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Dr. Haris Khwaja

MD, DPhil (Oxon), FRCS

Consultant General/Laparoscopic Upper GI & Bariatric Surgeon (Appointed 2012)
Co-Director: International Bariatric Club (Appointed 2012)
Phoenix Health Bariatric Surgery Supercentre

http://www.phoenix-health.co.uk/about-us/meet-the-team/

University Hospital Aintree Wirral University Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

Liverpool
United Kingdom
Tel: +0044 (0) 7714093403

Wirral
United Kingdom
Tel: +0044 (0) 7714093403

10 Harley Street Spire Murrayfield Hospital

London
United Kingdom
Tel: +0044 (0) 7714093403

Wirral
United Kingdom
Tel: +0044 (0) 7767933792
www.spirehealthcare.com

Spire Bushey Hospital
London, United Kingdom
Tel:+0044 (0)7714093403 
Tel:+0044 (0) 7767933792
http://www.spirehealthcare.com

Co-Director – International Bariatric Club
Director – International Bariatric Club Symposia
Bariatric & Metabolic Institute
Cleveland Clinic, Ohio

United States

Specialist Advisor: Bariatric Surgery (2012 – current)
National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE)

United Kingdom

Email: harisk@doctors.org.uk    haris.khwaja@phoenix-health.co.uk

2011

Fellowship – Advanced Laparoscopy/Bariatric Surgery: Phoenix Health (Gravitas), Liverpool, UK

2010

Fellowship – Advanced Laparoscopy/Bariatric Surgery: Cleveland Clinic, Ohio, USA

2004

Senior Surgical Residency – General/Upper Gastrointestinal Surgery: Northwest Thames (Chelsea & Westminster) General Surgery Training Program, UK

2001 – 04

DPhil (PhD) – Clinical Medicine:
Christ Church College, University of Oxford, UK
Department of Cardiovascular Medicine, & Nuffield Department of Surgical Sciences
John Radcliffe Hospital, University of Oxford, UK

Funding: British Heart Foundation and Royal College of Surgeons of England Surgical Research Fellowship

1999 – 2001

Oxford Junior  Surgical Residency Training Program, UK

1998

Internship: Royal Free Hospital, London, UK

1997

MD – Royal Free Hospital School of Medicine, University of London, UK
Proxime Accessit (1997) – University of London Gold Medal
Distinctions (1997) – Surgery, Medicine, Pharmacology, Pathology
Medals (1997) – Surgery, Medicine, Cardiology, Pathology, Psychiatry
Prizes (1992-97) – 21 Prizes & 4 Certificates of Merit

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