Mr Omar Faiz, Colorectal Surgeon
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20 Devonshire Street, London, GB, W1G 6PU
The Princess Grace Hospital
42–52 Nottingham Place, London, GB, W1U 5NY
London North West Healthcare NHS Trust
St. Mark's Hospital, Watford Rd, Harrow, Middlesex, GB, HA1 3UJ
The Lister Hospital
Chelsea Bridge Road, London, GB, SW1W 8RH
Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust
St. Marys Hospital, Praed Street, London, Greater London, GB, W2 1NY
St Mark's Hospital (NHS)
St Mark's Road, Maidenhead, Berkshire, SL6 6DU
About Mr Omar Faiz
GMC number: 4277233
Year qualified: 1994
Place of primary qualification: University of London
Mr Omar Faiz is a Consultant Surgeon at St Marks Hospital, Harrow and Honorary Senior Lecturer at Imperial College. He trained in general and colorectal Surgery within London and the South East of England and undertook specialist colorectal fellowships at St Mark’s Hospital and Valencia University Hospital prior to taking up a substantive consultant post.
Mr Faiz has wide research interests and he supervises a number of PhD and MD research fellows at Imperial College. His principal research interests include colorectal surgical epidemiology, health services research and surgical outcome research. He has authored over seventy papers published in peer-reviewed journals. In addition he has authored eleven book chapters and three anatomy text books.
Mr Faiz holds various leadership positions at a national level. He is the current Chairman of the Association of Coloproctologists of Great Britain and Ireland (ACPGBI) IBD subcommittee. He is also Chair of the national Ileal Pouch Registry and represents the ACPGBI on the Inflammatory Bowel Disease Standards board. In addition, he is Vice-Chair for the GI surgery group within the Global Comparators partnership – an international surgical benchmarking group.
Areas of expertise
- Laparoscopic surgery
- Inflammatory bowel disease
- Colorectal cancer
- Anal cancer
- Diverticular disease
- Colorectal surgery
- Abdominal wall reconstruction
- Reconstructive coloproctology
- Anal fissure.