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Mr Charles Evans

Colorectal Surgery

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Special Interests

Colorectal surgery, Gastrointestinal, Robotic surgery, Colonoscopy, Hernia surgery, Incisional hernias, HALO Radiofrequency Ablation, Diverticular disease, Bloating, Bowel cancer, Bowel resection surgery, Inguinal hernia, Haemorrhoids, Femoral hernias, Umbilical hernias

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Mr Charles Evans is a Colorectal Surgeon at King Edward VII's Hospital and Head of Gastrointestinal Surgery at the University Hospitals of Coventry and Warwickshire. {{ label }}

He is a leading consultant general surgeon and one of a small number of UK surgeons specially trained in robotic surgical techniques. He specialises in robotic rectal cancer surgery and is an international trainer in robotic colorectal surgery training across Europe and the UK.

Mr Evans has a wide practice covering hernia surgery, diagnostic and interventional endoscopy, bowel resection for cancerous and non-cancerous conditions, anal fissure and fistula, haemorrhoids, and appendix removal.

Mr Evans completed basic surgical training in London and was awarded an MD from the University of London, following research into colorectal cancer and minimally invasive surgery. He undertook higher surgical training at the Oxford Deanery, following which he was selected for the National Ethicon Fellowship in Advanced Colorectal Surgery. He completed his training with a further fellowship in complex colorectal surgery at St Mark’s Hospital, London. He has an interest in perianal conditions including haemorrhoids, fistula, and fissures. He performs laparoscopic and open hernia repairs and holds specialist accreditation for therapeutic colonoscopies.

Mr Evans is committed to the development, research and training of robotic colorectal surgery, acting as a member of both the Royal College of Surgeons of England and The Association Of Coloproctology Of Great Britain And Ireland’s robotic committees. He helps to guide and develop national research and training projects.

He continues to have an active role in surgical research, presenting at national and international conferences. At University Hospital Coventry and Warwickshire, he is heavily involved in research focusing on early cancer detection and advances in robotic surgical techniques.

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