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The London Clinic

Mr Satya Bhattacharya is available for video consultations.
For help with this service please contact our Appointments team:
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Mr Bhattacharya has over twenty years' experience as a consultant surgeon, particularly surgery (open and keyhole) for gallstones, hernias, liver disease and pancreatic disease.

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Specialties and sub-specialties

General and Gastrointestinal Surgery
Hepatobiliary Surgery
Laparoscopic (keyhole) surgery
Hernia surgery

Professional profile

Satya Bhattacharya has over 20 years’ experience as a Consultant Surgeon with a specialist interest in HPB Surgery.

He has set up and led the specialist liver and pancreas service at Barts Health NHS Trust. He chairs the Liver and Pancreas MDT (Multi-disciplinary Tumour meeting) at the London Clinic.

He is an active researcher in the fields of pancreatic and liver cancer, and is Honorary Reader at the Barts Cancer Institute, Queen Mary University of London. He has over 50 research papers, book chapters and reviews to his name. He is an examiner for the FRCS examination.

He qualified at the Grant Medical College, Mumbai, and trained at the Royal Free and University College Hospitals in London.

He is also the Medical Director of the London Clinic, and Serjeant Surgeon to the Royal Household.

Clinical interests

  • Gall bladder and bile duct stones
  • Pancreatic cancer; Pancreatitis
  • Neuro-endocrine tumours
  • Liver cancer
  • Repair of bile duct injuries

Current posts

  • Consultant Surgeon
    The London Clinic
  • Consultant Surgeon
    Barts Health NHS Trust

Current teaching posts

  • Honorary Reader
    Barts Cancer Institute, QMUL

Medical training

Year qualified 1985
  • Grant Medical College, Mumbai MBBS 1979-85 and MS 1986-88
  • Royal Free Hospital School of Medicine MPhil 1992-95

Languages spoken



Obscure diagnosis – Sphincter of Oddi dysfunction
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Personal interests

Avid reader, film enthusiast and baker.