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Private Colorectal Surgery at BMI Ross Hall Hospital in Glasgow.
At BMI Ross Hall Hospital, we offer prompt access to vastly experienced colorectal specialists. We know colorectal conditions can be painful, worrying and embarrassing, but rest assured our team and your consultant will make you feel at ease and provide a comprehensive assessment and treatment of your symptoms in an unparalleled private healthcare environment.
Patients receive timely appointments, accurate diagnostics, and comprehensive treatment for the vast range of medical conditions affecting the colon, small bowel and rectum.
We offer quick and easy access to investigative diagnostics and treatments with cutting-edge technology and modern facilities, including state-of-the-art imaging facilities and advanced procedures for minimally-invasive surgery.
Colorectal surgeons often work closely with consultants in various specialities, including gastroenterology, general surgery, gynaecology, dermatology, and oncology. Access to this expertise allows us to provide the most inclusive range of pre and post-surgical care options. We offer fast, unobstructed access to our renowned colorectal team with appointment times to suit you.
At BMI Ross Hall Hospital, we employ a forward-thinking and holistic approach to ensure you have access to the most advanced treatments and techniques while effectively addressing your problem and giving you an in-depth understanding of your condition.
Book your initial appointment at BMI Ross Hall Hospital’s comprehensive colorectal surgical facility today.
The gastrointestinal tract comprises the system of tubes that transport food from the mouth and discharge waste from the anus. The Colorectal speciality is mostly concerned with the lower part of the gastrointestinal (GI) tract, which can be sub-divided into the colon, small bowel, and the rectum itself.
If you are experiencing any of these common concerns, consider booking a private appointment with one of our colorectal specialists.
Patients are regularly referred by a GP for the following symptoms:
If you are experiencing any of these symptoms, your consultant will discuss the appropriate investigations required for a fast and accurate diagnosis. We routinely conduct further investigations on patients experiencing the above, utilising a qFIT test for bowel screening, blood tests, gastroscopy, colonoscopy, MRI and CT scans, all available at BMI Ross Hall Hospital.
Private colorectal surgery in Glasgow may be offered to those with:
We offer a range of private surgical and non-invasive treatments to treat colorectal and bowel conditions.
Colorectal cancers - At BMI Ross Hall Hospital, we offer a comprehensive cancer care facility that includes prompt diagnosis, surgery and ongoing treatment. The consultants we work with are vastly experienced in treating colorectal cancers and are able to offer fast access to surgery and oncology services. If you have colorectal cancer, chemotherapy and radiotherapy are sometimes required before surgery. Depending on the results of surgery, patients may be referred to an oncologist for ongoing care.
Haemorrhoids - Haemorrhoids are very common and easy to treat with a range of options available at BMI Ross Hall Hospital, including:
Bowel Cancer Screening - BMI Ross Hall Hospital offers a total package of care for bowel screening. Patients are able to book into see a colorectal consultant without symptoms if they are looking for peace of mind that their bowel is healthy. Patients will have a consultation, a qFIT test to check for blood in faeces, and further tests if there is anything present after the qFIT test. This is available to anyone 18+ without symptoms and is all done very quickly and efficiently.
During your initial consultation, your colorectal specialist will first learn about your medical history, your family’s medical history and your symptoms to get a clear picture of the situation, your concerns and determine the appropriate next steps.
Depending on your symptoms and medical history, they will then usually examine the rectum and lower part of the colon using a specialist piece of equipment called a rigid sigmoidoscope. This small device uses light to allow a colorectal specialist to examine the area effectively.
Based on their findings, your colorectal consultant may request some further investigative tests to assess your condition. Occasionally, a flexible sigmoidoscopy may be required to enable the surgeon to see deeper into the colon.
Further diagnostic tests may be required following this. In some cases, it might be possible for you to have a scan or test on the same day as your initial consultation, but usually, we would arrange the test for a few days to a couple of weeks after your initial appointment at a time and day that suits you.
At BMI Ross Hall Hospital, our patients have access to a hugely comprehensive service for private colorectal diagnostics and treatments, all under one roof. With cutting-edge facilities, you’ll always benefit from a quick and accurate diagnosis.
Once the tests have been completed, and the results are ready, a follow-up appointment will be arranged with your consultant to discuss the results and determine the best form of tailored treatment for you.
Patients will undergo a thorough assessment and receive quick and easy access to leading investigative diagnostics, non-surgical management and treatments with cutting-edge technology and modern facilities.
All of our diagnostic procedures and treatments may be booked immediately following your initial consultation to ensure you can receive the treatment you need as quickly as possible.
At BMI Ross Hall Hospital, our patients consistently benefit from:
Suffering from bowel conditions can be incredibly uncomfortable and equally scary. If you are suffering or are concerned about symptoms, you’ll want to know you are in the best hands to help you through to a full recovery. Our professional team is here to help you through every stage of your journey. Give us a call or book online today.
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