Peninsula HPB Surgery
Peninsula HPB Surgery

What do we do and who are our patients?


As an HPB surgical unit we deal with several groups of patients:



Patients with cancer, also called 'malignant' disease. Cancer can affect the liver, pancreas, bile ducts and the gallbladder. If it is possible, we will do our best to remove the cancer surgically.


Patients with 'benign' (non-cancerous) conditions affecting these organs.


Patients with common conditions such as gallstones and several different types of hernia.


As part of a larger group of 'general surgeons' we deal with patients with abdominal diseases requiring emergency surgery.



Two of the team also perform kidney transplant operations.



Please click below, or on the tabs at the top of the page, to read more about these conditions and the operations to treat them.




All four HPB consultant surgeons can be contacted as follows:


Derriford Hospital, Plymouth


01752 432071


Nuffield Hospital, Plymouth


01752 761812


Peninsula Treatment Centre,

Care UK, Plymouth


0333 321 1953


Please contact us at the hospital where you are being treated. We shall do our best to answer your queries as quickly as possible.


Each patient is different.


We have tried to be as accurate as possible with the information in this website.


However, each patient is different, so some information may not apply to your specific circumstances.




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