Bowel cancer, gallbladder cancer, oesophageal, pancreatic cancer and stomach cancer
- Chemotherapy, radiotherapy and biological therapy.
- Gastrointestinal cancers.
Current NHS Post
University Hospital Coventry and Warwickshire.
- Royal College of Radiologists London.
- Royal College of Physicians London.
- British Medical Association.
Professional profile of Dr Correa
After graduating medical school in 1999 Dr Correa undertook training in Oncology at India’s premier cancer centre, Tata Memorial Hospital, Bombay. He acquired regional and national post-graduate qualifications in radiation oncology. He was also awarded the Satya Pal Agarwal Gold Medal for ranking first in India at the national higher specialist examination.Professional profile
Dr Correa migrated to the United Kingdom in 2003 and initially trained in general medicine successfully completing the medical membership examination of the Royal College of Physicians. He subsequently trained in oncology at the Beatson Cancer Centre successfully completing the fellowship examinations of the Royal College of Radiologists.
As a consultant oncologist, he specialises in the non-surgical treatment of gastro-intestinal cancers with chemotherapy, radiotherapy and targeted biological treatment. Dr Correa is lead clinician for the non-surgical treatment of colorectal and anal cancers at the Arden Cancer Centre and has commitments to the NHS at University Hospital Coventry and Warwick Hospital.
Tel: 01926 495321 ext 4060 or 01926 608 067