Miss Bareen Shah, Endocrine and Breast Surgeon

Miss Bareen Shah LMSSA (Lond) FRCS FRCS (Gen surg)

Endocrine and Breast Surgeon

LMSSA (Lond) FRCS FRCS (Gen surg)
MissBareen Shah,Breast Surgeon

Miss Shah is a recommended Endocrine and Breast Surgeon

Updates on development in breast cancer

Areas of expertise

  • Breast and endocrine surgery
  • Benign and malignant breast disease
  • Early diagnosis of cancers, particularly in different ethnic groups

Recommendations for Miss Shah

These recommendations are for information purposes only. Doctors providing recommendations do so in good faith and are not responsible for clinical outcomes.

Recommended by:

  • byDr Alina Marinela Fux, GP

    Recommended Breast Surgeon

  • byDr Jane Nancy Livingston, GP

    Recommended Breast Surgeon

  • byDr Alina Marinela Fux, GP

    Recommended Breast Surgeon

  • byDr Jane Nancy Livingston, GP

    Recommended Breast Surgeon

  • Address

  • The London Breast Clinic

    108 Medical Chambers, 108 Harley St , London , GB, W1G 7ET

  • Ealing Hospital Child Health (NHS)

    Cp House, 97-107 Uxbridge Road, London, Greater London, W5 5TL

  • About Miss Bareen Shah

    GMC number: 3192908

    Year qualified: 1986

    Place of primary qualification: Society of Apothecaries of London

    Miss Bareen Shah has been the Lead Clinician for Breast and Endocrine surgery since taking her consultant appointment at Ealing Hospital, now part of North West London Hospitals Trust, and also works at Charing Cross Hospital. She has a specialist interest in all aspects of thyroid and parathyroid surgery including dealing with complex recurrent disease and minimally invasive parathyroidectomy. She also runs a rapid access diagnostic service at The London Breast Clinic, 108 Harley Street.

    Miss Shah qualified from Charing Cross Hospital Medical School and was trained on the Westminster surgical rotation. She completed her surgical training in breast and endocrine surgery in 2003. She is an ex-president of the Royal Society of Medicine’s clinical section and is currently on the Section of Surgery Committee at the RSM.

    Miss Shah is a committed teacher of undergraduates and postgraduates and a sought-after surgical trainer. She has been part of the Steering Group for surgery for the London Cancer Alliance. She gives regular talks at religious establishments - temples and mosques - regarding early presentation in both breast and neck disease.

    Areas of expertise

    • Breast and endocrine surgery
    • Benign and malignant breast disease
    • Early diagnosis of cancers, particularly in different ethnic groups
    • General surgery

    Professional memberships