Dr Ghassan Khoury

Dr Ghassan Khoury

Consultant Oncologist

Practising at

Spire Portsmouth Hospital

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Treatment information

Some of the principal treatments carried out by Dr Ghassan Khoury at Spire include:

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Professional profile

My main areas of interest are in the treatment of urological, gynaecological and breast cancers. In the treatment of prostate cancer I was involved in the development of the prostate brachytherapy programme in Portsmouth and the introduction of treatment with Intensity Modulated Radiotherapy. I was appointed as a consultant oncologist to Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust in 1989 and as visiting oncologist to St Richard's Hospital in 1995. I qualified at University College Hospital and after training in London and Cardiff and was appointed Lecturer in Oncology at Leeds University 1986-1989. I was the clinical director for the Oncology Centre in Portsmouth for 6 years and was also an elected member of the Faculty Board of the Royal College of Radiologists and subsequently an elected Member of the Council. I was the educational Supervisor for Clinical Oncology in Portsmouth and an advisor to The Wessex Deanery.

Clinical Interests

Breast cancer
Prostate cancer
Gynaecological cancer

Private contact details

Private secretary Marion Parsons
Private secretary telephone 02392 592 922
Private secretary email
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Qualification and professional memberships

Professional memberships

Member of British Gynaecological Cancer Society
Member of British Uro-oncology Cancer group (B.U.G.)
Member of the British Medical Association
Elected member of the Council of the Royal College of Radiologists
Oncology representative on the Medical Advisory Committee of the Spire Hospital, Havant, Hampshire
Chair of local cancer charity

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Current NHS posts

Consultant clinical oncologist, Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust. Educational supervisor in oncology for Portsmouth Hospitals and the Wessex Deanery.

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Personal Profile

I am married to Sonia and we have four children.

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