Mr Ashish Rohatgi


Upper gastrointestinal laparoscopic & general surgeon


Mr Ashish Rohatgi is a highly skilled and respected consultant upper gastrointestinal laparoscopic and general surgeon situated in London. He specializes in surgical procedures for oesophageal and gastric cancer, gallstones, gastric reflux, and hernias. Currently, he practices at the University College London Hospital and the Whipps Cross Hospital.

In addition to his expertise in biliary disease, Mr Rohatgi obtained his MBBS from the prestigious Maulana Azad Medical College in India in 1993. This significant achievement propelled him to successfully complete a FRCS at the Royal College of Surgeons Edinburgh in 2005.

During his specialist training and fellowship in upper gastrointestinal laparoscopic and general surgery in the South East Thames region, Mr Rohatgi worked in two prominent oesophagogastric cancer units. Throughout his training, he gained extensive experience in treating various oesophageal and gastric conditions, developing a notable interest in different types of resection for oesophagogastric cancer, which has established his reputation in the field today. Apart from his clinical responsibilities, Mr Rohatgi actively engages in research, with over 25 publications and presentations to his credit, further contributing to his esteemed medical career.

Professional experience

• Consultant upper gastrointestinal laparoscopic & general surgeon, private practices (present)
• Consultant upper gastrointestinal laparoscopic & general surgeon, University College London Hospital (present)
• Consultant upper gastrointestinal laparoscopic & general surgeon, Whipps Cross Hospital, Bart’s Health NHS Trust (2010 – present)


• Oesophageal cancer
• Gastric cancer surgery
• Gallstones
• Gastric reflux
• Hiatus hernia
• Hernias
• Biliary disease
• Gastroscopy


• MBBS, Maulana Azad Medical College, India (1993)
• FRCS, Royal College of Surgeons Edinburgh (2005)

Publications and conferences

• Singh KK, Rohatgi A, Rybinkina I, McCulloch P, Mudan S. Laparoscopic Gastrectomy for Gastric cancer- Early experience in the Elderly. Surg Endosc. 2008 Apr;22(4):1002-7.
• Rohatgi A, Forshaw MJ, Sutcliffe RP, Strauss DC, Mason RC. Training in Oesophageal Surgery– The Gold Standard ? Int J Surg. 2008 June; 6: 230-233.
• Sutcliffe RP, Tandon R, Forshaw MJ, Rohatgi A, Strauss DC, Botha AJ, Mason RC. Anastomotic strictures and delayed gastric emptying after oesophagectomy. Dis Esophagus. 2008;21:712-7.
• Rohatgi A, Forshaw MJ, Sutcliffe RP, Strauss DC, Mason RC. Technique and tips for Transhiatal oesophagectomy. Surgeon 2008 Dec;6: 335-40.
• Sutcliffe RP, Forshaw MJ, Datta G, Rohatgi A, Strauss DC, Mason RC, Botha AJ. Surgical Management of Boerhaave’s Syndrome in a Tertiary Oesophagogastric Centre. Ann R Coll Surg Engl. 2009 Apr 30.
• irnezami R, Rohatgi A, Sutcliffe RP, Hamouda A, Mason RC. Transhiatal Esophagectomy: Treatment of choice for High Grade Dysplasia. Eur J Cardiothorac Surg. 2009 Aug;36(2):364-7.
• Mirnezami R, Rohatgi A, Sutcliffe RP, Hamouda A, Chandrakumaran K, Botha A, Mason RC. Multivariate Analysis of Clinicopathological Factors Influencing Survival Following Esophagectomy for Cancer. Int J Surg. 2009 Nov 6.


1. Liverpool St Digestive Centre

A couple of minutes outside Liverpool St Station, this excellent facility is conveniently located for private gastroenterology consultations in London. This facility is open during the evenings making it an excellent choice for busy professionals.  

23 Widegaste St, E17HP 

2. The London Clinic

20 Devonshire Pl, Marylebone, W1G 6BW, Central London

3. The Holly Private Hospital

High Rd, IG9 5HX, Buckhurst Hill

4. The Wellington Hospital

Wellington Place, NW8 9SQ, Central London

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