Mr Adam Brooks is a Consultant General Surgeon at Queen’s Medical Centre specialising in hepatobiliary surgery, covering surgical management of gallbladder, liver and pancreas disease and advanced laparoscopic surgery, including laparoscopic hernia repair. He is also the clinical for the major trauma centre at Nottingham University Hospital.
He graduated from University of Sheffield in 1992 and then undertook fellowships in South Africa, Australia and America. These opportunities gave him significant international healthcare knowledge and a depth of surgical experience in his chosen surgical fields of liver surgery and torso trauma. During his career, he has held a number of academic postions at institutions including the University of Nottingham, University of Pennsylvania, University of Witwatersrand and the Royal Centre for Defence Medicine where he was Honorary Senior Lecturer in Military Surgery and Trauma. Adam has served in the UK reserve forces since 1998 and was deployed widely as a Consultant Trauma Surgeon with the UK military in active combat zones.
As Pathway Lead for Major Trauma at Nottingham University Hospitals and Clinical Lead for Emergency Surgery, Adam is responsible for the regionalisation of Major Trauma Services across the East Midlands, the development of Queen’s Medical Centre into the East Midlands regional Major Trauma Centre and for the modernisation of treatment pathways for patients with emergency surgical conditions across Nottingham.