Mr Kamran Qurashi

Personal profile

Mr Qurashi is a very experienced Laparoscopic (KeyHole) surgeon. He graduated MBBS in 1991 from University of the Punjab, Lahore and did his training at Postgraduate Medical Centre before he came to UK and became Fellow of Royal College of Surgeons in Edinburgh in 1999. Mr Qurashi started his NHS career form Ealing Hospital. He was awarded Masters in Surgical Sciences (MSc) for his research in gall bladders diseases by Imperial College. He continued his clinical and academic journey and was granted with Speciality Board FRCS in General Surgery in 2011. He received training for laparoscopic colorectal surgery as a part of National Training Programme.

His first Consultant post was at Ealing Hospital. Mr Qurashi was lead for Upper GI surgery (2010 -11) and he was part of the team setting up Laparoscopic colorectal surgery.

Mr Qurashi is currently working at Northwick Park Hospital providing General and emergency surgery services to the community. Mr Qurashi is an experienced endoscopist providing diagnostic and therapeutic services for gastroscopy and colonoscopy.

Mr Qurashi is very passionate in training junior doctors and young surgeons. He has been given Honorary Senior Lecturer Title by Imperial College Medical School and  Adjunct Associate Professor Title by  American University of Caribbean for teaching medical student. He is  Educational Supervisor for Junior doctors and surgeons in training.

Professional Memberships

  • Member Association of Surgeons in Great Britain & Ireland
  • Member Association of Laparoscopic Surgeons in GB & Ireland
  • Member European Society for Trauma and Emergency Surgery
  • Member British Hernia Society
  • Member European Hernia Society

Clinical Interests

His special interests are primarily in surgery for Gall Bladder and laparoscopic removal of bile duct stones. He also offers surgery for benign colorectal conditions (such as diverticular disease and inflammatory bowel disease). Mr Qurashi provides caring surgical service for anorectal conditions such as rectal prolapse, anal fistula, anal fissure, haemorrhoids (piles) and for pilonidal disease. Mr Qurashi provides emergency surgical care for acute surgical problems e.g appendix removal, emergency operations for hernia or bowel obstructions.

;Mr Qurashi performs preferentially repairs of inguinal (groin) hernias by Laparoscopic (Key hole) method as well as all the abdominal wall hernias. The benefits to the patient in the form of less post-operative pain, less complications, a more cosmetic result, quicker return to normal activities and quicker return to work are all significantly better than with the open method of operation

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