THE BIRMINGHAM HERNIA CLINIC
We are a specialist hernia clinic with our first centres opening in Birmingham and Worcestershire.
Our clinics provide state of the art treatment of hernias in accredited local private hospitals.
All assessments and procedures are carried out by a specialist consultant surgeon.
Our surgeons are all recognised by the major insurance companies.
MORE ABOUT BIRMINGHAM HERNIA CLINIC
Our team of highly trained and experienced consultants at the Birmingham Hernia Clinic aim to provide you with a personalised, rapid and efficient service to treat your hernia at a time which suits you.
5 REASONS TO CHOOSE THE BIRMINGHAM HERNIA CLINIC
1. No long waits to be seen.
2. Surgery at a time to suit you.
3. Personal care.
4. Highly trained, experienced consultants.
5. Affordable treatment
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Meet the Team
Our Team of Consultants
Mr Simon RadleyBMI Priory & BMI Droitwich Spa Hospitals
Simon Radley graduated from the University of Birmingham in 1985 with Honors in Surgery. He undertook registrar surgical training in general surgery in the West Midlands and went on to complete specialist training at St. Marks Hospital in London. During his registrar surgical training he also undertook an overseas training fellowship to America visiting Boston, Minneapolis and The Mayo Clinic.
On completion of his registrar surgical training Simon took up a post as Senior Lecturer in Surgery at Birmingham University and the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham subsequently being appointed to the post of Consultant Surgeon in April 2002. As a consultant he has played a key role in introducing laparoscopic colorectal surgery to The Queen Elizabeth Hospital and to BMI The Priory Hospital.
Simon has been the Clinical Service Lead for General and Gastro-intestinal surgery at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital. Simon is a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of England.
He teaches regularly on a number of local, national and international courses and is regularly invited to lecture for at local, nation and international meetings. Simon has been a trainer in the national LAPCO training program teaching UK Consultant Surgeons how to perform laparoscopic bowel cancer surgery.
Simon practices at the BMI Priory & Droitwich Spa Hospitals. He has a wide experience of hernia surgery from simple hernias to more complex abdominal wall hernias, stomal and perineal hernias. Simon is a fully trained laparoscopic surgeon and offers laparoscopic repairs of inguinal, femoral, and incisional hernias where appropriate.
Mr Radley is also a member of The Endometriosis Clinic.
Mr Nigel SuggettBMI Priory Hospital & BMI Edgbaston Hospital
Mr Suggett studied medicine at Oxford University before completing his surgical training in the West Midlands and his higher degree at Birmingham University. He is a consultant and Clinical Service Lead for General Surgery at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham and practices at the Priory and BMI Edgbaston hospitals He has a particular interest in complex hernia surgery including massive and unusual hernias, lumbar hernias, parastomal hernias and those associated with intestinal failure attracting tertiary referrals from colleagues at the QE Hospital and elsewhere in the region. He is a fully trained laparoscopic surgeon and offers laparoscopic repairs of inguinal, femoral, incisional and other abdominal wall hernias where appropriate.
Mr Samuel FordBMI Priory & BMI Droitwich Spa Hospitals
Mr Samuel Ford is a consultant surgeon at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham. He graduated from the University of Birmingham in 2001 and undertook specialist surgical training throughout the South West in general and upper GI surgery. Sam was awarded a PhD in cancer biology from the University of Birmingham and his doctoral research was supported by the highly competitive Cancer Research UK Clinical Fellowship. Sam has also undertaken Fellowships in Sarcoma Surgery at the Istituto Nazionale dei Tumori in Milan and as the Royal College of Surgeons Sarcoma Fellow in Birmingham.
Sam is fully trained in laparoscopic and open operating with a specialist interest in complex cancer surgery which often involves major reconstruction of the abdominal and chest wall. Hernia surgery is a significant element to Sam’s practice and he offers repair of large and recurrent incisional hernias as well as inguinal, umbilical, femoral and more unusual hernias of the abdominal wall. He is experienced in laparoscopic techniques for hernia repair and will help decide if your hernia is suitable for this type of surgery.