Sas Banerjee Consultant General, Colorectal & Laparorscopic Surgeon
Sas BanerjeeConsultant General, Colorectal & Laparorscopic Surgeon

How to contact us

Sas Banerjee - Consultant General, Colorectal & Laparoscopic Surgeon


Twitter @sasbanerjee


Private Secretary

Alice Martin-Lumbard

Phone: 02080161186

Fax: 01245200699




Please also take note of the emergency cover plan.

Consultation location & times

Harley Street at Queens

Queens Hospital

Romford RM7 0AG

Phone 01708 435237


Spire Hartswood

Brentwood, Essex CM13 3LE

Phone 01277 232525


Holly House Hospital

Buckhurst Hill, Essex IG9 5HX

Phone 0208 5053311



The world of medicine is in a state of constant flux. This is where we will provide you with a selection of interesting news about the medical world and our practice.

GDPR May 2018

You may have heard about the new General Data Protection Regulation ("GDPR") that comes into effect on 25th May 2018.


We confirm that we will comply with the provisions of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) when processing personal data about patients cared for through this Practice.

Mr Banerjee is registered with ICO (Information Controllers Office) and is the Data Controller (DC) and Mrs Lisa Quirk and Mrs V Banerjee are Data Processors (DP) for the Practice.

Processing means:

  • obtaining, recording or holding personal data; or

  • carrying out any operation or set of operations on personal data, including collecting and storage, organising, adapting, altering, using, disclosure (by any means) or removing (by any means) from the records manual and digital

The information we obtain, process, use and disclose will be necessary for:

  • the performance of the care provision

  • to comply with our legal and regulatory compliance and crime prevention

  • contacting you with details of other services where you have consented to us doing so

    other legitimate interests relating to protection against potential claims and disciplinary action against us

Health Related Links

Patient choice

Since 1 April 2008, you have the right to choose the hospital you want to be treated at.

A dramatic expansion of patient choice in the NHS got under way in April 2008.

Surveys have consistently shown that patients want choice. The 2005 British Social Attitudes survey revealed that 65% of patients said they wanted choice of treatment, 63% wanted a choice of hospital and 53% welcomed a choice of appointment time.


The introduction of free choice means that patients referred to see a specialist can choose where they will be treated. They can choose from any hospital that meets NHS standards.


Under free choice, if you and your GP decide that you need to see a specialist, you'll be able to choose the hospital that best suits your needs. 


Should you have any questions, please get in touch with us.  We'll be happy to help.



Important emergency telephone numbers:

Service Telephone number




NHS Non Urgent








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