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Best General Surgeons in London, UK

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Expert in: General Surgery
17 years of experience

Mr Jonathan McCullough is a Consultant Colorectal and General Surgeon, based at University College London Hospitals NHS Trust. He also sees patients privately, including at The Lister Hospital. He qualified from the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland in 1996 and following an internship, was awarded a post-graduate research scholarship from Trinity College Dublin.

After a year as a junior registrar in Wexford, Ireland, he gained a post on the North East Thames Higher Surgical Training Scheme and on completion, was awarded an Ethicon Laparoscopic and Pelvic Floor Fellowship at University College Hospital London and was later appointed a Consultant Surgeon at this hospital.

Mr McCullough has specialist interests in all aspects of colorectal and anal disease, lower GI sarcoma and in surgery for intestinal failure, abdominal hernias and incisional hernia repair and reconstruction of the abdominal wall.


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Expert in: General Surgery
20 years of experience

Mr Chung is a qualified Consultant General and Colorectal Surgeon who is fully trained in all aspects of General Surgery. His speciality is Colorectal Surgery as well as key-hole surgery for colorectal cancer, inflammatory bowel diseases and complex hernia surgery. 

He is passionate about research and has completed his MD on work focused on the function of the gut. He acts as a principal investigator in his unit for various European scientific surgical trials and is also a convener and tutor of skills courses for the Royal College of Surgeons of England. He is a respected lecturer in surgery and is passionate about providing educational seminars and discussion groups for aspects of surgical care.  


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Expert in: General Surgery
22 years of experience
Laparoscopic (key-hole) Surgery , Hepatobiliary surgery

Mr. Ajit Abraham is a Consultant General, Laparoscopic, Robotic & HPB Surgeon currently working at the private practice The London Clinic. His areas of specialist interest include primary and secondary cancers of the liver, complex gallstone disease, pancreatic cancer, acute and chronic pancreatitis, trauma of the chest abdomen and pelvis, and enhanced recovery after surgery.

Mr. Abraham graduated in 1989 with Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery degrees. He also has a Master of Science degree, a Master of Arts degree in Medical Ethics and Law, and a Fellowship of the Royal College of Surgeons in General Surgery.

In addition, Mr. Abraham is also an Honorary Senior Clinical Lecturer in Surgery at Queen Mary University London. In addition, he is interested in research and has published in many peer-reviewed scientific journals.

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Expert in: General Surgery
36 years of experience
Weight Loss & Bariatric Surgery , Laparoscopic (key-hole) Surgery , Upper GI (Gastrointestinal) Surgery

Mr Kesava Mannur is a consultant  Laparoscopic and Upper GI surgeon specialising in bariatric surgery and advanced laparoscopic surgeries.

Graduated with an MBBS from Sri Venkateswara University India and then trained in General Surgery in Chennai, Cardiff, Lister Hospital in Stevenage, The Middlesex Hospital and The Royal London Hospitals.  Had also training in obesity surgery Europe and the USA.

Was appointed professor of surgery in Deccan Medical College, Hyderabad, India in 1994 and in NEw Vision University school of Medicine, Tbilisi, Georgia in 2019.

Performing laparoscopic surgical work since 1990 and bariatric/weightloss/metabolic surgery since 1998.

Establishing Bariatric unit at Homerton University Hospital, London in 2003; Was director of bariatric surgery till 2017. Working alongside a multidisciplinary team including psychologists, eating disorder specialists, dietitians and Endocrinologists,  Mr Mannur has performed over 5,500 bariatric procedures to date, with minimal morbidity.

Performs Complex procedures including Duodenal Switch and revisional procedures converting gastric band to Sleeve Gastrectomy, gastric bypass or DS;  also from Sleeve to 'banded' gastric bypass or DS; also from gastric bypass to revisional gastric bypass or DS.

Conducted 6 international two day Bariatric symposiums and 7 bariatric surgery training courses in Homerton University hospital, apart from demonstrating various bariatric surgeries in these events.

In addition to his clinical work Mr Mannur is a prominent figure in the research community with numerous notable publications and has taught bariatric surgery both in the UK and abroad. Is invited to both national and international bariatric scientific programmes to give lectures and or demonstrate live surgeries.  He also served in BOMSS council and also as advisor for NICE.

Involved in the development and running of a low-budget hospital and a Free school in Hyderabad, apart from constructing a free school in his own village on his father's name.

Keen practiser of meditation for about 4 1/2 decades.

Professional Memberships:

  • RSM
  • IFSO
  • European Association of Endoscopic Surgeons
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Expert in: General Surgery
27 years of experience
Colorectal Surgery , Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) , Laparoscopic (key-hole) Surgery + 1 more

Mr Pasquale Giordano has been a consultant surgeon at the Royal London Hospital and   Whipps Cross University Hospital (Barts Health NHS Trust) since 2002 , later being appointed clinical lead for the Colorectal Department of the Barts Health Trust in 2012. Mr Giordano is currently the Clinical Lead for the Pelvic Floor and Functional Bowel Disorders of the Royal London Hospital and Clinical Lead for the Abdominal Wall Surgery service. 

After graduating from the University of Naples, Italy in 1990, Mr Giordano has accumulated a wealth of surgical experience. He initially trained in Italy and the UK before specialising in colorectal surgery by pursuing a fellowship at the Department of Colorectal Surgery of the Cleveland Clinic, Florida and a Senior Colorectal Fellowship at the Centre for Academic Surgery at the Royal London Hospital. Furthermore, he has given lectures and live surgical demonstrations all over the world to go with his numerous scientific papers, which have appeared in prominent medical journals.

This expanse of professional experience, which has taken place around the globe, has helped Mr Giordano to build an international reputation for his high standard of care and training, so much so that both senior colorectal trainees from nearby and abroad are attracted to work with him. Moreover, many of the patients that he has treated are referred from all over the UK and even overseas.

In recent years, Mr Giordano has focused on developing new treatment methods for common conditions such as haemorrhoids, anal fissure and faecal incontinence. Subsequently, he was the first UK-based surgeon to use the transanal hemorrhoidal dearterialization (THD) technique and is currently the surgeon with the most experience of this procedure in the UK. He also directs the only THD training course that is both available in the UK accredited by the Royal College of Surgeons.

It is therefore easy to see why Mr Giordano is regarded as one of the UK's leading colorectal surgeons—a consultant who remains reknowned for his dedication to both his work with both patients and research.

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Expert in: General Surgery
22 years of experience
Upper GI (Gastrointestinal) Surgery , Laparoscopic (key-hole) Surgery , Hepatobiliary surgery

Professor Hemant Kocher is a Consultant General, Liver and Pancreas Surgeon at the Barts Cancer Institute at the Queen Mary University in London. He also practices as a Consultant Surgeon at St Bartholomew’s and the Royal London Hospitals. His specialist interests include surgery of the liver, pancreas, gall bladder and bile duct, as well as general and laparoscopic surgery for hernia. 

He considers himself to be a surgeon-scientist and his clinical research interests include liver and pancreatic cancer, the role of stroma in cancer progression, the development of new treatments, tests and surgical techniques. Professor Kocher obtained his medical degree in Mumbai, in India, where he achieved a number of academic prizes and distinctions. 

He underwent his specialist training in liver and pancreas surgery at the Tata Memorial Hospital and the KEM hospital in Mumbai, and at King’s College Hospital in London. He has been given a number of high profile national and international awards for his work, such as the Pancreatic Society Travelling Fellow, the GSK Young Fellow and the Agostino Trappani International Prize. He is currently lead for Pancreatic Cancer at University College London Partners. Away from the clinic, his interests include cricket, athletics, travel and chess.

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Expert in: General Surgery
20 years of experience
Laparoscopic (key-hole) Surgery , Upper GI (Gastrointestinal) Surgery

Mr Jeffrey Lordan is a Consultant Hepato-pancreato-biliary and General Surgeon based at the Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust. He has a special interest in Sarcoma, complex benign liver and pancreas disease, and the use of minimally invasive and robotic techniques for Hepato-pancreato-biliary surgery.

Mr Lordan completed his undergraduate training at Guy's, King's and St Thomas' Medical School, London before training as a surgeon in the South West Thames London Deanery. He went on to undertake specialist fellowships at the liver and transplant unit in Birmingham and the Royal Marden NHS Foundation Trust, London.

Mr Lordan is involved in medical education and he is an Honorary Senior Lecturer at University College London Medical School. He has achieved several awards for his teaching including the 2017 Award for Outstanding Teaching and 2017 Top Teachers Award from University College London and the 2006 Trust Award for Excellence in Medical Teaching from Frimley Park Hospital. Mr Lordan also has an interest in research and he completed a PhD focusing on the biology of Hepato-pancreato-biliary cancer. Mr Lordan has had several research articles published in peer-reviewed medical journals and he has presented his work nationally and internationally in over 75 conferences.

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Expert in: General Surgery
32 years of experience
Endocrine Surgery , Vascular Surgery , Laparoscopic (key-hole) Surgery

Mr. James Crinnion is a Consultant Surgeon at the Royal London and Whipps Cross University hospitals with over 20 years’ experience specialising in general, vascular and endocrine surgery. He has particular expertise in the minimal access treatment of varicose veins, laparoscopic and open hernia surgery, treatment of gall stones, thyroid and parathyroid surgery and all arterial surgery.

Mr. James Crinnion qualified from Leeds University Medical School in 1987 and trained in Leeds, Sheffield, and London. In 1998 he was awarded an MD thesis for vascular surgical research.

Mr. Crinnion continues his interest outside of his clinical work by dedicating time to surgical education and he has published extensively with many original articles and book chapters. He has been Chairman of the Court of Examiners of the Royal College of Surgeons, an invited member of Council of the Royal College of Surgeons and Chairman of the North Thames Training Committee for General surgery. He has also been the Trust clinical governance lead (2003-9) and Clinical Director for General Surgery for Bartshealth (2012-2016).

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Expert in: General Surgery
21 years of experience
Laparoscopic (key-hole) Surgery , Endocrine Surgery

After graduating medical school in 1991 I spent three years training in clinical endocrinology, before moving to the UK and obtaining a PhD in endocrine surgery from Bristol University in 1998.  I completed all surgical training in the UK working as a Lecturer in Surgery at Bristol University and Fellow in Endocrine Surgery in Oxford.  In 2007 I was appointed Consultant Endocrine Surgeon at the Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.

My clinical work is centred on thyroid, parathyroid and adrenal surgery with an annual workload of over 300 cases. I have developed the largest practice for open radical adrenalectomy for adrenocortical cancer and to date I performed over 350 laparoscopic and retroperitoneoscopic adrenal operations for benign adrenal tumours and metastatic disease.

Though adult operations represents the vast majority of my work, I see regularly children who need thyroid or parathyroid operations and I have an interest in familial endocrine diseases (MEN-1 and MEN-2 syndromes).

In parallel with the endocrine work, I remain involved in emergency general surgery and perform elective surgery for gallstone disease (laparoscopic cholecystectomy) and open hernia repairs.

I have a strong commitment to postgraduate education and I am regularly invited to teach student, postgraduate doctors and surgical trainees.  For the last eight years I have been an examiner for the European Fellowship in Endocrine Surgery.

I have a strong interest in clinical research and in 2005 I was nominated Hunterian Professor of Surgery by the Royal College of Surgeons.  I was Director of Research in the British Association of Endocrine Surgeons and European Society of Endocrine Surgeons (2012-2017) and currently I hold this position for the European Society of Endocrine Surgeons.  I am the co-author of the European guidelines for the treatment of adrenocortical cancer and for the use of neuromonitoring in thyroid surgery.  

To date I wrote over 70 journal publications, 40 book chapters (details on and I delivered over 90 invited presentations at national and international conferences.  Currently I am principal investigator for a multicentre study of voice outcomes after thyroid surgery (

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Expert in: General Surgery
19 years of experience
Laparoscopic (key-hole) Surgery , Upper GI (Gastrointestinal) Surgery

Mr Rohatgi is a trained general surgeon. His special interests are upper gastrointestinal benign

and cancer surgery, biliary pathology and gastro-oesphageal reflux disease. His specialist training was at 2 major

oesophagogastric cancer units in the South East of England.

He has been practicing as a consultant for the past 8 years with his NHS work spilt between two sites. He works as one of the six Oesophago-Gastric Surgeons at University College Hospital, which is a center of excellence for cancer care. There he is involved in resections and postoperative management of all types of oesophageal and gastric cancers. As it is a tertiary referral they are responsible for the acute management of all Upper Gastrointestinal emergencies in North and East London.

Currently he is the only Upper gastrointestinal Surgeon at Whipps’ Cross hospital, which is a large District General hospital in NorthEast London. There he undertakes all forms of benign and complex upper gastrointestinal and biliary surgeries, which are mainly performed laparoscopically.

Furthermore as a Laparoscopic and General Surgeon he is involved in the regular management of general surgical emergencies.

He has an avid interest in clinical research with over 25 publications to his name and

numerous international and national presentations.

Recently he has set up a One-Stop Abdominal Pain Clinic at the London Clinic which currently is the one clinic of its kind in London.

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What is a General Surgeon?

General surgery refers to a surgeon with a wide variety of surgical skills that can diagnose and treat a wide range of surgical conditions.

When to see a General Surgeon?

You may want to consult a general surgeon if you require surgery such as hernia operations, colon cancer surgery, appendicectomy and breast surgery.

What procedures can you find at a General Surgery clinic?