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Mr Paul Elliot Herbert qualified in 1997 from Charing Cross Medical School and has pursued a career in surgery since then. He has trained and worked mainly in London as a surgeon with a sub-specialist interest in the challenging specialties of renal transplantation and the surgery of vascular access. As part of this he trained in units at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust and Guy’s and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust. 

Mr Herbert has worked as a consultant surgeon at the Trust since 2013. He is expert in all aspects of renal transplantation including live donation, as well as vascular access, hernia repair and complex abdominal wall repairs in post-surgical patients (including immunosuppressed patients).

Within the Trust Mr Herbert leads on transplantation surgical governance and deceased donor transplantation. He is also the Hammersmith foundation training programme director.


General surgery, women's HIV clinic, renal and pancreatic transplantation, vascular access for dialysis, hernias, long-term tunnelled lines including permacath and tesio

Research & publications

Mr Herbert has a PhD in transplant immunology from Imperial College London. He has a deep understanding of transplant immunology and the complexity around it.

As well as the scientific detail, he is also interested in a broader patient-centred approach and is involved in medical education.

Private practice

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