Glasgow Colorectal Centre

Scotland's premier private health centre of excellence for colorectal problems

Expert rapid diagnosis and treatment in Scotland's most advanced private health care hospital

Glasgow Colorectal Centre

Our aim is to provide the highest quality medical care, providing a leading edge service to treat the complete range of benign and malignant colorectal disorders

Our highly qualified colorectal team provide a comprehensive and integrated service

Glasgow Colorectal Centre

Excellence in colorectal surgery, from initial assessment through to diagnosis and clinical care of all bowel problems

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Scotland’s Premier Colorectal Surgery & Colonoscopy Clinic

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The Glasgow Colorectal Centre is dedicated to provide excellence in colorectal surgery, from initial assessment through to diagnosis and clinical care of all bowel problems.

The Glasgow Colorectal Centre team of nationally recognised colorectal surgeons provide a comprehensive, integrated and multidisciplinary approach to the management of colorectal and bowel problems for patients.   

Our team of consultant colorectal surgeons work closely with a dedicated team of gastroenterologists, anaesthetists, radiologists, pathologists and oncologists. The centre is based at BMI Ross Hall hospital in Glasgow, Scotland and is supported by a highly trained and committed team of theatre, ward, intensive care, oncology and specialist nurses.

Together, we aim is to provide the highest quality medical care, providing a leading edge service using the latest technology and techniques to enable rapid and accurate diagnosis with colonoscopy and scans to treatment of both basic and complex colorectal and anorectal problems.

Led by consultant colorectal surgeons Richard Molloy and Graham MacKay, our team has extensive experience in managing the entire spectrum of colorectal disorders, from initial investigations including diagnostic, therapeutic and screening colonoscopy to treating a wide range of conditions from pile (haemorrhoids) and pilonidal sinus operations to complex surgery for bowel cancer and inflammatory bowel disease. We have a special expertise in minimally invasive surgery (MIS) including the THD/HALO procedure for haemorrhoids and laparoscopic colorectal surgery, which facilitates enhanced recovery after surgery (ERAS).

We are recognised by all the major insurers and Ross Hall hospital offer attractive self-pay fixed price packages to cover everything from simple investigations to diagnostic procedures such as colonoscopy, CT scans and a full range of colorectal operations. The cost of a fixed price package for a Screening Colonoscopy is as low as £1,614. This includes the hospital and consultant fee as the cost of  laboratory analysis of any biopsies. It also includes a follow up consultation.


Colorectal surgeon and nurse talking to patient after a laparoscopic colorectal surgery to remove a bowel cancer

Dedicated team  of  colorectal surgeons supported by a skilled & highly trained team of doctors, nurses and support staff, committed to providing the highest quality medical and nursing care

Surgeons performing surgery for piles


Experienced expert colorectal surgery team with extensive and up to the minute training and experience in the management of colorectal and anorectal problems

Mature couple smiling following colonoscopy


Utilising the latest technology and keyhole surgery techniques including diagnostic and screening colonoscopy and THD/HALO treatment of piles


   Conditions treated

Anal Abscess

Bowel Cancer

Crohn’s Disease

Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)

Pruritus Ani

Anal Cancer

Bowel Screening

Colorectal Cancer

Laparoscopic  Colorectal Surgery

Rectal Cancer

Anal Fistula

Bowel / Colon Polyps

Diverticular Disease

Chemotherapy for colorectal cancer

Rectal Prolapse

Anal / Faecal Incontinence

Bowel  problems


Bowel Cancer and Red Meat Consumption

Sacral Nerve Stimulation (SNS)

Anal Skin Tags


Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD)


THD & HALO for Haemorrhoids

Anal Warts


FIT Bowel Screening Test

Pilonidal Sinus Disease

Ulcerative Colitis

Glasgow Colorectal Centre with silhouette of the Glasgow skyline including the SECC and the Finnieston crane and reflection in the river Clyde

Glasgow Colorectal Centre,  

providing excellence in Colorectal care

Glasgow Colorectal Centre is Scotland’s premier private health centre of excellence for managing colorectal & bowel problems. Our team of highly qualified colorectal surgeons provide a comprehensive and integrated service with a multidisciplinary approach to the management of all bowel problems, including diagnostic and screening colonoscopy, treatment of problematic piles, and more complex conditions

Bowel cancer treatment

 What our patients think....

                  I truly thank you for your kindness and dedication over the past four years. The excellent sugical procedure and aftercare could not have been better. CB Feb 2018.

 Just wanted to thank you and your wonderful staff for the excellent care & attention I received during my recent stay. I have no doubt that you saved my life and the professionalism of the nurses and the lovely atmosphere in the ward almost certainly contributed to my recovery. Carry on the good work with grateful thanks. MA October 2013

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