Alternately you could consider Access to Medicine courses, although these vary widely and you will definitely want to check the specific Access to Medicine course you're considering is acceptable for the medical schools you wish to apply to, as not all such Access courses are accepted by all medical schools (and some might accept a given course where others wouldn't). You may also be eligible for extended medical degrees with a foundation year, however most of these are designed for students from underrepresented backgrounds in medicine rather than "subject changers", although a few are open to the latter I believe. As above, you need to identify these courses and check with them directly.
Wanting to be a surgeon is irrelevant to the above, incidentally.
Do I not require A Degree in medicine to become a surgeon? And what courses must I take to become one? I was told that you need a 5 year Medicine degree but is there other options with my subjects that allow me to become a surgeon? Thanks also for your previous reply.