Mr Sen is a highly experienced General & Colorectal Surgeon. His career spans over 3 decades and medical experience in three countries which makes him ideally suited to serve a diverse population in London. His interest in teaching and academic reading ensures that his medical knowledge stays up to date. Mr Sen makes sure to explain the procedures to his patients in a way for a lay person to understand. His experience in dealing with different cultural backgrounds makes it possible for him to address each patient on an individual basis. His patients appreciate his friendly, reassuring and fully engaged manner.
His current NHS base is at Northwick Park and St Mark’s Hospital in NW London where he has been working as a Consultant General Surgeon since 2014. In this capacity, he covers Ealing and Central Middlesex Hospitals a well on a regular basis, having operating slots there. All these are in addition to his private commitments at BMI Clementine Churchill Hospital.
After qualifying in India in 1982, Mr Sen trained in General, Laparoscopic and Colorectal Surgery in the United Kingdom from 1985 – 1997. His surgical training largely centred around St Thomas' and Charing Cross Hospitals.
Mr Sen has extensive experience in both undergraduate as well as postgraduate teaching. He held the post of Senior Lecturer in General and Colorectal Surgery at The Queen Elizabeth Medical Centre in Birmingham (2004 – 2006) and is currently an Honorary Senior lecturer in Surgery at the Imperial College of Medicine, London. He is an examiner for the Surgery final exams for Imperial College. He has been a regular teacher at the the CCrISP (Care of the Critically Ill Surgical Patient) course run by the Royal College of Surgeons and was invited to teach at the Royal College of Surgeons in Edinburgh in December 2020. From 2006 - 2013 he spent some valuable years in Germany, specifically in the Heidelberg group of teaching hospitals where he further qualified as a Visceral surgeon.
During this time he also qualified as a Fellow of the European Specialty Board in Coloproctology – the only formal Europe-wide qualification in Coloproctology. He is the author of several publications in peer-reviewed journals and textbooks and is a frequent reviewer himself of articles submitted for publication in journals such as Colorectal Disease and the British Journal of Hospital Medicine. Apart from the obligatory Fellowship of the Royal College of Surgeons, he is a Fellow of the European Society of Coloproctology and a member of the Medical Defence Union. He is registered to practise his speciality in the UK as well as Germany.
In addition to English, Mr Sen speaks Hindi, Bengali and German.