This week, Spire Alexandra in Kent took delivery of their Rafaelo Device and will begin offering the service straight away, led by Mr William Garrett FRCS and Mr Neil Kukreja FRCS
Spire South Bank in Worcester has this month begun offering the Rafaelo Procedure under the expert guidance of two of their leading colorectal surgeons, Mr Amit Patel and Mr Miguel Zilvetti
Congratulations to Mr Stephen Warren and the team at BMI Cavell Hospital for successfully treating three more patients today with the Rafaelo Procedure. Mr Warren is the first Surgeon in North London to offer the Rafaelo Procedure and patients are already booked in for his next few lists.
Mrs Patel from Brighton tells the Daily Mail of her experience of Rafaelo and how it changed her life – click here
We are delighted to announce that Mr Steve Warren, consultant laparoscopic general and colorectal surgeon, is now offering The Rafaelo Procedure from his clinics at BMI Cavell and BMI Kings Oak, both hospitals located in Enfield.
Spire Harpenden is the next hospital within the Group to be offering The Rafaelo Procedure under the guidance of colorectal expert Mr Alla Amin. Many other Spire hospitals are due to start offering the treatment within coming weeks.
The colorectal team at UCH London, under the direction of leading colorectal surgeon Mr Richard Cohen, has begun a Pilot Study of The Rafaelo Procedure with a view to offering the treatment routinely within the NHS. It is anticipated that their findings will be published by the end of 2016.
Today a Kent based hospital hosted the latest Rafaelo Procedure as its take-up spreads across the South East, under the expertise of Mr Joseph Ellul. With new sites on course to share in the success of this revolutionary new treatment, we anticipate the widespread offering of The Rafaelo Procedure over the next few months.
The first Rafaelo Procedure to be carried out in Central London took place at BUPA Cromwell under the expert hand of Mr Amyn Haji, Consultant Colorectal Surgeon. The procedure was a complete success, the patient able to walk away immediately after the treatment and resume his daily activities, without any post operative pain.