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Mr Hamish Hamilton

Consultant General Surgeon

FACS, FRCS(Ed), FCS(SA), MBA(Open)

Practices at: BMI The Cavell Hospital, BMI The Kings Oak Hospital

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Hamish Hamilton is an experienced general and vascular consultant surgeon who has practiced in North Central London and Hertfordshire since 1999.

He is currently a senior NHS consultant surgeon in the Royal Free NHS Trust.

Hamish Hamilton is a peripheral vascular specialist in varicose vein treatments using modern keyhole techniques of endovenous ablation and treats venous disease relating to thrombosis and venous ulcers. He treats arterial disease for leg pain (claudication), arterial and all leg ulcers, aortic aneurysms, carotid artery disease relating to stroke and other peripheral vascular surgical disease of the abdomen and upper limbs. Hamish Hamilton also has a particular general surgical interest in keyhole groin hernia and keyhole gall bladder treatments, and will provide consultation and treatment on a wide range of general surgical conditions listed including abdominal gastrointestinal (bowel) disease, common anorectal conditions and thyroid disease.

Mr Hamilton’s General and Vascular Surgery treatments include minimally invasive or keyhole approaches where possible. This ensures that the experience is significantly less painful for the patient and recovery is much faster. He is an active surgeon with easy availability and provides a comprehensive service in North London and the surrounding areas, consulting and operating at BMI Kings Oak and Cavell Hospitals. 

Clinical Interests

  • Varicose veins
  • Gallbladder
  • Hernia
  • Thyroid 
  • Arterial and gastro-intestinal surgery.

Professional Memberships

  • American Board of Surgery Diplomate

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