Imperial College London


Faculty of MedicineFaculty of Medicine Centre

Honorary Clinical Lecturer



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St Marks HospitalNorthwick Park and St Marks Site





Colorectal Surgery

Kapil Sahnan is a Consultant Surgeon at St Mark's Hospital, London and a Senior Honorary Clinical Lecturer working in the Department of Surgery & Cancer at Imperial College London. 

He specialised in operating on patients with inflammatory bowel disease, complex proctology and Robotic surgery. He has trained as a surgeon in Oxford, Bristol, London and completed an ESCP/Intuitive accredited fellowship in robotic surgery at the Val D'Hebron Hospital, Barcelona.

He completed a teaching fellowship at Northwick Park Hospital, has experience in chairing national working groups and is an advisory board member and speaker for MedTech and the pharmaceutical industry.

He has specific expertise in:

  • The analysis of healthcare databases,
  • Patient and public involvement in research, 
  • Surgical innovation and healthcare technology. 



Deputy M, Pitman F, Sahnan K, et al., 2023, An early experience in robotic ileoanal pouch surgery with robotic intracorporeal single-stapled anastomosis (RiSSA) at a tertiary referral centre, Colorectal Disease, ISSN:1462-8910

Worley GHT, Vaughan-Shaw P, Sahnan K, 2023, Surgical management of ulcerative colitis, British Journal of Surgery, ISSN:0007-1323

Faheem W, Lin J, Nandra T, et al., 2023, Increasing frailty is associated with higher prevalence and reduced recognition of delirium in older hospitalised inpatients: results of a multi-centre study, European Geriatric Medicine, ISSN:1878-7649

Pata F, Di Martino M, Podda M, et al., 2023, Correction: Evolving Trends in the Management of Acute Appendicitis During COVID-19 Waves: The ACIE Appy II Study., World J Surg, Vol:47

NIHR Global Health Unit on Global Surgery, COVIDSurg Collaborative, 2022, Elective surgery system strengthening: development, measurement, and validation of the surgical preparedness index across 1632 hospitals in 119 countries., The Lancet, Vol:400, ISSN:0140-6736, Pages:1607-1617

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