Michael Nutt, from Pontypool, is a consultant upper gastrointestinal surgeon. Appointed
consultant surgeon West Wales Hospital in 2002, he moved to the Royal Gwent in 2005.
Michael has recently taken up a position as a consultant at the new private, specialist
gastroenterology unit, Nucleus Healthcare, based at Celtic Springs, which opened in January.
The unit is headed by leading UK gastroenterologist Dr Manny Srivastava.
1: How did you get into your Dragons lift the European Cup!
current job? 11: What was the last film you saw?
I did my Alevels at Pontypool College Enchanted (I have a six year old
and went to Nottingham University daughter!).
Medical School. I have always worked 12: Favourite food and place to eat
in the medical profession. it?
2: What’s the best bit about it? Good quality local produce from local
Knowing you’ve made a difference to markets prepared and eaten at home.
people’s lives. 13: What car do you drive?
3: What was your first Saturday job? Range Rover.
I never had a Saturday job but used to 14: What is in your car’s CD player
work as a pipe fitters mate at Lucas at the moment?
Girling during the factory “shut-down”. M2 Marcus Miller.
4:Describe your ideal job?
15: Do you ever think your family isAjob which is challenging,
missing out?unpredictable, at times exciting and
No. I strive to keep a balance betweenvaluable.
work and home life.5: What motivates you?
The desire to constantly improve and 16: What is your favourite television
6: What irritates you? Caroline Ahearn’s Royle Family.
Bureaucracy. 17: If you were an animal,what
7: Who do you most admire in would you be and why?
business and why? Abird for the views and the ability to
People who are innovative and have a visit remote and inaccessible locations.
desire to better themselves. 18: Proudest moment?
8: What is the last book you read? The births of my two children.
Dombey and Son by Charles Dickens. 19: And most embarrassing?
9: What do you do to relax? Not for publication.
I play piano and alto saxophone and 20: What advice would you give to
am a dedicated follower of Pontypool
someone wanting to be successfulRFC.
in your line of work?10: What dreams are you still to
Be dedicated and strive to provide thefulfill?
best and most up-to-date serviceThe idea of a first class health service
for all and to see ‘Pontypool’ Gwent possible.
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