Mr Ahmed Karim
Mr Karim specialises in the management of colorectal cancer with laparoscopic and robotic surgery. He also manages inflammatory bowel disease, colonic diverticular disease, pilonidal disease, haemorrhoids, anorectal sepsis, and lower GI endoscopy. As a general surgeon he manages emergency surgical conditions and major trauma affecting the abdomen.
Mr Karim has a previous background in Chemical engineering from University College London(UCL) in 2000. He qualified from UCL medical school in 2007. He completed core and specialist training in North London and the West midlands rotation respectively. Became a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons (FRCS) England 2017. He completed a fellowship in advanced Rectal Cancer and Robotic Surgery at Royal Marsden Hospital London in 2018.
He was appointed Consultant Surgeon at St George’s Hospital and Honorary Senior Lecturer at St George’s University of London 2018. He has clinics in colorectal and general surgery, inpatient and day surgery theatre lists and a lower gastrointestinal endoscopy list.
Mr Karim has a Masters degree in medical education and has extensive involvement in teaching and training. He is educational/clinical supervisor to junior doctors and specialist trainees. He has an active role with St. Georges Medical school as T year lead for surgery and as an examiner.