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Mr  Iain Cameron

Mr Iain Cameron

Consultant General and Hepatobiliary Surgeon

Specialises in

  • Hernia surgery
  • Liver surgery
  • Gallbladder / gallstone removal
  • Gastroscopy
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Practising at

Clinic times:
Tuesday: 6pm - 7.30pm
Thursday (twice monthly): 6pm - 7pm

An initial consultation with Mr Iain Cameron is from £175.

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Professional profile

I am a consultant hepatobiliary surgeon and have an interest in complex liver surgery. My major areas of clinical interest include the management of hilar cholangiocarcinoma and colorectal liver metastases.

I trained in liver surgery as a visiting lecturer at the Prince of Wales Hospital in Hong Kong and as a post CCT fellow on the liver unit at Leeds.

I have published widely on all aspects of liver surgery and currently run the out-reach hepatobiliary and pancreatic services in Derbyshire.

I am currently the clinical lead for hepatobiliary and pancreatic surgery at Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust. In addition I undertake a role as a national cancer peer reviewer and was appointed to the Council of the Great Britain and Ireland Hepatobiliary Association (GBIHPBA), where I am the lead for audit and membership.

General Medical Council Number: C3481404

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