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
To families of all our patients, we wanted to give a reminder that sadly, at both Bedford and the Luton & Dunstable University Hospital, we are still unable to allow any visitors on site, unless there are exceptional circumstances, for example in maternity or children’s departments, or for those patients who are receiving palliative treatment at the end of their lives, on a case-by-case basis.
At both our hospitals changes are being made to support services, and we would now ask that you contact the wards using the direct lines found here for Bedford and here for Luton and Dunstable University Hospital.