Chetan Bhan

Chetan Bhan

Consultant Colorectal & Laparoscopic Surgeon

Yvonne Baillie

020 8347 3874

Chetan Bhan


The London Clinic, 116 Harley Street Directions
Harley Street Clinic Diagnostics Centre Directions
Wellington Hospital Platinum Medical Centre Directions
Wellington Diagnostic Centre Golders Green Directions
Highgate Hospital Directions

Mr Bhan has been a consultant Colorectal Surgeon since 2012 and currently holds a post at the Whittington Hospital where he has developed the SILS colorectal service and is lead for colorectal cancer.

Areas of expertise:

Colorectal cancer | Inflammatory bowel disease | Ileoanal pouch surgery | Complex benign surgery | Pelvic floor disorders | Abdominal wall reconstruction | Intestinal failure

In practice:

  • Fully trained general surgeon and advanced colorectal surgeon, offering expertise in:
    • Minimally invasive surgery, also known as virtually scarless surgery
    • Single incision laparoscopic surgery (SILS)
  • Specialist training in pelvic floor disorders
  • Training Programme Director for surgical training in north, central and east London, plus Essex.


  • Medical school – United Medical and Dental Schools of Guy’s and St Thomas’, London, qualifying in 1998
  • Surgical training – London and the South East
  • 2 years undertaking research into lower gastrointestinal functional disorders, particularly pelvic floor disorders – The Royal London Hospital
  • Advanced colorectal training into complex colorectal surgery, including perineal reconstruction, complex inflammatory bowel disease and intestinal failure
  • Completed training by undertaking a fellowship in advanced laparoscopic techniques in colorectal surgery particularly Single Incision laparoscopic Surgery (SILS) – Sydney, Australia

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