Glasgow Colorectal Centre

Scotland's premier private health centre of excellence for colorectal problems

Expert rapid diagnosis and treatment in Scotland's most advanced private health care hospital

Glasgow Colorectal Centre

Our aim is to provide the highest quality medical care, providing a leading edge service to treat the complete range of benign and malignant colorectal disorders

Our highly qualified colorectal team provide a comprehensive and integrated service

Glasgow Colorectal Centre

Excellence in colorectal surgery, from initial assessment through to diagnosis and clinical care of all bowel problems

GLASGOW COLORECTAL CENTRE

Scotland’s Premier Private Colorectal Surgery Clinic

info@colorectalcentre.co.uk

Call 0141 810 3151

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Investigations, treatments & procedures

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Our aim is to provide the highest quality medical care, providing a leading edge service to treat the complete range of benign and malignant colorectal disorders. We use the latest technology and techniques to enable rapid and accurate diagnosis and treatment of both basic and complex colorectal and anorectal problems.

Led by consultant colorectal surgeons Richard Molloy and Graham MacKay, our surgeons have expertise in diagnostic, screening and therapeutic colonoscopy. They have particular expertise in minimally invasive surgical techniques (including laparoscopic or keyhole surgery) to facilitate a faster recovery, even after major surgeries.

Specialty interests include bowel cancer and polyps of the colon and rectum, colonoscopy, rectal bleeding,  Crohn's disease, ulcerative colitis & inflammatory bowel disease, diverticular disease, intestinal stomas, laparoscopic surgery, rectal prolapse, sphincter-saving procedures, anorectal disease, anal abscesses, haemorrhoids, faecal incontinence, fistula surgery, pilonidal disease, Karydakis flap, anal fissure and hernia surgery

With years of experience as Consultant Colorectal & General surgeons, we can deliver the most advanced surgical techniques for the optimal care of benign and malignant colorectal disease. Our expertise covers the investigation and operative management of patients with both simple and complex anorectal and colonic problems.

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