Scottish Intercollegiate Guidelines Network) Council. I have been on the Editorial Group for a number of recent guidelines including Guideline 115, The Management of Obesity. I review papers submitted for pulication to the Journal, Obesity Surgery. I am a member of the Editorial Board of the British Journal of Surgery, and also review papers for the World Journal of Surgery and the Journal, Hernia.

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Bruce Tulloh


General, Laparoscopic and Upper Gastro-Intestinal surgeon

Born and bred in Australia, my surgical training was completed in Melbourne in 1990. After ten years working as a general surgeon in a rural community in Australia, my family and I relocated to Scotland where I was appointed as a consultant General and Upper GI surgeon to the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh, St John's hospital, Livingston, and the Spire Murrayfield hospitals. My colleague, Mr Andrew de Beaux, and I have helped develop the bariatric (weight loss) surgery service in Edinburgh as an extension of the gastro-intestinal and complex laparoscopic surgery that we have both been doing for many years.


Peter Lamb


General, Bariatric, Laparoscopic and Upper Gastro-Intestinal surgeon

I have worked as a consultant surgeon at Royal Infirmary, Edinburgh since 2008 specialising in upper gastrointestinal and general surgery. Before my consultant appointment I completed higher surgical training in the North East of England from 2002-2007 and a fellowship in Upper GI Surgery at Royal Adelaide Hospital, Australia 2007-2008. My main clinical interests include oesophageal and gastric cancer, benign laparoscopic upper GI surgery, general surgery, and laparoscopic hernia repair. I also have an interest in weight loss surgery working with the Edinburgh Bariatric Surgery team. I am a consultant on the busy emergency rota at the Royal Infirmary for general and upper GI surgery.