Mr Nicholas Charles Marshall

Consultant Upper GI & Laparoscopic Surgeon

QualificationsMBBS, BSc, FRCS(Eng), FRCS(Ed), FRCS(GenSurg)

Languages spoken:English

Main NHS base:

  • Barts Health NHS Trust (Newham University Hospital)

Clinical interests:

Advanced laparoscopic surgery including: cholecystectomy, hernia surgery, treatment of obesity-related complications (such as diabetes) by surgery, scarless laparoscopic surgery, gallstones, general surgery and bariatric surgery

Benign and malignant conditions of the oesophagus and stomach

Hiatus hernia and gastro-oesophageal reflux disease

Endoscopy of the upper and lower GI tract

Laparoscopic treatment of hiatal, inguinal, incisional and umbilical hernias

Benign anorectal surgery including fistulae, pilonidal sinus and haemorrhoids

Laparoscopic cholecystectomy

Fees, Training & Background:

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Mr Marshall has developed laparoscopic surgery within the fields of upper GI surgery and general surgery to be able to offer a comprehensive treatment profile for almost all abdominal conditions.

Mr Marshall also specialises in bariatric surgery with the emphasis on treating the complications of excess weight, including diabetes. This is an area of surgery which is rapidly increasing in public awareness.

Mr Marshall offers a comprehensive range of treatments for patients with excess weight and the complications of this excess weight.

Member of:

  • British Medical Association
  • General Medical Council
  • Association of Laparoscopic Surgeons
  • British Obesity and Metabolic Surgery Society
  • European Association of Endoscopic Surgeons
  • Association of Upper GI Surgeons
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