Mr Lampros Liasis

Consultant General Surgeon

MD, CCT in General Surgery, PhD

Clinical Interests

  • Hernias (Groin Hernia, Ventral Hernia, Umbilical Hernia, Inguinal Hernia, Femoral Hernia, Epigastric Hernia, Incisional Hernia), Open and Laparoscopic Technique
  • Cholecystectomy (Elective and Emergency “HOT” operations), Open and Laparoscopic Technique, Intra-operative cholangiogram, common bile duct exploration
  • Resections (gastrectomy, colectomy, splenectomy, small bowel resection, appendicectomy), Open and Laparoscopic
  • Proctology (Haemorrhoids, Fissures, Fistulas)
  • Benign Skin Conditions (Lipomas, Cysts, Moles)

Professional Memberships

  • Fellow of The Royal College of Surgeons (FRCS)
  • Fellow of The American College of Surgeons (FACS)
  • Member of British Hernia Society
  • Member of Hellenic Surgical Society

Current NHS and /or University Posts

  • Northwick Park Hospital, Harrow

Personal profile

Mr Liasis graduated from Athens Medical School (Greece) and he is awarded his MD in 2003. He subsequently had his High Surgical Training at Hellenic Red Cross Hospital - one of the busiest hospitals and Major Trauma Centres in Athens, Greece - where he had been exposed to the majority of the elective and emergency gastrointestinal surgical conditions and he also gained unique experience treating patients suffering major trauma.

In 2011, after completing his CCT, he moved to Texas, USA, where he undertook a fellowship in the novel technique of Single Port Access Laparoscopic (SILS) Colorectal Surgery. Mr Liasis worked as International Fellow at St Marks’s Hospital, Harrow (2012) and he also completed a post-CCT fellowship in Major Trauma and Emergency Surgery at Kings College Hospital (2013). Since 2014 he has been appointed as a Consultant Surgeon at Northwick Park Hospital in Harrow and he is undertaking his private practice at BMI King’s Oak Hospital, and BMI the Cavell Hospital at Enfield, London.

Mr Liasis also demonstrates high academic and teaching interest. He gained his PhD from the Athens Medical School and he is Honorary Senior Clinical Lecturer at the Imperial College School of Medicine. He is a recognised trainer by GMC and he supervises surgical trainees in different levels of their training. He teaches in a weekly basis Undergraduates and Postgraduates medical students (Imperial College 3rd and 5th year, Researcher fellows and Clinical Academic Fellows). He is panel member and interviewer for the Imperial College Medical School admission interviews.  He is examiner to Imperial College School of Medicine, 3rd year students’ surgical exams (OSCEs) and final year students’ surgical exams (PACES).

He is Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons (FRCS) and the American College of Surgeons (FACS) and he teaches as faculty member in Royal College of Surgeons Courses, such as the Care of Critically Ill Surgical Patient course (CCrISP). He is also panel member of the National High Surgical Training Recruitment Process and Clinical Lead on the Core Trainees National Recruitment Process. He leads multiple improvement quality projects and audits and he is actively involved in research and publication process of scientific articles.

Mr Liasis is a high volume surgeon. He is a very experience surgeon, both in major open surgery and advanced laparoscopic surgery (keyhole) and he always involve patients to the decision making of the operation. He operates more than 50 patients per month, both in elective and emergency setting. He is leading his team by example and he is a good mentor and supervisor to his colleagues. His surgical practice includes simple and complex abdominal wall hernias (umbilical hernias, inguinal hernias and incisional hernias), biliary disease surgery (laparoscopic cholecystectomy, intraoperative cholangiogram, common bile duct exploration), as well as benign gastrointestinal conditions (colectomies, gastrectomy, small bowel operations, splenectomies, pancreatic surgery) and proctology (haemorrhoids, anal fissures and perianal abscess and fistulas). He is also leading expert in gastrointestinal emergencies (visceral perforations, bowel obstruction and bowel ischaemia and intra-abdominal inflammatory conditions such as acute appendicitis, acute cholecystitis and acute diverticulitis)

Year qualified:

2003