Mr Kamran Qurashi is a highly-experienced consultant general surgeon, with particular expertise in laparoscopic (keyhole) surgery. His areas of specialist interest include gallbladder surgery, laparascopic removal of bile duct stones, hernia surgery, endoscopy, anal fissure and anal fistula surgery, and haemorrhoid surgery. Mr Qurashi studied and completed his postgraduate training in Lahore, before becoming a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons (Edinburgh) in 1999. He continued to train in the UK, and was awarded a Masters in Surgical Sciences from Imperial College, London for his research into gallbladder diseases.
Mr Qurashi has extensive experience as an endoscopist, and is able to provide diagnostic and therapeutic services for gastroscopy and colonoscopy. He routinely performs emergency operations, and provides surgical care for acute surgical problems such as emergency hernia operations, bowel obstructions, and appendix removal. He is highly skilled in laporoscopic (minimally invasive) surgery, and was part of the team which helped to set up the laparoscopic colorectal surgery service at Ealing Hospital.
Mr Qurashi has a strong interest in education and as an educational supervisor, he is involved in the development and training of junior doctors and young surgeons. He holds the title of Honorary Senior Lecturer at Imperial College, London, and the title of Adjunct Associate Professor from the American University of the Caribbean. He has also appeared in various research publications on the subject of laparoscopic surgery and minimally invasive procedures.