Andrew Harris ia a Consultant General and Upper GI Surgeon at the Belfast Health and Social Care Trust, based primarily in the Belfast City Hospital. He also performs Emergency General Surgery in the Royal Victoria Hospital and Day Case Surgery in the Mater Infirmo
Mr Harris specialises in surgery for oesophageal and gastric Cancer, reflux, hiatal hernias, gallstones and inguinal hernias.
His advanced specialist Upper GI surgical training started in Northern Ireland, however this took him to world renowned centres for Bariatric (weight loss) and hiatal hernia surgery in Liverpool, UK and Pretoria, South Africa.
Kingsbridge Private Hospital Belfast
Consultant General and Oesophagogastric Surgeon at the Belfast Health and Social Care Trust.
Mr Harris balances work and family life alongside his passion for cycling, skiing and rugby. He is a regular follower of Ulster Rugby.
Institute for Healthcare Improvement (2017)
Countess of Chester Hospital, Chester, UK and Aintree University Hospital, Liverpool, UK 2015-2016
A rare case of retroperitoneal synovial sarcoma. Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine Open; 9(4) 1–4 doi: 10.1177/2054270418760437
Recycling of jejunal effluent to enable enteral nutrition in short bowel syndrome. British Medical Journal Case Reports, 3 May 2014 doi:10.1136/bcr-2014-204394
The influence of key clinical practices on the knowledge of first year doctors about the patients under their care. International Journal of Clinical Practice 2013;67(2): 181-188
The barrier method as a new tool to assist in career selection: covert observational study. BMJ 341: c6968 (PMID 21159762)
Socioeconomic deprivation adversely affects survival of patients with rectal cancer. BJS 96: 763-768 (PMID 19526619)