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Mr. Michael Gooseman

Professional Description:

Consultant Thoracic Surgeon, Honorary Senior Clinical Lecturer, Academic lead for MBBS Electives Hull York Medical School



Department of Cardiothoracic Surgery
Castle Hill Hospital
HU16 6JQ
Area of work:



Mr Michael R. Gooseman is a Consultant Thoracic Surgeon, based at Hull University Teaching Hospitals. He was appointed as a substantive consultant surgeon in 2022 following specialist training as a national trainee in cardiothoracic surgery and a short period as a locum consultant from October 21 in the same trust.

Mr Gooseman has a busy and active thoracic surgical practice. He is also a consultant for the trusts Major Trauma team with regular clinical commitment to this service. Injuries to the chest and thoracic trauma surgery are of significant clinical interest and he is an active member of the Chest Wall Injury Society.

As an expert witness, Mr Gooseman accepts cases involving personal injury report writing including aspects of current condition and prognosis often in relation to thoracic / chest trauma. He also accepts cases involving clinical negligence report writing, including aspects of breach of duty and causation. He fully understands his duty as an expert to the Court under Pt35 of the Civil Procedure Rules and has undertaken specific expert witness training through Cardiff University Bond Solon courses in 'excellence in report writing' and 'courtroom skills'.

Other areas of interest include general adult thoracic surgery (excluding transplantation), surgical safety standards and serious incidents. 

Mr Gooseman is happy to accept instructions nationwide. CV available on request.


Certificate Completion of Training and GMC Specialist Registration Cardio-Thoracic Surgery Sept 2021

Expert Training

Bond Solon courses in excellence in report writing and courtroom skills


Member European Board Cardiothoracic Surgery, MEBCTS 2020, Fellow Royal College of Surgeons of England FRCS (C/Th) 2021, European Society of Thoracic Surgeons, European Association of Cardiothoracic Surgeons, Society of Thoracic Surgery, Society for Cardiothoracic Surgery in Great Britain and Ireland, Chest Wall Injury Society, British Medical Association, Royal College of Surgeons of England, Faculty of Surgical Trainers, Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh, Higher Education Academy, Academy of Medical Educators

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