Nick Carter

Specialises in bariatric surgery
Located in Portsmouth and Harrow

Nick Carter

About Nick Carter

Mr Nick Carter is a Specialist Laparoscopic & Robotic Upper Gastrointestinal Oesophagogastric and Bariatric Surgeon.

He qualified from medical school in London and did his specialist higher surgical training in the South West and Wessex before settling in the South Downs. His practice runs out of Spire Havant in Hampshire and in London the BMI Clementine Churchill and The London Clinic. His NHS practice is at Portsmouth Hospitals University NHS Trust.

In addition to his UK training he spent two and half years in South Africa working in trauma and General Surgery units and completed his Masters in Surgical Science at Imperial College London. Following a Postgraduate Fellowship in Bariatric & Metabolic Surgery at University College Hospital London he was appointed as an NHS consultant at Queen Alexandra Hospital, Portsmouth. Nick set up the Robotic Upper GI Surgery program at QAH in February 2019 on the Da Vinci Robotic system.  He is now training other surgeons and other units in Robotic Surgery. Nick is the Principle Investigator for the By Band Sleeve Trial at Portsmouth and has co-authored the chapter on Extreme Obesity Surgery in the book Obesity, Bariatric & Metabolic Surgery. Nick specialises in diseases of the oesophagus & stomach including weight loss (Bariatric & Metabolic) surgery, antireflux (hiatus hernia) surgery, biliary (gallstone) surgery, and abdominal wall & groin hernia surgery. Nick lives in Hampshire with his wife and 3 children who keep him on his toes.

Nick is often invited to appear, as the expert, on a number of TV shows across the BBC and Channel 4 programmes. He’s most recent appearing being on the Channel 4’s second series of Shut-Ins: Britain’s Fattest People.