Professor Mansoor Khan

Consultant General, Upper GI, and Trauma Surgeon in Haywards Heath, Scunthorpe & Hove


Professor Mansoor Khan areas of expertise:

Professional statement

Professor Mansoor Khan is a highly accomplished consultant general, upper gastrointestinal, and trauma surgeon and honorary professor of general surgery. Specialising in hernia surgery, stomach surgery, acid reflux, gallbladder surgery, oesophageal cancer, appendicitis, as well as complex trauma follow-up and management, the highly esteemed Professor Khan practises currently at The Royal Sussex County Hospital and Princess Royal Hospital in West Sussex. His private practice locations include The Montefiore Hospital (Hove), Nuffield Hayward Heath and Trent Cliffs in North Linconshire.  

He has been a trauma surgeon for the Abu Dhabi Formula One Grand Prix for the last decade, Course Director for the internationally acclaimed Definitive Surgical Trauma Skills Course for the last 7 years, and Director of Traumakhan Ltd for the last two. Impressively, amongst all of his varied work, he manages to also actively carry out trauma-based research, international trauma training, as well as corporate advisory roles. 

In terms of education, Professor Khan successfully completed an MBBS at King's College London in 2000, before obtaining a PhD in medicine from the University of Warwick in 2016. Before completing an Executive MBA in strategic management and leadership this year, he completed an astonishing five fellowships in surgical critical care and general surgery, amongst others. He is the current chair of examiners for the ATACC Group, examiner for the FRCS Exam, advisory board member of CleanTech360, and the executive officer of the Confederation of British Surgery. 

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