To provide a local service for patients throughout the South East of England, we have clinics at the following hospitals:
Nuffield Health Tunbridge Wells Hospital (address: Kingswood Road, Tunbridge Wells, Kent, TN2 4URL)
One Ashford Hospital (address: Kennington Road, Willesborough, Ashford, TN24 0YS)
Nuffield Health Brighton Hospital (address: Warren Road, Brighton, BN2 6DX)
BMI The Blackheath Hospital (address: 40-42 Lee Terrace, London, SE3 9UD)
Founded and led by Professor David Kerrigan, an internationally renowned bariatric surgeon and President of the British Obesity and metabolic Surgery Society (BOMSS), Phoenix Health offers both surgical procedures, such as gastric bands, gastric bypass, gastric sleeve and re-do surgery, along with non-surgical options, like the pioneering Elipse gastric balloon, for patients looking to reduce their weight and improve their health.
Working alongside our two specialist Dieticians and Dr Denise Ratcliffe, a leading Consultant Bariatric Psychologist, the surgical team is comprised of the following specialists: Mr Midhat Siddiqui (Bariatric Unit Lewisham NHS Trust), Mr Sanjoy Basu (William Harvey Hospital Ashford), Mrs Kalpana Devalia (Bariatric Unit Homerton NHS Trust), Mr Anupam Dixit (Worthing NHS Trust and previously Bariatric Unit Homerton NHS Trust) and Professor Kerrigan himself who offers on-site support for more complex cases. Unlike many single-handed surgeon practices, our South East team truly are a multidisciplinary team who work together using the knowledge and techniques perfected by Professor Kerrigan over more than 20 years to provide each patient with a bespoke, and comprehensive package of care.
If you are considering a weight loss procedure or if you are unsure as to which option is best for you, the first step is to contact our expert advisors for a free, confidential chat. We’re sure we can help.
Keyhole reduction of the stomach capacity which removes the source of the hunger hormone ghrelin, leaving you feeling less hungry and more full with less food.
Gastric bypass surgery is regarded as the gold standard procedure for the surgical treatment of severe obesity.
Gastric band surgery, often referred to as laparoscopic adjustable gastric banding, involves placing a silicone band around the upper part of the stomach and filling it with saline.
The duodenal switch (DS) procedure involves a sleeve gastrectomy in combination with surgical bypass of the majority of the small intestine.
The BoB procedure is used to treat weight regain after failed gastric bypass. It involves placing a conventional gastric band around the mid-portion of the over-stretched stomach pouch. This shrinks its capacity and slows down the rate at which it empties.
The intragastric balloon is considered to be a more minor procedure, as it is not as invasive and can be carried out under sedation.
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