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- Lower GI surgery
- Upper GI surgery
My Prorities :
1. Trustworthiness and making your interest first priority.
2.Listen, listen and listen some more- to you
3.Asking what matters to you ? Not just what is the matter with you?
4.Develop appropriate solutions for the patient working with you and yours
5. Safe high quality effective treatment and a reassuring and calming experience at difficult times
6.Availability and contactability..
7.Accountability- accepting responsibility for my performance and of trainees and staff I supervise as part of my duty
8. Immediate and robust response to any concern at any stage of your treatment
9.Commitment to work as part of a multidisciplinary team which demands high standards and development of new ideas where necessary.
10.Continous improvement and learning by monitoring outcome.
11. continuous reflection.Awareness of limitations and flexibility to change.
11.Effective communication with you
12.Respecting cultural, linguistic, religious, ethnic diversity among patients and staff
13.Honesty , sensitivity and compassion. always emotionally supporting you and yours at difficult times
Areas of interest
Gallstone;Gallbladder disease;Reflux:Hiatus hernia;cancer;suspected cancer;weight loss;Indigestion;barrtetts;achalasia;Jaundice;lumps;colonoscopy;gastroscopy;endoscopy;Coloproctology; Upper gastro-intestinal surgery; Gastro-intestinal tract (surgery); Dyspepsia (indigestion); Laparoscopy surgery; Colorectal surgery (lower GI); Hernias; inguinal hernia; Upper gastro-intestinal disease; Laparoscopic procedures ('keyhole surgery'); Endoscopic procedures;abdominal pain;reflux;heartburn;hiatus hernia;rectal bleeding;diarrhoea;weight loss;swallowing difficulty;dysphagia;lump;gastroscopy; haemorrhoids;cancer;colonoscopy;surgery;operations;second opinion ;stomach cancer;;oesophagus; cancer;pancreas disease;incisional hernia;ventral hernia;umbilical hernia;cyst;ulcer;GIST;Tumours;diarrhoea;change in bowel;;diaphragmatic hernia;GERD;Burping:vomiting;cholecystitis;appendicitis;lymphnode;spleen;splenectomy;pancreatitis;;fissure;
- Sarah Hill
- Spire Hartswood Hospital Eagle Way BRENTWOOD CM13 3LE
- 07961 605823
Anaesthetists worked with
Current NHS consultant posts held
1.Consultant Upper GI & Laparoscopic Surgeon
Queens University Hospital. Specialist Oesophagogastric cancer centre,
2.Senior Clinical Lecturer,Institute of Barts & London Medical school, Queen Mary University of London.
3.Medical Lead Patient experience, BHRU NHS Trust 4.Quality & Safety Lead , General Surgery5.Specialist Trainer Surgery, ISCP
7. Clinical and Educational Superviser:Foundation school, Health Education England
9.Ex Clinical Director Surgery & Urology
GORD & Antireflux surgery
Oesophageal motility disorders
Advanced Laparoscopic and endoluminalsurgery
Fundraising for charitable causes. I run a Community Group
Thespian: Regularly perform in London Ameature stages
History of all kinds
Read anything except negative and prejudicial material
Organise Social events & concerts
2017 Senior Lecturer award
2017 Clinical Excellence award
2016 Nominated for UCLP PGDME clinical superviser award
2013 Inspirational leader award
2012 Clinical Director of Surgery,Urology and Day Surgery
2004-2012 Clinical excellence awards
2002 World Congress of Gastroenterology.Poster of Distinction
1994 University Topper In M. S. ( General Surgery )
1988 University Hons. In Surgery
1987 Sir Frank Conner silver medal in Surgical Anatomy
(Additional) Languages spoken
Incomplete list clinical publications only
13.Laparoscopic Repair of Giant Paraoesophageal Hernia- step by step demonstration of technique
15.Thoracoscopic management of post oesophagectomy chyle leak- A safe and effective answer to a life threatening complication
16.Accuracy of Endoscopic Ultrasound (EUS) following neoadjuvant chemotherapy for resectable oesophageal cancer.
17.Laparoscopic Jejunostomy(LJ): A novel operative technique.
Video poster published as abstract in Surgical Endoscopy18.Laparoscopic Stapled subtotal cholecystectomy(LSSC): a safe way out in difficult cases..
19.Chest pain and congestive cardiac failure due to atrial metastasis from an adenocarcinoma of the gastro-esophageal junction
20.C.Difficile colitis presenting as occult postoperative sepsis: a cautionary tale:
22.A through-the-scope device for suturing and tissue approximation under EUS control.
23.A measurement of the ability to drive after different types of inguinal hernia repair.
24,Coexistent leiomyoma and phylloides tumour of the breast25.A study on peripheral nerve injuries and their repair26.Polyarteritis Nodosa: a rare presentation with massive recurrent upper GI haemorrhage needing total gastrectomy
27. Upper Gastrointestinal endoscopy in tuberculosis - a last resort when all other tests fail
28. Diagnostic Laparoscopy in tuberculosis – a last resort when all others tests fail
29. Laparoscopic Diagnosis of TB.30. Isolated late metachronous pancreatic metastasis from renal cell carcinoma and lessons from a difficult CBD exploration.
31. How the magic wand of IT touched surgery and changed it forever D Mukherjee
32.Epidural pneumatosis as a consequence of cocaine use
33. Simplified Suture Technique to secure mesh in Laparoscopic repair of Recurrent MultipleDefect Ventral Incisional Hernia
34.Laparoscopic resection of exophytic GIST from posterior wall of fundus near gastrooesophageal junction
35.Superior Mesenteric Artery Syndrome and the ‘Nutcracker Phenomenon’"
36. Cocaine inhalation mimics Boerhaave syndrome: a study of 2 cases of pneumo-mediastinum
37.0336: Verrucous carcinoma of the oesophagus: a diagnostic conundrum
38 ‘Can we balance service provision and emergency general surgical training? A trainees’ Perspective’ Emergency surgery:
39 ‘Innovation, reorganisation and effective delivery of emergency general surgery services: a model approach. Experiences from a busy surgical unit in London’ Emergency surgery:
Courses offered to GPs
Reflux and hiatus hernia
UpperGI cancer: NICE Referral guidelines
Oesophagogastric cancer case studies
When to Refer to a GI surgeon
Outcomes (checked and approved by medical professional body)
Please click on this link if you would like to see information about this healthcare professional’s performance compared to their peers, as published by their medical professional body.http://www.nhs.uk/profiles/consultant/4527770
NHS data 2014-2016
Single cardiac death in last 11 years in major OG resection.
HED(Healthcare Evaluation data):
598 high volume complex tertiary surgery in 3 years ,17 indicative procedure only.
One emergency mortality.39 readmissions.
4 other non-operated expected deaths in last one year.
Phoenix data (2014-16) 521 procedures
Large number of external referrals for complex laparoscopic surgery
Biliary surgery(n=141; )Single bile duct injury in whole carrier recognised and treated successfully; circa 90 cholecystectomy per year in BHRUT No death.
OG resections (n= 31)AntiReflux surgery(n=26) Hellers cardiomyotomy(n=17) Splenectomy (n=9)Giant Hiatus hernia repair(n=17)
Indicative Length Of Stay data :
emergency colonic resection 12.5 D( local median17D)
Cholecystectomy 0.4D (local median1.6 D)
Workload data way above national average : National median in bracket.
Inpatients No.of elective FCE 350(210);
No. of emergency FCE177(148) Outpatients:
915 attendances(721) New to follow up ratio1.08 ( local specialty value 0.89)
High Day case rate 82%( local average 66.5%)
194/206 colonoscopy in 3yrs done as day case (94% vs90% local median
- FRCS( Gen) Intercollegiate Board 2002
- FRCS( Eng) Royal college of surgeons 1995
- FRCS( Glasgow) Royal college of physicians and surgeons, Glasgow 1995
- MS ( Surgery) University of Kolkata 1993
- DNB( Surgery) National Board of Examinations, New Delhi 1993
- MBBS University of Kolkata 1990
Reference number 4527770
Professional bodies (positions held - last 3 yrs)
- Fellow Royal college of surgeons, England 2013
- Member European association of endoscopic Surgeons 2013
- Member Association of Upper GI Surgeons 2013
- Member Association of laparoscopic surgeons 2013
- Member British Hernia Society 2017
Details of entry to specialist register
- GMC specialist Register, 2003
Affiliations / memberships
- Eagle Way BRENTWOOD CM13 3LE
- 08:00 - 16:00
- 01277 232525
- Shenfield Road Shenfield BRENTWOOD CM15 8EH
- 19:00 - 20:30
- 01277 695695
- Spire Roding Hospital.
- 18:30 - 20:00
- 020 8551 1100
Post treatment communication
Following treatment of a Bupa member, I will communicate with GPs in line with Department of Health, GMC and appropriate professional bodies guidelines.
In the event of an urgent query following treatment, Bupa members should use the following contact details
01708435000 extn 6464