Mr Adam Farquharson

Mr Adam Farquharson is a Consultant Colorectal Surgeon at Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital NHS Trust (SaTH) having graduated from the University of Sheffield and completing higher surgical training in the Yorkshire and the Humber Deanery. He has a specialist interest in laparoscopic colorectal surgery including colorectal cancer, single incision laparoscopic surgery (SILS), pelvic floor dysfunction (including faecal incontinence. obstructive defecation syndrome and rectal prolapse) and complex anal fistulas. He also has a general, emergency and colorectal cancer surgery practice incorporating the management of proctology including haemorrhoids, anal fistula and anal fissure. He undertook a specialist laparoscopic colorectal Fellowship at Concord Repatriation General Hospital in Sydney, Australia (2012-13). Mr Farquharson is the current Royal College of Surgeons of England Surgical Tutor for SaTH, regional educational lead (HEE WM) and a core member of the Pelvic Floor multidisciplinary team.

 

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16th October 2017
Written by a patient at Royal Shrewsbury Hospital

Mr Farquharson listened exactly to my symptoms and made a provisional diagnosis, which after all the tests proved to be correct. He apologised that I would have to wait 16 weeks for my ventral mesh rectopexy and the procedure was carried out exactly when he said. I was more than happy to wait because I had complete faith in Mr Farquharson. He prepared me well for all the likely post op symptoms and so far the outcome has been very good. I now feel I have my life back!

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18th September 2017
Written by a patient at Princess Royal Hospital

Mr Farquaharson is very personable and 'in touch' with his patients. He is reassuring and professional, and leaves you in no doubt that he is in control. I have been kept informed every step of my journey.

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8th September 2017
Written by a patient at Royal Shrewsbury Hospital

After being diagnosed with lower rectral cancer I could not have been treated with better care and understanding , Mr Farqueson is a very friendly and professional man . He gave me very clear options I could take and as I am a person that likes to know the facts as they are I asked direct questions and he gave me direct answers. He visited me on the ward straight after my operation and even called my partner personally to inform her how the operation had gone , in my opinion he is a very caring and compassionate consultant and I sincerely thank him for his time afforded to myself in my time of need

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1st August 2017
Written by a patient at Royal Shrewsbury Hospital

When I first met Mr Farquharson, I was experiencing a very low quality of life due to a rectal prolapse. A comprehensive outline of the procedure was given. I was very nervous but he was very reassuring while also being very realistic about the risks associated with the procedure and thereby setting my expectations accordingly. I am delighted the procedure was a great success and I am now once again able to do everything I was able to before my prolapse occurred.

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30th July 2017
Written by a patient at Princess Royal Hospital

Mr Farquharson and his team on the 21stJuly 2017 were very professional and extremely pleasant.


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