Clarke, Dr Emily
Nutrition and intestinal failure
Training and education
- MBBS (medical degree) - Guy’s, King’s and St Thomas’ School of Medicine, 2007
- MRCP (membership of the Royal College of Physicians) (UK) - 2010
- Postgraduate and gastroenterology training - Kent, Surrey and Sussex Deanery and South West Peninsula Deanery, 2007 to 18
- Nutrition and intestinal transplant fellow - Addenbrooke’s Hospital, Cambridge, and St Mark’s Hospital, London, 2016 to 17
- MRCP (Gastroenterology) - 2015
- Certificate of completion of training in gastroenterology and general medicine - 2018
Dr Clarke is a consultant gastroenterologist who specialises in nutrition and intestinal failure. She joined the Trust in May 2018.
Dr Clarke is one of four physicians who run the Southampton nutrition support and intestinal failure service. Southampton is a regional referral centre for patients with complex intestinal disease who require artificial nutrition and hydration support in the form of tube or intravenous feeding (administered into a vein).
Dr Clarke looks after patients with a range of gastroenterological disorders in the inpatient and outpatient settings. She performs upper and lower gastrointestinal endoscopies (tests to examine the inside of the body using a thin tube with a camera). This includes the insertion of feeding tubes.
Dr Clarke is the departmental junior doctor lead and is involved in local and national teaching at undergraduate and postgraduate levels.
You can contact Dr Clarke via her secretary, Anita Schutterlin - call 023 8120 4153 or send an email.