General surgery

Nuffield Health General surgeryWe offer a wide range of services locally for patients who require general surgery.

This includes the abdomen, plus the oesophagus, stomach, small bowel, colon, liver, pancreas, gall bladder and bile ducts, as well as the skin and breasts. We are able to offer many of these surgical procedures using minimally invasive techniques.

Why are our hospitals so good?
  • Minimally invasive options
  • A consultant sees you at every stage
  • Seamless follow-up
  • Quick access to surgery
  • Personalised care plan
  • Comfortable private rooms
  • Flexible visiting hours for friends and family

Whatever your surgical needs, Nuffield Health can treat you near your home in comfortable and clean hospitals. We offer quick access to surgery and all consultations and procedures are carried out by our expert consultants.

From the operation itself, right through to recovery in our private rooms, you will be looked after every step of the way.

Our approach to surgery doesn’t start and end with the operation itself. We will guide you and assist you all the way with your personalised care plan.

You will need a referral from a GP and probably additional consultations and assessments before having general surgery.

For more information, ask your GP about being referred to a Nuffield Health Hospital, or simply call us.

To find a General Surgery Consultant near you use our search area on the left.


Promise is valid for patients paying for themselves. Excludes assisted conception and IVF treatments. Your initial consultation and any necessary tests are paid for separately.

* Not including private patient units at NHS hospitals. Local area defined as within 15 miles of the Nuffield Health hospital. We will match against written quotes only. 

** Where possible, we promise to assist you to receive any follow up advice, treatment or care that is clinically required from your Consultant for as long as you may require it. If a prosthesis is used as part of your treatment this is guaranteed for the manufacturer’s official lifetime of that prosthesis. “Clinically required” indicates where further intervention and/or monitoring of a patient’s condition is deemed necessary as a direct result of surgical intervention.