Gall Bladder Surgery

Gall Bladder Surgery at Buckshaw Hospital

Laparoscopic cholecystectomy is the removal of your gall bladder using keyhole surgery.

Gallstones and biliary dyskinesia are common problems. At Ramsay Health Care UK, our experienced and skilled surgeons regularly perform laparoscopic cholecystectomy to remove your gallbladder to relieve your pain and allow you to eat a normal diet.

We offer fast access to appointments so you won’t have to wait for an appointment to see a consultant specialist or for your treatment if required.

Our Ramsay hospitals offer the latest in technology for your surgery. Many of our hospitals have endoscopy unit that are dedicated areas for endoscopy procedures such as a Laparoscopy cholecystectomy. Our endoscopy units have JAG accreditation for high-quality endoscopy services.

We are committed to providing safe care when you visit one of our hospitals. Every Ramsay hospital follows strict protocols to control and prevent infection, including Covid 19.

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