Mr Satyajit Bhattacharya is a highly-respected and award-winning consultant surgeon based in London who specialises in gallbladder surgery, pancreas surgery and pancreatitis, alongside liver surgery, liver cancer and pancreatic cancer. He privately practises at The London Clinic while his NHS base is Barts Health NHS Trust where he is clinical lead for the multi-disciplinary team for liver and pancreas cancer in north-east London.
Mr Bhattacharya originally trained in Mumbai, qualifying as a doctor from the Grant Medical College. He went onto train in specialist surgery of the liver, pancreas and bile ducts at the Royal Free and University College Hospitals, London, and was a visiting fellow at the University of Minnesota with a grant received from the King's Fund.
Also currently working at a number of prestigious hospitals including the Royal London and St Bartholomew's Hospital and the King Edward VII Hospital, Mr Bhattacharya has raised large sums of money for pancreatic research. This has helped to run several research projects at Barts Health NHS Trust.
He has published over 50 scientific papers, authored numerous book chapters, and is a member of prestigious boards and societies in his field. These include the International Hepato-Pancreato Billiary Association (IHPBA) and the British Association for the Study of the Liver (BASL). He is a also a member of the Intercollegiate Examinations Faculty of the Royal College of Surgeons (RCS), where he active in postgraduate teaching.
Other achievements that Mr Bhattacharya is noted for was being named one of Britain's best consultants by Tatler magazine in 2013. Furthermore, he was the Serjeant Surgeon (Surgeon to the Queen) in the Royal Household and has now been conferred from LVO (Lieutenant of the Victorian Order) to CVO (Commander of the Victorian Order) on the King's 2023 Birthday Honours List.