Mr Arulampalam has visited the Gian Sagar Medical College and Hospital in Patiala, just North of Chandigarh. After a meeting with the Management team Mr. Arulampalam delivered a lecture on collaborative working in healthcare.
The final stage of the STEPS Colorectal foundation course takes place this month. This hugely popular course is run by Mr. Arulampalam and Mr. Nick Reay Jones (Welwyn Garden City) with Miss Sharmila Gupta (Colchester) and Mr. Joe McCloud (Shrewsbury) joining the faculty for this course.
The new directory of services outlines the clinic times and services for Mr. Arulampalam as well as the facilities available to patients. Patients are encouraged to visit the Ramsay Oaks Hospital website and feedback after treatments.
Mr. Arulampalam has started his clinical TEMS programme in August having completed the requisite training. Cases are carried out at Colchester General Hospital with patients staying overnight or on occasions for 48 hours. Results will be continuously audited and the intention is to participate in national trials of the technique.
Mr. Arulampalam was a guest at the Beating Bowel Cancer reception hosted by The Speaker, The Rt Hon John Bercow. Guests included members of the charity, staff and of course several parliamentary voices.
Mr. Kareem Marwan, laparoscopic fellow has joined Mr. Arulampalam from a Melbourne Australia. He is accompanied by his family and congratulations on the birth of his new Colchester-born daughter Farah who arrived 3 days after arriving in England.
Mr. Arulampalam was invited to give five talks to the Congress of the Brazilian Society of Coloproctology at the Beginning of September. This society is the second largest Coloproctology society in the world with over 1500 delegates attending this meeting.