Consultant General, Upper GI, HPB and Laparoscopic Surgeon
The New Victoria Hospital
184 Coombe Lane West
Kingston upon Thames
Surrey KT2 7EG
Over 30 years’ experience in general, upper gastrointestinal and hepatobiliary surgery with particular interest in minimal access (keyhole) surgery.
A research and teaching background in patient safety from the start of the surgical laparoscopic era in the early 1990s that continues to the current day.
Specialising in the investigation and treatment of patients with gallstones, upper gut symptoms, hernias and groin pain.
- Surgery for patients with symptomatic gallstones
- Surgery for Gastroesophageal reflux disease
- Groin Hernia Repair - Inguinal and Femoral (including Inguinal hernia repair under local anaesthetic)
- Umbilical and Epigastric Hernia Repair
- Incisional hernia Repair
- Investigation of groin pain / sports injury
Medical Director at the New Victoria Hospital
Mr Willson was appointed to the position of Medical Director at the New Victoria Hospital on July 17th.
The role involves the safeguarding of patients and clinical supervision of the hospital.
Symptoms and Tests
If you have;
a high temperature, a new, continuous cough, breathlessness or a loss or change in taste or smell
(less frequent symptoms include muscle aches, fatigue, sore throat and diarrhoea).
UK Government recommendations state that you should isolate for 10 days and your household isolate for 14 days.
You can arrange a coronavirus test through NHS 111 or online HERE.
If someone in your household is isolating then the guidance is that you should isolate too.
Out-patient clinics at all local private hospitals have reopened for both face-to-face and on-line appointments.
Please make appointments with the hospital directly (see contact details below) or my PA on 020 3376 9324.
Elective SurgeryAll local private hospitals have opened to elective surgery. However they remain under contract to NHS-England for the foreseeable future. Under this contract they are supplying surgical space in their operating theatres. In consequence patients for private surgery are being prioritised by the hospitals for urgency, theatre availability is limited and waits are longer than expected. We are asking patients to be flexible on their preferred hospital and procedure dates so that we can maximise any opportunity for an operating list.
Please be aware that restrictions to protect patients and staff against COVID19 are in force at every hospital.
Prior to surgery patients will be required to have a COVID19 swab test within 3 days of surgery and self isolate from the time of the swab. Your insurance company may not pay for the swab so please check. This will all be arranged by the hospital at which you have been booked for surgery.
Consent for surgeryPlease be aware that despite a negative swab test there is a small risk of having COVID19 at the time of your surgery. The evidence shows that there are risks of serious complications from COVID19 after general anaesthetic under these circumstances. This risk will be reflected in any consent you will need to sign. Please discuss this with Mr Willson if you have any concerns.
For details of my listings please use the various links:
NHS Choose and Book
NHS patients with hernias and gallstones can be seen at both Spire St Anthony's Hospital and the Parkside Hospital.
If you are an NHS patient with one of these conditions please ask your GP to arrange an appointment.
If you are a GP please find details of how to find the clinic via the e-RS portal
by going to the FOR GENERAL PRACTITIONERS page on this website.
801 London Road, North Cheam, Surrey, SM3 9DW
Tuesday 8.00-10.00am (Insured and NHS Choose and Book Patients)
+44 (0)208 8335 4500
On line appointments are available
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