Colorectal Surgery (CR): provision of specialist secondary care multi-disciplinary management of colorectal cancer and benign colorectal disease including diverticular disease and surgical management of inflammatory bowel disease (Crohn’s & ulcerative colitis) and coloproctology. Tertiary pelvic floor dysfunction service offered as part of joint multi-disciplinary approach with urogynaecology.
General Surgery (Gen): all general surgical conditions including abdominal & groin hernias, lumps & bumps
Referral process via E-RS.
|Mr S Gurjar||Wednesday AM (Alternate)||Thursday PM|
|Miss M Obichere||Monday PM||Thursday AM (Alternate)|
|Mr J Sagar||Tuesday AM||Wednesday AM (Alternate)|
|Mr F Younis||Tuesday AM||Friday PM|
|Miss K Brown||Wednesday PM||Thursday PM|
|Mr P Das||Wednesday PM||Thursday AM (Alternate)|
|Mr S Gobara||Wednesday AM|
|Stoma Clinic||Wednesday PM
|Colorectal Nurses||Monday PM, Tuesday PM, Wednesday AM & PM|
Links to tertiary centres:
Established links with St Marks Hospital, London and John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford
Although on the 19 July 2021 regulations around the use of facemasks / coverings and social distancing will change across the country, at Bedfordshire Hospitals all COVID infection prevention control measures currently in place will remain the same.
The Trust has decided it is currently not safe to lift all restrictions at our hospitals.
Everyone attending our sites will still be required to wear a facemask (unless medically exempt), adhere to social distancing and attend your appointments alone especially in our Emergency Departments and Outpatients (exclusions apply to our paediatric patients and those requiring carer support)
Visiting is now permitted on most of our adult inpatient wards in a controlled manner. Appointments need to be pre-booked with ward staff.
Full details about attending our hospitals and visiting is available here.