Miss Sarah Mills, Consultant Colorectal Surgeon

Miss Sarah Mills

Consultant Colorectal Surgeon

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Miss Sarah Mills BMBCh BSc (Hons) MD (Res) FRCS (Gen Surg)

Consultant Colorectal Surgeon

BMBCh BSc (Hons) MD (Res) FRCS (Gen Surg)

Miss Sarah Mills

Consultant Colorectal Surgeon BMBCh BSc (Hons) MD (Res) FRCS (Gen Surg)

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BMBCh BSc (Hons) MD (Res) FRCS (Gen Surg)

Areas of expertise

  • Anal fistula surgery
  • Bowel cancer
  • Colorectal cancer
  • Endoscopy
  • Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD)

Recommendations for Miss Mills

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  • byMr James Smellie, General Surgeon

    Recommended general surgeon

  • byMr James Smellie, General Surgeon

    Recommended general surgeon

  • Address

    • The Lister Hospital

      Chelsea Bridge Road, London, SW1W 8RH

    About Miss Sarah Mills

    GMC number: 4529930

    Year qualified: 1998

    Place of primary qualification: Oxford University

    Miss Sarah Mills is a highly esteemed colorectal surgeon based at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital. She also offers private consultations and treatments at The Lister Hospital, Chelsea Outpatient Centre, and Sydney Street Outpatients and Diagnostic Centre. Miss Mills specialises in colorectal cancer, laparoscopic surgery, TAMIS for early rectal cancer, inflammatory bowel disease, interventional colonoscopy, and haemorrhoids.

    After graduating from Oxford University Medical School in 1998, Miss Mills completed her surgical training in Oxford, London, and Melbourne. She further honed her expertise through colorectal fellowships at the Royal Adelaide Hospital in Australia and St Mark’s Hospital in London. Her dedication to advancing medical knowledge earned her an MD for her research on the immunology of inflammatory bowel disease. In 2016, she was appointed as an Honorary Senior Lecturer in the Department of Surgery and Cancer at Imperial College London.

    Miss Mills is a JAG-accredited endoscopist and is at the forefront of developing new techniques for treating complex polyps and early rectal cancers. She currently serves as the Chair of the Endoscopy Committee of the ACPGBI, a national position that underscores her leadership in the field.

    In addition to her clinical work, Miss Mills is actively involved in clinical research and has been extensively published in peer-reviewed journals. She is a sought-after speaker, regularly presenting her work at national and international conferences. Her passion for global health drives her to teach courses for surgeons, anaesthetists, and nurses in low and middle-income countries in Africa.

    Miss Mills is proficient in a wide range of procedures and treatments, including appendicectomy, colorectal surgery, endoscopy, laparoscopy, skin lesion removal and treatments, abdominoperineal resection, bowel diversion surgery, colectomy, proctocolectomy, and transanal endoscopic microsurgery (TEM). She treats various conditions such as appendicitis, bowel cancer, anal cancer, anal fistula, bowel obstruction, colon cancer, diverticulitis, haemorrhoids, inflammatory bowel disease, pilonidal sinus disorders, and rectal cancer.

    Miss Sarah Mills continues to make significant contributions to the field of colorectal surgery, combining her clinical expertise with a commitment to research and education.

    Professional memberships

    Royal College of Surgeons
    Association of Surgeons of Great Britain and Ireland
    International Development Committee
    Leaders in Oncology Care

    Articles by Miss Sarah Mills

    Polley ac, mulholland f, pin c, williams ea, bradburn dm, mills sj, mathers jc, johnson itproteomic analysis reveals field-wide changes in protein expression in the morphologically normal mucosa of patients with colorectal neoplasia

    Are there biological differences between screen-detected and interval colorectal cancers in the english bowel cancer screening programme?

    Screen-detected colorectal cancers are associated with an improved outcome compared with stage-matched interval cancers

    Comparison of screen-detected and interval colorectal cancers in the bowel cancer screening programme

    Involvement of surgical trainees in surgery for colorectal cancer and their effect on outcome

    Effect of the circumferential resection margin on survival following rectal cancer surgery

    Impact of deprivation on short- and long-term outcomes after colorectal cancer surgery

    Port site necrotising fasciitis following laparoscopic appendicectomy

    Clerically delivered triage of colorectal referrals: does it work?

    Volume-outcome analysis of colorectal cancer-related outcomes