“Dear prospective patient,
From the very outset, Centre for Surgery aims to deliver a level of surgical care which matches and even exceeds the level of care available at the world’s leading academic medical centres. We adopt the case conference approach to help you make decisions about your care. All cases are discussed at our weekly case conference of surgeons. Open and transparent discussion fosters collaborative working to ensure compliance with international standards of best practice.
How do we ensure your care is quality-assured?
We continually audit our treatment outcomes against our five fundamental standards for service delivery. Our services should be:
Our treatment philosophy is underpinned by surgical innovation; exemplary surgeon-led and managed care ensures you get customised treatment tailored to your needs.
Our surgeons take a proactive approach to improving care in developing countries. To this end, we are committed to supporting three innovative projects in the developing countries each year. An example of our project planned for 2016 include acting as specialist advisors for an innovative reconstructive surgery unit for victims of trauma and burns in Pakistan.
Please feel free to contact a member of our team for further information or to book a consultation.
Dr Emil Gadimaliyev MBBS MRCS MBA FRSA
Centre for Surgery
Our model for healthcare delivery follows the latest international best practice guidelines. We have condensed this accumulated wisdom into five key principles which we term ‘our fundamental standards’.
They’re at the heart of the way we operate and they help us to make sure we focus on the things that matter most to patients and their families.
You receive healthcare that puts patient safety at the heart of your treatment plan and therefore avoiding all preventable complications
Your care, treatment and support should help to ensure outstanding health outcomes, helping you to achieve and maintain an optimal quality of life and is based on the best available scientific and clinical evidence.
Our medical team will involve you in the important decisions underpinning your care and treat you with compassion, kindness, dignity and respect.
Our services are organised so that they meet your needs and preferences – the hallmark of truly customised healthcare.
The leadership, management and governance of our organisation make sure we are providing high-quality healthcare that’s based around your individual needs, that it encourages learning and innovation, and that it promotes an open and fair culture.
Promoting good surgical care in developing countries
The trust has been established in the UK by Centre for Surgery director Emil Gadimaliyev. Using UK derived donations and charitable contributions, the objective is to develop surgical care in developing countries.