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Ahmed Ali-Khan

Consultant Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon

Mr Ali-Khan has worked in Plastic Surgery since 1998, was appointed to the National Training Scheme in the South-West of England resulting in his being appointed Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons (FRCS (Plast.)) in 2009 and admitted to the Specialist Register in 2010.

He undertook specialist fellowships at the world famous Addenbrookes Hospital in Cambridge; and the Melanoma Institute of Australia in Sydney before being appointed Consultant Plastic Surgeon in Durham in 2011.

He offers consultations in all areas of Plastic Surgery but has special interest in General Paediatric Plastic Surgery, Trunk; Breast and Limb Reconstruction including Microvascular Reconstruction; and Skin Cancer. He provides clinics and operates at both University Hospital of Durham and Darlington Memorial Hospital.

  • Department: Plastic Surgery
  • Speciality: Plastic Surgery
  • Special interests: Skin Cancer; Breast, Trunk and Lower Limb Reconstruction; Paediatric Plastic Surgery; Microsurgical Reconstruction.
  • Secretary: Mrs. Julie Butler
  • Training: National Plastic Surgery Training Scheme in South West (Bristol & Exeter).
  • Qualifications: MBChB., MRCS (Eng.); FRCS (Plast.)
  • Date added to the specialist register: 2010
  • Training role: Mr Ali-Khan has a research link with Durham University; is the departmental co-ordinator and supervisor for medical students from Newcastle University; and a supervisor for junior doctors in training.
Ahmed Ali-Khan

Contact Information

Address: University Hospital of Durham & Darlington Memorial Hospital


Tel: 0191 333 2276

'As I was very, very nervous, I must have been the worst patient ever and they were brilliant with me and I can't thank them enough - could you please pass on my sincere thanks.'

Patient, Hysteroscopy Unit, Chester-le-Street Community Hospital