Hollingworth, Dr Thomas
Gastroenterology (disorders of the digestive system)
- Neurogastroenterology (gastroenterological conditions that are affected by the nervous system)
- Intestinal failure
Training and education
- Bachelor of Medicine – University of Southampton 2008
- Postgraduate medical training – Wessex Deanery and Kent, Surrey Sussex Deanery 2008 to 12
- Member of the Royal College of Physicians (UK), 2012
- Higher specialty training in gastroenterology and general internal medicine – Wessex Deanery, 2012 to 17
- Member of the Royal College of Physicians (gastroenterology) – 2017
- Senior clinical fellow in nutrition and intestinal failure - University Hospital Southampton, 2017 to 18
- Certificate of completion of training in gastroenterology and general internal medicine, 2018
- Post-CCT endoscopy fellow, University Hospital Southampton 2018 to 19.
Dr Hollingworth is a consultant gastroenterologist who specialises in neurogastroenterology, nutrition and intestinal failure. He was appointed as a consultant at UHS in 2020.
Dr Hollingworth looks after patients with a range of gastroenterological disorders, particularly focusing on patients with functional and motility disorders of the gastrointestinal tract. In addition to this, Dr Hollingworth is one of the 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).
He performs both upper and lower gastrointestinal endoscopies (tests to examine the inside of the body using a thin tube with a camera). In addition he places feeding tubes, such as PEG and Jejunal tubes, endoscopically.
Dr Hollingworth is the departmental lead for advanced nurse practitioners. He is involved in local and national teaching at undergraduate and postgraduate levels.
You can contact Dr Hollingworth via his secretary, Brenda Edmonds - call 023 8120 6761 or send an email.