The St Marks Centre for Familial Cancer

About Us

The St Mark’s Centre for Familial Intestinal Cancer (incorporating the Polyposis Registry and Family Cancer Clinic) is run by a team of specialists consisting of Colorectal Surgeons, Gastroenterologists, Nurse Practitioners, Nurse Specialists and Administrators. The team works together to ensure prompt diagnosis and surveillance of patients with a genetic condition associated with bowel cancer or from a family at high risk of bowel and other cancers.

Our Services

We look after individuals and their families throughout their healthcare journey. We also provide education for healthcare professionals and the public and actively carry out research. If you are referred to us we will look after you and your family.

Help us continue our life saving research

Thinking of setting yourself a challenge, completing a marathon or simply want to know how you can help? Please consider fundraising for St Mark’s Centre for Familial Intestinal Cancer. Although we are mainly funded and staffed by the NHS, fundamental aspects to our work (such as our patient database) are still privately funded. Fundraising is essential to allow us to continue our life saving research and provide the best possible care to our patients.

Location: The St Mark’s Centre for Familial Intestinal Cancer is based in Central Middlesex Hospital Site, Acton Lane, Park Royal. St Mark’s is a world-renowned specialist hospital for patients with gastrointestinal conditions.

St Mark’s Hospital
Central Middlesex
Acton Lane
Park Royal
NW10 7NS

Key Contacts

Email: LNWH-tr.SMCFIC@nhs.net
Telephone: +44 (0) 208 453 2656
Twitter: @PolyposisRegUK

Website: www.polyposisandlynch.com

 

The Team

Professor Sue Clark
Clinical Director & Consultant Surgeon (Polyposis Registry)

Professor Huw Thomas
Clinical Director & Consultant Gastroenterologist (Family Cancer Clinic)

Dr. Andrew Latchford
Assistant Clinical Director (Polyposis Registry) & Consultant Gastroenterologist

Dr. Kevin Monahan
Consultant Gastroenterologist

Professor Omar Faiz
Consultant Colorectal Surgeon

Mr. Ashish Sinha
Consultant Colorectal Surgeon

Dr. Warren Hyer
Consultant Paediatric Gastroenterologist 

Vicky Cuthill
Nurse Consultant and Manager

Ripple Man
Specialist Nurse Endoscopist

Laura Monje-Garcia
Nurse Practitioner and Lynch Syndrome Project National Lead Nurse

Jackie Hawkins
Paediatric Nurse Practitioner

Jeshu Chauhan 
Nurse Practitioner

Menna Hawkins
Nurse Practitioner

James Cockburn
Nurse Practitioner

Cherryl Cabalit
Nurse Practitioner

 

 

Administrative Team

Carleen Tsolu – Lead Administrator

Kalpana Shah

Sandra Soares

Ornela Bolenge

Louisa Adjei Tawiah – Family History and MDT Coordinator 

Further Information

These leaflets are available to provide information on various aspects of familial risk of colorectal cancer:

Other pages:
History of the Polyposis Registry
Polyposis Information Day
Lynch Syndrome Information Evening