Mr Mark George: General surgery
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Mr Mark George

General surgery

 

  • Fee assured
  • Accredited endoscopist (JAG)
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Specialises in

  • Lower GI surgery

Bupa specialist

  • Accredited endoscopist (JAG)

About me

Mr Mark George qualified from St Mary's Hospital in 1991 and is a specialist in advanced primary and recurrent colorectal cancer. His higher surgical training was undertaken in the South East London Region. His research was performed at the Royal Marsden Hospital and Institute of Cancer Research and was awarded his Master of Surgery in 2002.

He was appointed as a Consultant Colorectal Surgeon to Guys and St Thomas' Hospitals in 2003 and is lead clinician for colorectal cancer. He is interested in laparoscopic colorectal surgery and is a specialist in the treatment of advanced colorectal cancer and is the regional anal cancer surgeon.

Areas of interest

Colorectal cancer surgery; Recurrent rectal cancer surgery; Family history of colorectal cancer; Anal cancer; Colonoscopy; Flexible sigmoidoscopy; Rigid sigmoidoscopy; Colorectal disease (lower GI); Rectal bleeding; Haemorrhoids; Anal fistula; Pilonidal disease; Laparoscopic procedures ('keyhole surgery'); Reconstructive surgery; Hernia repairs, Appendicectomy

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Procedures completed

  • H2510

    Rigid sigmoidoscopy (including proctoscopy and biopsy) - (>50)

    London Bridge Hospital (>50)

  • X3510

    IV sedation administered by operator - (>50)

    London Bridge Hospital (5-50)

  • H2002

    Diagnostic colonoscopy, includes forceps biopsy of colon and ileum - (>50)

    London Bridge Hospital (5-50)

  • H5100

    Haemorrhoidectomy (including sigmoidoscopy) - (5-50)

    London Bridge Hospital (5-50)

  • H2502

    Diagnostic flexible sigmoidoscopy (including forceps biopsy and proctoscopy) - (5-50)

    London Bridge Hospital (5-50)

  • T2000

    Primary repair of inguinal hernia - (5-50)

    London Bridge Hospital (1-5)

  • G8082

    Diagnostic oesophago-gastro-duodenoscopy (OGD) and immediate colonoscopy includes forceps biopsies, biopsy test and dye spray (as sole procedure) - (5-50)

    London Bridge Hospital (1-5)

  • H5510

    Laying open of low anal fistula (fistulotomy) +/- insertion of stitch (including sigmoidoscopy) - (5-50)

    London Bridge Hospital (1-5)

  • H5940

    Excision of pilonidal sinus and suture/skin graft - (1-5)

    London Bridge Hospital (1-5)

  • X3750

    Botulinum toxin injections to muscle - (1-5)

    London Bridge Hospital (1-5)

  • H2503

    Therapeutic sigmoidoscopy with snare loop biopsy or excision of lesion - (1-5)

    London Bridge Hospital (1-5)

  • S0633

    Excision of lesion of skin or subcutaneous tissue - up to three, Trunk & Limbs (excluding lipoma) - (1-5)

  • T2400

    Repair of umbilical hernia (irrespective of age) - (1-5)

    London Bridge Hospital (1-5)

  • T2720

    Laparoscopic repair of incisional or ventral hernia requiring mesh - (1-5)

  • H0280

    Laparoscopic appendicectomy - (1-5)

    London Bridge Hospital (1-5)

  • XR180

    Ultrasound guided drainage of fluid collection - (1-5)

    London Bridge Hospital (1-5)

  • G7530

    Closure of ileostomy (as sole procedure) - (1-5)

  • T2100

    Repair of recurrent inguinal hernia - (1-5)

  • W0850

    Partial excision of bone (including exostoses) - (1-5)

    London Bridge Hospital (1-5)

  • T3600

    Wedge excision or removal of omentum (as sole procedure) - (1-5)

  • H4680

    Repair of faecal fistula - (1-5)

  • S4230

    Secondary suture of skin - (1-5)

  • T2781

    Repair of epigastric hernia - (1-5)

    London Bridge Hospital (1-5)

  • G7100

    Bypass of ileum - (1-5)

    London Bridge Hospital (1-5)

  • T2600

    Repair of recurrent incisional or ventral hernia not requiring mesh - (1-5)

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