Mr Rahman is a consultant pancreatic, upper GI/bariatric and advanced laparoscopic surgeon based at the Royal Free Hospital, specialising in open and advanced laparoscopic (keyhole) surgical techniques. From his private clinics in London, he offers a broad range of procedures for hernias, pancreatic cancer, pancreatic disorders, gallstone disease, gastric/oesophageal diseases and obesity.

As a specialist hepatobiliary surgeon, he has developed a special interest in the treatment of gallstone disease and its surgical management. He has a strong clinical and medicolegal practice centred around the surgical management of gallstones (cholecystectomy) and bile duct injuries as a result of clinical negligence due to substandard care.

He is leading the development of a fast-track pathway to deliver high quality care to patients with symptomatic gallstones.

Well-respected for his contributions to surgical research, Mr Rahman became a hunterian professor of surgery for the Royal College of Surgeons of England in 2007, and is among the pioneers of laparoscopic pancreatic and upper GI surgery in the UK.





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• 50 Peer reviewed journal publications
• 200 Abstracts & International presentations

Mr Rahman's research interests are in genetics of pancreatitis, pancreatic cancer, gastroparesis, and metabolic and obesity surgery.