Basingstoke and North Hampshire Hospital Team

Mr Tom Cecil

Consultant surgeon /

Colorectal lead clinician

01256 486702
Mr Brendan Moran Consultant surgeon 01256 314709
Mr Steve Arnold Consultant surgeon 01256 486748
Mr Arcot Venkatsubramaniam Consultant surgeon 01256 314752
Mr Faheez Mohamed Consultant surgeon 01256 486719
Mr Kandiah Chandrakumaran

Associate specialist /

Colorectal data lead

Mr Mahesh Daniel Associate Specialist  
Emily Arbuthnot-Smith Lead cancer manager 01256 313420
Nichola Richards  Colorectal clinical nurse specialist  01256 314807
Helen Cameron   Colorectal clinical nurse specialist  01256 314807
Emma Maltby  Stoma clinical nurse specialist  01256 313565
Patricia Green  Stoma clinical nurse specialist  01256 313565


Royal Hampshire County Hospital Team

Mr Andrew Miles Consultant surgeon 01962 825054
Mr David Marcus Gore Consultant surgeon 01962 825054
Mr Tim Moore Consultant surgeon 01962 825054
Mr Maged Shata Associate specialist  
Gemma Hobday Colorectal clinical nurse specialist / Lead colorectal enhanced recovery nurse  
Sarah Carter Colorectal clinical nurse specialist  
Sue Rees Stoma nurse  
Georgina Roger-Smith Stoma nurse  
Debbie Wills Colorectal Co-ordinator  
Donna McCabe Mr Gore / Mr Shata secretary 01962 825054
Katy Kilgannon Mr Miles secretary 01962 825054


Hampshire Hospital's colorectal service is provided by a dedicated team of senior doctors, clinical fellows, junior doctors, clinical nurse specialists, nurses and administrative staff. The department cares for patients suffering with all forms of colorectal conditions.

Our aim is to provide the highest possible quality of care to both our local population and patients travelling from out of area for our specialized services.

As part of the general surgery department the colorectal service provides care for both elective patients and those admitted as emergencies. Our service has a broad range including;

  • Emergency care / Surgery
  • Elective care / Surgery
  • Cancer care / Surgery
  • Laparoscopic colorectal cancer surgery
  • Tertiary referral centre for Peritoneal surface disease
  • Management of low rectal cancer
  • Endoscopy
  • Outpatients
  • Stoma care

The colorectal service has close links in working practice and through multi-disciplinary team meetings (MDT’s) with an extensive range of services through out the hospital and Central South Coast Cancer Network (CSCCN). Some of these include

  • Medical and clinical oncology
  • Gastroenterology / Endoscopy
  • National Bowel Screening Programme
  • Palliative care
  • Pelican Foundation
  • Hepatobiliary service

Equality Service Profile - January to March 2013

This report provides a profile of the patients who access this service from an Equality perspective.  If you have any questions regarding this report, please do not hesitate to contact either the services Operational Services Manager or Clinical Services Manager.

Colorectal services report

Follow-up appointments

When you attend your outpatient appointment, your clinician may decide that they need to see you again and you should be able to book a future appointment at the outpatient reception desk.

Alternatively, he or she may discharge you back to your GP as they may be better placed to support your future care.

For some patients, particularly after an operation, the clinician may prefer to give you the choice. If this is the case, he or she will explain this to you and suggest that, if you still have symptoms, are in pain or feel that you need to be seen again, you can contact the booking team to request a patient-initiated follow up.

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