BSc Physiology (Hons), MBChB, MRCS (Ed), FRCS (General Surgery)
Consultant Laparoscopic General & Bariatric Surgeon. Brighton & Sussex.
To make an appointment, please call
01273 627022 or 01273 828148
Mr Goldie Khera went to medical school at Liverpool University; he taught physiology and was awarded an intercalated BSc (Hons) Physiology in 1995 researching molecular pain producing substances. Goldie qualified with an MBChB in 1998.
Most of his surgical training took place in the Mersey deanery, where he completed his MRCS; he subsequently spent 12 months as a registrar in Brisbane Australia in 2003 where he learnt laparoscopic gastro-intestinal surgery. After returning to Merseyside he successfully completed his FRCS in 2010; he then obtained his Certificate of Completion of training (CCT) – Specialist GMC Register 2010.
Mr Goldie Khera subsequently undertook a fellowship at the Prince of Wales Hospital in Hong Kong 2010, where regular robotic and advanced natural orifice laparoscopic surgery is undertaken. He was then selected for one of only two nationally selected Ethicon Bariatric fellowships at North Tyneside Hospital 2011-2012.
Mr Khera has a keen interest in surgical training and education and was elected President of the Association of Surgeons in Training (ASiT) 2011-2012. He has numerous publications and has presented his clinical research and on behalf of ASiT both nationally and internationally.
Mr Goldie Khera is General Surgical lead for medical students and Honorary senior clinical lecturer at Brighton and Sussex Medical School. He is the pastoral General Surgical lead for Foundation Doctors in training from the South Thames Foundation School at Brighton and Sussex University Hospital NHS trust. He is also the Brighton and Sussex University Hospital representative at our local deanery Health Education Kent Surrey and Sussex (HEKSS) on behalf of our Surgical Training Registrar's. As well as co lead, founder and surgical appraiser of the new internal Surgical Clinical Fellow rotation at Brighton and Sussex University Hospital NHS Trust. This 2 year surgical training scheme has been heavily in demand and allows non training grade junior registrar grade surgeons to rotate through surgical specialties of their choice including Orthopaedics, ENT, Plastics, Neurosurgery, Vascular, Breast, Colorectal, Upper GI, Emergency and Urology. With a strong emphasis on teaching, training and medical education with elements of this Masters level training subsidised by HEKSS.
He performs most general surgeries laparoscopically and is part of the emergency surgical on call rota as a substantive Consultant General Surgeon at Brighton and Sussex University Hospital NHS Trust. He operates and does consultations at the Royal Sussex County Hospital in Brighton, Princess Royal Hospital in Haywards Heath as well as the Lewes Victoria Hospital.
Mr Goldie Khera is married, enjoys interior design and DIY and loves gardening with his daughter – growing some fruit, vegetables and herbs. He enjoys the great outdoors especially cycling, canoeing, horse riding and skiing. His hobbies also include amateur astronomy and astrophysics. Mr Khera was shortlisted for astronaut interview in Hamburg, Germany by the European Space Agency in July 2008.
Goldie recently discussed hernias, a common problem that can affect us all, with the Brighton and Hove Independent - Read more >
Has a groin injury stopped you from cycling? Find out about Mr Goldie Khera's effective treatment to get you back in the saddle - Read more >
Goldie Khera Featured on Inside Out South East
Goldie Khera was recently featured on BBC South East's Inside Out programme where he discussed the effects of obesity on health services in the South East. - Read more >
Mr Goldie Khera is an Honorary Clinical Senior lecturer at Brighton and Sussex Medical School. Click to read DDU teaching feedback. Read more >
Brighton Bariatrics presented three original patient pathway and safety research posters at the International Federation for the Surgery of Obesity IFSO London 2017. Read more >
Improving clinical surgical training, quality outcome measures and enhanced recovery.
Consultant General Surgeon at Brighton and Sussex University Hospital NHS Trust
Past President of the Association of Surgeons in Training (ASiT) 2011-12
ASiT Executive 2010-2014
Association of Surgeons of Great Britain and Ireland (ASGBI)
Association of Laparoscopic Surgeons of GB and Ireland (ALSGBI)
Association of Upper GI Surgeons (AUGIS)
British Obesity and Metabolic Surgery Society (BOMSS)
Faculty of Surgical Trainers (FST)
Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh (RCSEd)
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Mr Goldie Khera also performs surgery in the following locations:
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Mr Goldie Khera ia a RMBF volunteer Medical Liaison Officer. He has been fundraising for and supporting the Royal Medical Benevolent Fund since 2011. This is a charity supporting Doctors and their families in financial hardship following illness or bereavement.