Mr Jayanthi is a Consultant Surgeon offering Laparoscopic General, Upper GI & Weight Loss Surgery.
Mr Jayanthi was admitted to one of the top medical schools of India, Bangalore Medical College and Research Institute with high merit (achieving a score of 98.6% in A Levels). Following his graduation, he moved to the United Kingdom for surgical training. He then obtained Membership & Fellowship of The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh. He obtained a post-doctoral qualification from research performed at University of Oxford.
Following his doctoral research at Oxford University, Mr Jayanthi completed All Wales Higher Surgical Training Programme. He gained advanced experience doing focused fellowships at world-renowned centres of excellence. Mr Jayanthi was a Senior Laparoscopic Fellow at ICENI Centre, Colchester (for keyhole surgery). Following this he spent a year at the St James University Hospital, Leeds (for cancer surgery). He then completed coveted and much sought after Ethicon Bariatric Fellowship at Musgrove Park Hospital, Taunton (for weight loss surgery).
Mr Jayanthi has been awarded a number of awards. In particular, he was awarded the prestigious David Dunn Travelling Scholarship for 2013 by ALSGBI. He travelled to Japan and India to visit some of the leading surgeons in the world and learnt a number of innovative techniques, which he practices while treating patients in the UK.
Mr Jayanthi specialises in keyhole surgery for hernias, gallstones, heartburn, cancer of oesophagus (gullet) and stomach and weight loss surgery. He also specialises in a number of novel endoscopic techniques to treat early cancer and pre-cancerous conditions. Mr Jayanthi is one of the leading Robotic Surgeons in the UK.
Mr Jayanthi loves long distance running and has completed two 10K races, both completed under an hour and simultaneously raising money for Macmillan. He plays Badminton and Squash regularly.
Mr Jayanthi is one of the lead surgeons in a charity ‘Out to Africa’. He travels Zambia to teach / spread his passion of keyhole surgery to young and budding surgeons in Zambia.
Above all, Mr Jayanthi loves spending time with his family, especially his 7-year-old son, who loves running and swimming. He has recently completed a 3K run together with his son.