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Glasgow Colorectal Centre

Glasgow Colorectal Centre  

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Glasgow Colorectal Centre with silhouette of the Glasgow skyline including the SECC and the Finnieston crane and reflection in the river Clyde

Glasgow Colorectal Centre is Scotland’s leading private health care centre of excellence for managing colorectal & bowel problems. Our team of highly qualified colorectal surgeons are trained to provide a comprehensive and integrated service with a multidisciplinary approach to the management of all bowel problems, ranging from simple but problematic piles to the most complex colorectal cancer.

The Glasgow Colorectal Centre is a team of highly qualified experts who are nationally recognised colorectal surgery specialists. The team provides a comprehensive, integrated and multidisciplinary approach to the management of colorectal and bowel problems.

Our team of  colorectal surgeons works closely with skilled anaesthetists, radiologists, pathologists and oncologists. The centre is based at BMI Ross Hall hospital in Glasgow and is supported by a highly trained and committed team of theatre, ward, intensive care, oncology and specialist nurses.

Together our aim is to provide the highest quality medical care, providing a leading edge service using the latest technology and techniques to enable rapid and accurate diagnosis and treatment of both basic and complex colorectal and anorectal problems.

Led by colorectal surgeons Richard Molloy and Graham MacKay, the team has extensive experience in managing the entire spectrum of colorectal disorders, from initial investigations including colonoscopy to treatment of conditions ranging from piles to the most complex bowel cancer and inflammatory bowel disease. They are expert  in minimally invasive surgery (MIS)  including the THD procedure for haemorrhoids & laparoscopic colorectal surgery, which facilitates enhanced recovery after surgery (ERAS).

   Conditions treated

Anal Abscess

Bowel Cancer

Colorectal Cancer

Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)

Pruritus Ani

Anal Cancer

Bowel Screening

Diverticular Disease

Lap. Colorectal Surgery

Rectal Cancer

Anal Fistula

Bowel Polyps


Bowel cancer chemo.

Rectal Prolapse

Faecal Incontinence


Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD)

Red meat & bowel cancer

Sacral Nerve Stimulation (SNS)

Anal Skin Tags


Crohn’s Disease



Colonoscopy is a common investigation for bowel symptoms such as diarrhoea, rectal bleeding and to investigate a positive FOB result in the bowel cancer screening programme.


Latest news

Colonoscope for performing colonoscopy

Haemorrhoids (piles) can cause symptoms such as bleeding,  protrusion and itch and pain. Modern day case treatments such as the THD procedure or HALO treatment for piles can provide lasting relief .


Abdomen with haemorrhoids

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Bowel cancer is one of the commonest causes of cancer in Scotland. If detected early, it is very treatable and potentially curable. Early detection with bowel screening is now available

Bowel cancer

Mature couple recovering after bowel cancer operation

Bowel problems are a common cause for patients seeking medical advice. Specialised tests such as colonoscopy or scans may be required  to exclude more serious problems.

Bowel problems

CT scanner for investigation of bowel problems