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Consultant Details

Robb, Mr. William

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Practice: Suite 16, Blackrock Clinic

Secretary: Deborah (Bariatric enquiries. Tel: 085 254 8786); Janice (General enquiries. Tel: 085 255 7132)
Clinic Times: Every alt Wednesday pm
Telephone: 085 254 8786
Fax: N/A
Email: william.robb@imeddoc.net
Website: https://blackrockweightcare.ie/about-blackrock-weightcare/

Special Interests

Minimally Invasive Upper Gastrointestinal Surgery

  • Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy
  • Laparoscopic and Open Repair of Abdominal Wall and Groin Hernias
  • Bariatric Surgery
  • Laparoscopic Adrenal Surgery
  • Endoscopy

Research Interests

Minimally Invasive Approaches to Oesophago-Gastric Resection; Quality of Life After Upper GI Surgery.

Professional Profile

Graduate of Trinity College Dublin.

Mr William Robb completed fellowship training in the Department of Surgery for Digestive Disease Oncology in Lille, France which is Europe’s foremost oesophageal and gastric surgical centre.

Consultant General and Upper GI Surgeon in the Bristol Royal Infirmary prior to returning to Ireland as a Consultant Upper GI and General Surgeon in Beaumont Hospital.

Current Membership

Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland; AUGIS – Association of Upper Gastrointestinal Surgeons; FREGAT – French EsoGastric Tumours Research Group.

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Latest News:

In November 2017, Mr William Robb utilised the hospital’s Da Vinci Xi robotic surgical system to perform the first robotic bariatric surgery in Ireland. The Medical Independent’s 5th April edition covered the story.

Please read the article in full by following the link below:

Ireland’s first robotic gastric bypass performed in Blackrock Clinic

The Farmer’s Journal | Irish Country Living 12th April edition published the following article:

“Couple lose 13 stone together in 8 months….”

Farmers Journal Blackrock Clinic Robotic Gastric Bypass 14Apr2018

The Irish Independent Review – Saturday 28th April 2018: