Mr Jawad Ahmad is a highly experienced and qualified consultant general, laparoscopic and robotic hepatobiliary, and pancreatic surgeon, who practises in Coventry and Leamington Spa. With over 25 years of experience, Mr Ahmad is extremely specialised in liver, pancreas, gallbladder, bile duct, and hernia surgeries, for both benign and malignant conditions. He has a specialist interest in laparoscopic (key-hole) surgery, as well as performing endoscopy.
Mr Ahmad obtained his bachelor of medicine and surgery from the University of Punjab, Pakistan in 1997. He undertook the majority of his specialist surgical training in Northern Ireland and gained further experience thanks to fellowships at globally renowned hospitals and visits to specialist HPB units.
Since 2015, Mr Ahmad has held the position of consultant general, laparoscopic, and HPB (hepato-pancreato-biliary) surgeon at the University Hospital Coventry and Warwickshire NHS Trust. He sees private patients at The Meriden Hospital, Coventry and Nuffield Health Warwickshire Hospital, Leamington Spa. Mr Ahmad is one of the top HPB surgeons in the UK who performs the major of his liver and pancreatic surgery as robotic surgeries. His surgical and oncological outcomes are available on the National HES database and are better than the national average.
Mr Ahmad is happy to take referrals for robotic liver and pancreatic surgery. If you are not insured, he is happy to treat these patients on the NHS. Simply contact your GP or consultant and get a named referral. Mr Ahmad has indicated that he will happily treat patients from any part of the UK in the MHS category if they are referred to him.
Mr Ahmad maintains an active interest in research, particularly in the areas of biomarkers to predict early cancer detection and bile duct injury. He has completed lab-based research and published in reputable scientific journals. He is a sub-editor of the Journal of Robotic Surgery.
Additionally, Mr Ahmad is an honorary clinical lecturer at the University of Warwick. He’s not only a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons (FRCS), but he also is an examiner for the RCS’s fellowship examination. He is a committee member of Great Britain and Ireland and Hepato Pancreato Biliary Association (GBIHPBA).