About our surgical team

Information about the individual members of our team

NHS referrals may be sent as a letter from your family doctor or your hospital specialist, addressed to one of us (or to the team), or as a fax using the Referral Form (See download links on this page). If you wish to consult any of us privately, please use the contact details to get in touch.

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Mr S Bhattacharya

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MB, MS, MPhil, FRCS
Satya Bhattacharya is a Consultant Surgeon at the Royal London and St Bartholomew’s Hospitals in London.

He obtained his medical degree from Grant Medical College, Bombay and trained in Liver and Pancreas Surgery at the Royal Free and University College Hospitals in London. He took up his Consultant position in 1999.

His clinical interests include surgery of the liver, pancreas, gall bladder and bile duct, radiofrequency ablation of tumours and laparoscopic surgery.

His research interests include chemo-embolisation of liver tumours and radiofrequency ablation of liver tumours.

He is also on the attending staff at the London Clinic, the Princess Grace Hospital and the King Edward VII Hospital, and serves as  Serjeant Surgeon to the Royal Household.

Private patients may call 020 70346104 or e-mail:

Mr R R Hutchins

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MBBS, MS, FRCS (General Surgery)
Rob Hutchins is a Consultant Surgeon at the Royal London and St Bartholomew’s Hospitals in London, and Honorary Senior Lecturer at the Centre for Surgical Sciences, Institute of Cancer.

He obtained his medical degree from St Bartholomew’s Medical School, and trained in Liver and Pancreas Surgery at the Royal Free and Hammersmith Hospitals. He took up his Consultant position in 2002.

His clinical interests are surgery of the liver, pancreas, gall bladder and bile duct, and laparoscopic surgery. His research interests include techniques for liver resection, radiofrequency ablation of liver tumours, patient pathways, liver trauma and cholangiocarcinoma.

He is also on the attending staff at the London Bridge Hospital and the London Independent Hospital.

Prof H M Kocher

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MBBS, MS, MD, FRCS (General Surgery)
Hemant Kocher is Professor of Liver and Pancreas Surgery at the Barts Cancer Institute, Queen Mary, University of London. He is also Consultant Surgeon at the Royal London and St Bartholomew’s Hospitals.

He obtained his medical degree from Mumbai, India with a number of distinctions and University Gold medals and academic prizes. He trained in liver and pancreas surgery at the KEM Hospital, Mumbai, Tata Memorial Hospital Mumbai and King’s College Hospital, London. He has been a Visiting Fellow to the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Centre, New York, USA; Mayo Clinic, Rochester, USA; Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, USA: University of Verona, Italy, and Hôpital Paul Brousse, Paris, France. He has been awarded a number of prestigious national and international awards such as the Pancreatic Society Travelling Fellow, NIHR Clinician Scientist, Cutler’s Fellow, GSK Young Fellow and Agostino Trappani International Prize amongst others.

His clinical interests include surgery of the gall bladder and bile duct, the liver and the pancreas. He also performs general and laparoscopic operations and operations for hernias. His research interests include: liver cancer; pancreatic cancer; role of stroma in cancer progression; developing new treatments, diagnostic tests and surgical techniques; meta-analyses and clinical trials.

Hemant is on the attending staff at the London Clinic and the BMI London Independent Hospital. He consults on Wednesday 1700-1930 at 120 Harley Street.

Private appointments can be made by

londonliverandpancreas(_AT_)gmail.com
or via his secretary Ms Katie Goodey.

For more details on his activities please see:

www.hpblondon.com

www.londongallstoneclinic.com

www.bci.qmul.ac.uk/staff/item/hemant-kocher

Prof Hemant M Kocher, MS, MD, FRCS

Professor of Liver and Pancreas Surgery, Centre for Tumour Biology,
Barts Cancer Institute - a CR-UK Centre of Excellence,
Queen Mary University of London,
John Vane Science Centre, Charterhouse Sqaure, London EC1M 6BQ. UK.

Tel +44(0)2078823579; Fax: +44(0)2078823884

www.bci.qmul.ac.uk

Barts and The London logo

Consultant HPB, General and Laparoscopic Surgeon,

Barts and the London HPB Centre,
10th Floor South Tower, The Royal London Hospital, London E1 1BB. UK.

Tel 0203 5942747 Fax 0203 5943255.

www.bartsandthelondon.nhs.uk/HPBCentre

www.hpblondon.com

Mr A T Abraham

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MBBS, MS, MA (Medical Ethics and Law), FRCS (General Surgery).
Ajit Abraham is a Consultant Surgeon at the Royal London and St Bartholomew’s Hospitals in London.

He obtained his medical degree from Pune, India, and trained in Liver and Pancreas Surgery at the Royal Free and Royal London Hospitals. He took up his Consultant position in 2006.

His clinical interests are surgery of the liver, pancreas, gall bladder and bile ducts, laparoscopic surgery, trauma and surgical critical care. His research interests include experimental models of pancreatic cancer, patient pathways, justice in health care provision.

Specialist Nurses and Co-ordinator

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Rose Hesling
HPB Clinical Nurse Specialist

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Marianne Campbell
HPB Clinical Nurse Specialist

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Charmaine Graham
HPB Clinical Nurse Specialist

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Seendy Ramoutar
HPB Clinical Nurse Specialist

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Katie Ryan
HPB Clinical Nurse Specialist

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Scott McNaughton
MDT Coordinator

Members of our surgical team can be contacted at:

HPB Surgery Unit
The Royal London Hospital
Whitechapel Road
London E1 1BB

Phone:
Consultants' Secretary:
+44 20 35942747
Specialist Nurses:
+44 20 3594 0759 or +44 20 3594 0763
MDT Co-ordinator:
+44 20 3594 0762

Fax: +44 20 3594 3255
Or use the email contact form on the Contact Us page

Medical Professionals
If you are a doctor or nurse:
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