Mr Yacoub Khalaf MB BCh, MSc, MD, FRCOG, MFFP Director of the Assisted Conception Unit and HFEA Person Responsible
Mr Khalaf qualified in Egypt (Assiut University) and completed his MD in Birmingham (UK). After completion of RCOG subspecialty training in Reproductive Medicine and Surgery at Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospital NHS Foundation Trust he became a consultant in gynaecology and reproductive medicine in 2001.
He is currently the Medical Director of the Assisted Conception Unit at Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospital and Director of the Pre-implantation Genetic Diagnosis (PGD) Programme. Mr Khalaf also delivers the consultant-led personalised care for private patients, for further information please call 020 7188 2300.
Yacoub Khalaf is a recognised international expert in management of infertility and assisted conception. Together with his ACU team, he has been helping thousands of couples fulfill their dream of having children.
He has also established himself as a national and international expert in the conservative management of uterine fibroids. He was voted by fellow consultant colleagues in a survey conducted by the daily mail newspapers among the experts in management of uterine fibroids in the UK being described as one of the safest pair of hands in fibroid surgery. He is renowned for his utter dedication to his profession and he prides himself on offering a truly patient-centred care and is accessible to his patients 24/7.
He has lectured at major national and international conferences and published widely on all aspects of assisted conception, in particular, fibroids, ovarian stimulation, IVF and PGD. He has also appeared on TV (BBC, ITV, Channel 4) in addition to interviews by the BBC Today programme and Radio 5. He is a spokesperson for the British Fertility Society.
Mr Khalaf also delivers the consultant-led personalised care for private patients, for further information please call 020 7188 8042.
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