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Hernia Medical Advice

If you are experiencing sudden, intense pain in your abdomen or groin that you suspect may be a hernia, contact your doctor immediately or visit the Emergency Dept. This site is not intended as a substitute for professional medical care. Only your surgeon can diagnose and appropriately treat your hernia.


NHS England Inguinal Hernia Operations - Open Source Map

The map below shows all Hospitals that have published statistics on Inguinal Hernia Operations for the last full year (2014).
Some NHS Hospitals have not published statistics on Inguinal Hernia Operations so your local hospital may unfortunately not appear.
Click on each orange marker to find the number of Inguinal Hernia operations done per year, the patient satisfaction rating (marked out of 5) and waiting time in days from first out-patient appointment to operation.  Read our findings.