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- Upper GI surgery
Professor Ameet Patel qualified in 1985 from St Georges Hospital Medical School, London. Postgraduate qualifications include a Master of Surgery (University of London) and Fellowship of the Royal College of Surgeons. He continued his training in the UK, UCLA (USA) and Australia before being appointed a Consultant Surgeon at King’s College Hospital in 1999. Practising in General and Bariatric surgery, Professor Patel also has a specialist interest in Minimal Access Surgery and has developed laparoscopic techniques in treating both malignant and benign disease of the liver, pancreas and biliary system. An expert in his field, Professor Patel has performed live link surgery for a number of national and international medical conferences, demonstrating laparoscopic liver resections, laparoscopic pancreatic surgery and bariatric surgery. Professor Patel has written many peer-reviewed papers, and has also been a supervisor to a number of research fellows. He is the current President of the Royal Society of Medicine.
Areas of interest
Laparoscopic surgery; innovative minimal access techniques – single incision surgery, mini laparoscopy. HPB: laparoscopic liver, pancreatic, biliary resections; gall bladders. Upper GI: laparoscopic fundoplication, gastric resections, splenectomy. Bariatric: laparoscopic gastric bands, bypass, sleeve, revision surgery, endobarrier.
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Anaesthetists worked with
- Dr Magnus Fraser Dunsire Not Fee Assured
Current NHS consultant posts held
King's College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
Laparoscopic (keyhole) surgery, liver and pancreatic resection, cholesytectomy, fundoplication, and gastric band insertion.
I have written many peer-reviewed papers, is a supervisor to two research fellows and is a Reader in minimal access surgery at King’s College, London.
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