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Kesava Reddy Mannur: Consultant General Surgeon and Obesity Surgeon, London

Kesava Reddy Mannur
Consultant General Surgeon and Obesity Surgeon, London: Kesava Reddy Mannur

Consultant GI and Obesity Surgeon in London with an interest in upper GI, obesity, weight loss and laparoscopic surgery including hernia repair, cholecystectomy, fundoplication for gastro-oesophageal reflux/heartburn, laproscopic gastrectomy, and oesophagectomy.


Mr Kesava Reddy Mannur BSc, MBBS, FRCS, FRCS (gen surg) is an experienced Upper GI surgeon who has been performing advanced laparoscopic surgery since 1990 and obesity surgery/weight loss surgery since 1998. He is Director of Bariatric Surgery at the Homerton University Hospital


He has been conducting training courses and Symposiums in Baritatric Surgery both in UK and India since 2004. He has performed more than 2000 weight loss surgeries.


Training and experience as an obesity surgeon

He trained in surgery in Cardiff, Stevenage, and at the Royal London and Middlesex Hospitals. Mr Mannur has been a consultant surgeon for 17 years. From 1991 to 1993 he developed laparoscopic surgery with Mr Oliver McAnena at the Royal London Hospital


Since 1994, he has conducted many courses in laparoscopic surgery in India. Since 2004, he has been conducting training courses and symposiums in bariatric surgery both in UK and India.


Mannur video

Watch videos about obesity surgery

Mr Kesava Reddy Mannur has provided a number of videos about obesity surgery.


In the videos, past patients speak of the obesity treatments that they have undergone and the efforts taken by Mr Mannur to provide the treatment and care.


Click here to watch the obesity surgery videos 


He improved his techniques in obesity surgery by working with Prof Cardiere in Belgium, Dr Hendrix in Antwerp, Prof Michelle Gagner in New York and Dr Kelvin Higa in Fresno, California. 

Kesava Mannur with Prof Gagner

He has private practices at the BMI London Independent Hospital, Spire Roding Hospital at Redbridge, Holly House Hospital at Buckhurst Hill, The Wellington Hospital and at The London Clinic,120 Harley Street, London.


Clinical and research interests - obesity surgery

His main interest is obesity surgery especially revisional surgery. 


Accreditation and admitting rights at private hospitals

Mr Mannur is an accredited consultant for  the UK's leading private healthcare providers and private hospitals, including Spire Healthcare and HCA Hospitals.

Spire admitting rights


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Contact details

BMI London Independent Hospital, 1 Beaumont Square
Stepney Green, London

E1 4NL

Tel: 020 8989 8702 (Appointments)

Fax: 020 8989 8702

Email: kmannur@gmail.com

Website: www.londonobesitycentre.com



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Areas of expertise

Specialist interests

  • Obesity surgery 
  • Weight loss surgery 
  • Metabolic surgery 
  • Revisional surgery 
  • Gastric bypass 
  • Gastric  sleeve 
  • Band to sleeve 
  • Band to bypass 
  • Duodenal switch


Qualifications and memberships


  • BSc

  • MBBS

  • FRCS

  • FRCS


Professional memberships

  • British Obesity and Metabolic Surgical Society (BOMSS)

  • International Federation for the Surgery of obesity and Metabolic Disorders (IFSO)

  • Association of Laparoscopic Surgeons (ALS)

  • Association of Upper GI surgeons of Great Britain and Ireland (AUGIS)

  • Association of Surgeons of Great Britain and Ireland (ASGBI)

  • Royal Society of Medicine


Places of work and contact

BMI London Independent Hospital:   

Mon AM and Thurs evening 120


Harley Street, London: Fri 5 to 7.30pm  


Spire Roding Hospital, Redbridge: Tues 6.30 to 8pm Fri 12 – 1pm 


The Wellington Hospital, London: Thurs 6pm