striving towards excellence in clinical care

Mr Saboor Khan undertakes operations related to gallbladder, all types of hernias, pancreatic and liver procedures and general surgery.

Saboor is a highly experienced Hepatobiliary Pancreatic and General Surgeon. Saboor has trained at some of the best institutions in the UK and USA (Mayo Clinic, Rochester, rated number 1 hospital in the USA). His practice is in all aspects of complex liver, pancreatic and bile duct surgery.

Saboor is routinely referred patients with complex conditions and at times seeking a second opinion. These includes complications from gallstones, gallbladder surgery, patients with neuroendocrine tumours (NET) and liver and pancreatic conditions both benign and malignant. 

Saboor has a special interest in treating hernias and gallstones: laparoscopic cholecystectomy (lap chole), keyhole gallbladder surgery, laparoscopic groin hernia repair, keyhole groin hernia repair, laparoscopic inguinal hernia repair, ventral hernia, umbilical hernia and femoral hernia.


In the NHS Mr Saboor Khan is a senior member of the Hepatobiliary and Pancreatic multi-disciplinary team at a major teaching hospital (level III trauma unit).

Mr Saboor Khan graduated from King Edward Medical University graduating in top 5% of the year (prize in Clinical Medicine). Mr Khan trained in Leeds, London and Kent.

FACS    Fellow American College of Surgeons    2010

FRCS    Intercollegiate Speciality Board UK    2004

FRCS    Fellow Royal College of Surgeons England    1996

PhD    University of Liverpool, UK    2002

MD    Medical Licensure Exams, U.S.A    1993

MBBS    King Edward Medical University, PAKISTAN    1990


Honours and Awards

Clinical Excellence Awards (2007, 2009, 2011, 2013) – Highest local award holder
Prize in Clinical Medicine
Top 5% graduating class – Medical School
Top 10%, MB examinations
Prize – skills in practical surgery
National Talent Scholarship A-Levels


Positions held

Lead for Hepatobiliary and Pancreatic Surgery
Deputy Lead for Neuroendocrine Tumours (European Centre of Excellence)
Associate Professor of Surgery – Warwick Medical School
Tutor in Surgery – Edinburgh University
Tutor in Surgery – Liverpool University
Treasurer West Midlands Surgical Society
Editor of Cochrane Hepatobiliary Group
Editorial Board – World Journal of Surgery
Member HPB National Service Guidelines Committee
Lead for Peer Review visits undertaken under NPRP – UK

Patient Testimonials

“I sincerely thank you for prolonging my mothers life”

I write to personally thank you for your excellent care of my mother.

She holds you in the highest esteem and she is most grateful for your surgical skills which has prolonged her life. It will enable her to spend further quality time with her family, particularly her grandchildren, to whom she is totally devoted. She fully appreciates that without your intervention this joy would have been denied her.

Please pass my mothers & my own appreciation and thanks to the other members of your team.

Once again may I sincerely thank you for prolonging my mothers life.

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