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"When I am planning surgery, whether it's for someone with a complex hernia, or a liver tumor or pancreatic cancer, my ultimate goal is to treat the underlying problem as effectively as possible. But because successful surgery means many more years of active life for that patient, it is also extremely important to make sure their functional and cosmetic outcomes are as good as possible. Maximising quality of life is as necessary as saving life."

 

Mr Charles Imber

  • Consultant HPB Surgeon at The Royal Free Hospital, London

  • Renowned liver transplant surgeon

  • Pioneer with several firsts in liver and pancreatic surgery

  • Consultant Surgeon at The Cleveland Clinic London Portland Place Outpatient Centre


"When I am planning surgery, whether it's for someone with a complex hernia, or a liver tumor or pancreatic cancer, my ultimate goal is to treat the underlying problem as effectively as possible. But because successful surgery means many more years of active life for that patient, it is also extremely important to make sure their functional and cosmetic outcomes are as good as possible. Maximising quality of life is as necessary as saving life."

 

Mr Charles Imber

  • Consultant HPB Surgeon at The Royal Free Hospital, London

  • Renowned liver transplant surgeon

  • Pioneer with several firsts in liver and pancreatic surgery

  • Consultant Surgeon at The Cleveland Clinic London Portland Place Outpatient Centre

 

"When I am planning surgery, whether it's for someone with a complex hernia, or a liver tumor or pancreatic cancer, my ultimate goal is to treat the underlying problem as effectively as possible. But because successful surgery means many more years of active life for that patient, it is also extremely important to make sure their functional and cosmetic outcomes are as good as possible. Maximising quality of life is as necessary as saving life."


Mr Charles Imber

  • Consultant HPB Surgeon at The Royal Free Hospital, London

  • Renowned liver transplant surgeon

  • Pioneer with several firsts in liver and pancreatic surgery

  • Consultant Surgeon at The Cleveland Clinic London Portland Place Outpatient Centre

 
 
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Cleveland Clinic London Hospital

Mr Charles Imber has consulting rooms at the Cleveland Clinic London Hospital. More  

Mr Charles Imber has consulting rooms at the Cleveland Clinic London Hospital. More  

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Another Surgery First

Mr Charles Imber was the first UK surgeon to perform a robotic pancreatic resection in a patient with pancreatic cancer. More  

Mr Charles Imber was the first UK surgeon to perform a robotic pancreatic resection in a patient with pancreatic cancer. More  

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Review on pancreatic cancer published

In January 2012, Mr Charles Imber performed the first liver resection in the UK using robotic surgery.
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In January 2012, Mr Charles Imber performed the first liver resection in the UK using robotic surgery. More  

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Being on call for the liver transplant team

Mr Imber's work as a leading liver transplant surgeon at the Royal Free Hospital in London. More  

Mr Imber's work as a leading liver transplant surgeon at the Royal Free Hospital in London. More  

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Why is pancreatic cancer a silent killer?

Mr Charles Imber explains why pancreatic cancer often goes undetected until it is too late for curative surgery. More  

Mr Charles Imber explains why pancreatic cancer often goes undetected until it is too late for curative surgery. More  

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Pancreatic stenting – is it useful?

Research shows that adding a stent to the pancreatic duct during a pancreatic resection improves outcomes for patients. More  

Research shows that adding a stent to the pancreatic duct during a pancreatic resection improves outcomes for patients. More  

 

Make an appointment

You can contact Mr Imber to book an appointment using the phone number or email addresses below – if urgent use imberc2@ccf.org

You can also telephone us on 0203 423 7500 or email imberc2@ccf.org