Dr Griffith pursued his basic medical training at the University of The West Indies Mona Campus from 1995 until 2002. He then went on to internship at the Cornwall Regional Hospital in Jamaica and then did his surgical training in Ear, Nose and Throat Surgery from 2002 to 2004.
Subsequently, he then entered the General Surgical Program in 2004 and was there until 2009. During this time he took an interest in laparoscopic surgery and did an elective as an Honorary Clinical Fellow at the Imperial College in London from 2007 until 2008 during which time he was based at the St Mary’s Hospital Imperial Street and Ealing Hospital in South Hall.

UK, Canadian and European Training

While on fellowship in the United Kingdom, Dr Griffith did a Diploma in Laparoscopic Surgery at The University of Strasbourg in 2008. He also spent a period of his elective training in Spain under the tutelage of renowned laparoscopic surgeons at Hospital de San Pau in Barcelona  and University of Navarra in Pamplona and the Hospital Universitario Ramón y Cajal in Madrid.
Prior to that, in 2005 he became a member of the Royal College of Surgeons in Edinburgh. Upon finishing his general surgical training, he was based at the Cornwall Regional Hospital in 2009 and in 2010 he went on to do a Clinical Fellowship ian Advance Laparoscopic Surgery and Bariatric Surgery at the University of Alberta from 2010 until 2011. His fellowship was accredited by the American Society of Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery in May 2012 following review of the fellowship year.
The cost effectiveness of minimally invasive surgery (MIS) in the medium to long term was not only recognised but it was also the utilization of cutting edge technology and surgical techniques which a plethora of empirical studies indicate leads to greater patient recovery and satisfaction.


Barbados has witnessed increased numbers of persons suffering from lifestyle disease such as diabetes, to the extent that it is known as the amputation capital of the world.  Studies have indicated that Barbados spends approximately 5% of its gross domestic product on the treatment of diabetes and hypertension which are both directly linked to obesity.
Further, the World Health Organisation (WHO) recently confirmed that Dominica and Barbados has the 11th and 12th highest overweight countries in the world in terms of percentage of population.
In light of these facts, Surgical Solutions Inc. recognizes the need for alternative care for the reversal of the negative impact of these diseases in Barbados and the Caribbean on a whole.


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