Registration & Memberships
Registration and licensing
- Full GMC Licence to practice
Memberships and associations
- Association of Upper GI Surgeons
- British Transplant Society
Mr Charles Imber
MD FRCS Mb. BChir. BSc. Hons.
Mr. Imber is a leading London teaching hospital Consultant as well as the Clinical Lead for Liver Transplantation at The Royal Free Hospital London. His areas of interest include General and HPB Surgery. He is also in charge of the National Organ Retrieval Service (NORS) for the North London region. He completed his medical degree at Cambridge University, where he also received an honours degree in Oncology and Immunology. Mr Imber is also a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of England.
Mr Imber has special interests in complex abdominal wall hernia surgery, Hepatobiliary and Pancreatic Surgery, Liver Transplantation, Laparoscopic Surgery and Emergency Surgery.
Mr Imber was awarded a HCA Travelling Fellowship in 2012, the Presentation Travel Award from the International Liver Transplant Society (2006), the Medawar Prize Session from the British Transplant Society (2003), and the Hanson Research Fellow and Scholarship from Oxford University (1999). He has over 50 peer reviewed publications in journals including Lancet, Liver Transplantation and HPB Surgery, as well as 3 book chapters.
He has an extensive private practice attracting patients from both within the UK and also worldwide. He performed the first robotic liver resection and the first robotic pancreatic resections in the UK with successful outcomes and is a pioneer in this form of minimally invasive complex abdominal surgery.
Mr Imber is available to be seen for daycase surgery and outpatient consultations at Hadley Wood Hospital.
Mr Imber is father to three teenage boys. He enjoys playing tennis and running in his spare time.
Open hernia repair
Skin lumps and bumps
Perianal examination under anaesthetic
Colorectal liver metastases
Hydatid disease of liver
Complex abdominal wall hernias
Groin pain and inguinal hernias
Gall bladder disease
General surgery emergencies
Novel technologies for Liver preservation for subsequent transplantation
Colorectal liver metastases, pancreatic cancer