Paediatric surgery

Anindya Niyogi image

Mr Anindya Niyogi

Consultant Paediatric Surgeon


Year qualified:


GMC No. or equivalent


Primary speciality:

Paediatric surgery

Specialist interests:

General Paediatric Surgery
Neonatal Surgery
Minimal Access Paediatric Surgery

Medical Education

Professional memberships:

General Medical Council
Royal College of Surgeons of England
European Board of Paediatric Surgeons
The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh's Faculty of Surgical Trainers
Academy of Medical Educators
British Medical Association
British Association of Paediatric Surgeons
British Association of Paediatric Endoscopic Surgeons
The Medical Defence Union

PA name:

Tracey Wray


0203 948 3151

Consulting address:

Guthrie Clinic
King's College Hospital
NHS Foundation Trust
Denmark Hill
London SE5 9RS

Clinic times:

Monday AM/PM

Consultation charges:

£250Initial consultation

£175Follow up consultation


Anindya Niyogi joined King’s College Hospital as a Consultant Paediatric Surgeon in November 2020. He also provides outreach services at Medway Maritime Hospital in Gillingham, and Maidstone Hospital in Kent.

He was trained in 7 major paediatric surgical centres in the UK with a broad subspecialty experience. He obtained the Certificate of Completion of Training (CCT) in September 2018 after completing speciality registrar training from the Great North Children’s Hospital in Newcastle. He worked as a Consultant Paediatric Surgeon at Queen’s Medical Centre in Nottingham from February 2019 before joining King’s College Hospital.

In addition to having a strong clinical background, Anindya is involved extensively in academic activities after receiving the Masters of Health Professions Education degree. He is a GMC PLAB examiner, PLAB Station Management Member responsible for designing OSCE stations, faculty of MRCS and FRCS courses, and faculty of surgical skills courses from the Royal College of Surgeons. He is a co-founder and faculty on the SPRINT international virtual education programme for Paediatric Surgery.

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