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BMI The Priory

BMI The Priory Hospital in Birmingham is part of BMI Healthcare, Britain’s largest provider of independent healthcare with a nationwide network of hospitals performing more complex surgery than any other private healthcare provider in the country.

Whether routine investigations, advanced surgical procedures or paedriatic services, The Priory attracts some of the country’s most eminent surgeons and highly regarded specialist clinics.  It is not surprising then, that international patients from all over the world choose to go there.

As the largest independent provider of acute surgical services, BMI Healthcare has been at the forefront of the drive to improve clinical and non-clinical service standards across the independent sector.  They aim to provide the highest standards in all aspects of patient care.

The Upper GI Surgery Team at BMI The Priory are leading experts in GORD and surgery for reflux. This form will ensure that you make contact with the right person at the hospital. The surgeon’s secretary will contact you within two working days.

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Please complete the form below to be contacted

Priory Road
West Midlands
B5 7UG

+44 (0) 121 440 2323

Mr Rishi Singhal MBBS MRCS FRCS MD

After completing his CCT in General Surgery, Mr Singhal undertook a national fellowship in bariatric surgery at the Musgrove Park Hospital, Taunton. He has experience in benign upper gastrointestinal surgery, bariatric surgery and resectional surgery for oesophago-gastric cancers.

He has published over 35 manuscripts with 24 first author publication, co-authored several book chapters and has been invited as a faculty member in numerous international bariatric conferences.

Mr Singhal has ongoing research interests in bariatric surgery including its metabolic effects, resting energy expenditure and gut hormone changes in morbidly obese patients and epidemiology of obesity in the UK and the effect of socio-economic deprivation. He also researches day case surgery for the treatment of reflux disease, gall stone disease and obesity. He is also a reviewer for the British Journal of Surgery. He has authored and contributed to a large number of published articles including an analysis of gastric band slippage and erosion following laparoscopic gastric banding and on the metabolic outcomes of obesity surgery patients with diabetes.