Prof. Ameet Patel, Consultant Hepatobiliary Surgeon

Prof. Ameet Patel

Consultant Hepatobiliary Surgeon

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Prof. Ameet Patel MS, FRCS

Consultant Hepatobiliary Surgeon

MS, FRCS

Prof. Ameet Patel

Consultant Hepatobiliary Surgeon MS, FRCS

Book online
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MS, FRCS

Areas of expertise

  • Minimal access and single incision surgery
  • Innovative minimal access techniques
  • Pancreatic resections
  • Biliary resections
  • Laparoscopic (keyhole) surgery

Recommendations for Prof. Patel

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Recommended by:

  • byDr Barbara McGowan, Consultant in Endocrinology and Diabetes

    He’s an excellent surgeon, with lots of experience. He’s also a top bariatric surgeon in the UK.

  • byMr Joydeep Sinha, Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon

    Prof. Ameet Patel has a special interest in upper G.I. surgery and bariatric surgery.

  • byDr Barbara McGowan, Consultant in Endocrinology and Diabetes

    He’s an excellent surgeon, with lots of experience. He’s also a top bariatric surgeon in the UK.

  • byMr Joydeep Sinha, Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon

    Prof. Ameet Patel has a special interest in upper G.I. surgery and bariatric surgery.

  • Address

    • London Bridge Hospital

      27 Tooley Street, London, SE1 2PR

    • London Digestive Centre

      41 Welbeck Street, London, W1G 8DU

    • The Princess Grace Hospital

      42-52 Nottingham Place, London, W1U 5NY

    About Prof. Ameet Patel

    GMC number: 3057139

    Year qualified: 1985

    Place of primary qualification: University of London

    Professor Ameet Patel is a Consultant HPB/Liver Surgeon at King's College Hospital, where he has been serving since 1999. Over the past decade, he has developed one of London’s leading Bariatric Centres, continually advancing the field of day case surgery and pioneering Single Incisional Laparoscopic Surgery (SILS), a cutting-edge technique in minimal access surgery.

    Professor Patel graduated from St George's Hospital, London in 1985. He underwent surgical training in various prestigious UK institutions, including London, Norwich, and Cambridge. His expertise was further honed through a Fellowship in Minimal Access, HPB, Upper GI, and Bariatric Surgery in Australia, and a Research Fellowship in Pancreatic Surgery at University College, Los Angeles, USA, under the mentorship of Professor Howard Reber.

    In addition to his clinical work, Professor Patel is frequently invited to perform live surgical demonstrations and present his findings at national and international conferences, showcasing his expertise and innovative techniques.

    Areas of Expertise
    - Laparoscopic (keyhole) surgery
    - Innovative minimal access techniques
    - Single incision surgery
    - Mini laparoscopy
    - Liver resections
    - Pancreatic resections
    - Biliary resections
    - Cholecystectomy
    - Fundoplication
    - Gastric band insertion
    - Gastric resections
    - Splenectomy
    - Gastric bands
    - Gastric bypass
    - Gastric sleeve
    - Revision surgery
    - Endobarrier
    - Hepatobiliary surgery
    - Upper GI surgery
    - Weight loss surgery

    Professor Patel's commitment to advancing surgical techniques and improving patient outcomes has made him a respected figure in the medical community. His work continues to push the boundaries of what is possible in the field of minimal access surgery.

    Areas of expertise

    • Minimal access and single incision surgery
    • Innovative minimal access techniques
    • Pancreatic resections
    • Biliary resections
    • Laparoscopic (keyhole) surgery

    Professional memberships

    Royal College of Surgeons
    General Medical Council

    Articles by Prof. Ameet Patel

    Bariatric and metabolic surgery during and after the covid-19 pandemic: dss recommendations for management of surgical candidates and postoperative patients and prioritisation of access to surgery

    Measurement of hepatic insulin sensitivity early after the bypass of the proximal small bowel in humans: insulin sensitivity after the endobarrier

    Changes in bile acid profile after laparoscopic sleeve gastrectomy are associated with improvements in metabolic profile and fatty liver disease

    Weight loss, adipokines, and quality of life after sleeve gastrectomy in obese patients with stages 3-4 ckd: a randomized controlled pilot study

    The effect of intraoperative n-acetylcysteine on hepatocellular injury during laparoscopic bariatric surgery. a randomised controlled trial

    Survival outcomes following hepatectomy for stage iv colorectal liver metastases: a comparison of liver- versus colon-first approach

    Endobarrier as a pre bariatric surgical intervention in high-risk patients: a feasibility study

    Staple line bleeding in sleeve gastrectomy—a simple and cost-effective solution

    Bariatric surgery in cirrhotic patients: is it safe?