Colorectal and Robotic Surgery Centre

Wellington Place , St John's Wood , London, NW8 9LE
Mr Danilo Miskovic and Mr Charles Evans have formed the Colorectal & Robotic Surgery Centre based at The Wellington Hospital delivering one of the UKs leading colorectal and robotic surgical service. 

Both surgeons are national experts and trainers in robotic colorectal practice with a broad range of experience in the minimally invasive treatment of colon and rectal cancer, inflammatory bowel disease, diverticular disease, functional bowel disorders and abdominal hernias. 

Together, that have shared values of meeting each individual patient’s needs. They believe in a multidisciplinary approach to complex problems aiming to give patients the best treatment journey possible.

Unparalleled expertise

Danilo Miskovic General Surgery HCA UK

Mr Danilo Miskovic PhD MD FRCS

Consultant Colorectal Surgeon

Charles Evans General Surgery HCA UK

Mr Charles Evans MBBS MD FRCS

Consultant Colorectal and General Surgeon

The da Vinci© Surgical System

The Colorectal & Robotic Surgery Centre brings together two of the UKs most experienced colorectal robotic surgeons, who regularly teach surgeons from all over the world.

Supported by highly skilled surgical and specialist nursing teams, and using the latest Da Vinci X robot, the service offers a multidisciplinary approach to care were patients benefit from the combined unmatched expertise of Mr Danilo Miskovic and Mr Charles Evans our team, achieving the best possible outcome for our patients.

The patient benefits of laparoscopic and robotic surgery:

  • A reduced hospital stay
  • Eating solids sooner
  • Less pain following surgery
  • Less pain relief needed
  • A smaller incision required
  • Ability to be mobile, sooner

How getting checked early saved my life

60-year-old Mike from Buckinghamshire had been having regular annual health check-ups, but also used the NHS FIT kit in July. He received the result very quickly and was told that his screening showed traces of blood. After having multiple scans and tests over the next 20 days, doctors soon discovered that Mike had developed bowel cancer.

After being told robotics surgery was not available to Mike in the NHS Trust he attended, Mike’s wife, Geraldine, began researching into other facilities that could - The Wellington Hospital, home to the Colorectal and Robotic Surgery Centre being one of those facilities. Mike then contacted his work healthcare service and asked to book in an appointment with Consultant Colorectal Surgeon, Mr Danilo Miskovic, to discuss how robotics surgery would work.

Robot assisted hernia surgery

One of Mr Evans's patients share their experience of undergoing robotic-assisted surgery for a hernia.

The patient was first diagnosed with a large hernia by the NHS between at the end of 2021. At the time, there was a two-to-three year wait list on the NHS for operations due to the pandemic. In the summer of 2022, the patient decided to use her work health insurance to solve the condition.

"I wasn't referred to Mr Evans for a private consultation, but I proposed this to speed up the process in getting back to normal. As I was waiting to reschedule my surgery, my insurer suggested I could set up a private meeting with Mr Evans via his secretary." recalls the patient.

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0203 214 3440
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