Private paediatric general surgery London

Based at Evelina London Children’s Hospital, our consultant paediatric surgeons specialise in diagnosing and managing a range of childhood conditions, from routine procedures to complex cases.

We have a wide range of the latest diagnostic testing for babies, children and young adults which enables us to investigate congenital and acquired conditions. Early diagnosis gives us time to plan care for children and innovative surgery gives life-changing care to young patients.

Specialist surgery for children

As part of our subspecialist service for paediatric surgical patients, our multidisciplinary team provide comprehensive care for a variety of conditions including:

  • hernia repair (including inguinal hernia surgery and umbilical hernia surgery)
  • removal of digits
  • circumcision
  • undescended testicles
  • thoracic surgery (including congenital lung lesions)
  • upper gastrointestinal surgery (including fundoplication, splenectomy and cholecystectomy)
  • lower gastrointestinal surgery (including Hirschsprung’s disease treatment, anorectal malformations, constipation and inflammatory bowel disease)
  • neonatal surgery
  • feeding difficulties
  • tongue tie.

Staying with us

Being in hospital can be a difficult time for children. At Evelina London there’s always something going on. From free TV, radio and WiFi services to  special visitors in the form of our friendly therapy dogs, there’s something for everyone during your stay.

Play areas

There is a fun play area on the ground floor of the hospital with a big slide and lots of toys and games. Children may play here if they are waiting to see a doctor or nurse.

There are also play areas on the wards with books, games and computers to play on. Your nurse can show you where the nearest one is to your bed.


World renowned paediatric surgeons

Working as part of a multi-disciplinary team, our consultants are leaders in their field, dedicated to achieving optimal outcomes for children of all ages, ranging from infants through to teenagers.

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