FCPS, MRCS, FRCS (C-Th), MBA
Consultant Cardiac and Aortic Surgeon at the Royal Papworth Hospital, Cambridge. Offers a wide repertoire of cardiac surgery in practice. Sub-specialty interest is complex aortic surgery.
About Mr Farid
Consultant Cardiac and Aortic Surgeon
Mr. Farid was appointed as a Consultant Cardiac and Aortic Surgeon at Royal Papworth Hospital, Cambridge, UK in October 2021. Before that, he was a Cardiac surgeon at John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford in 2018. Mr. Farid offers a full range of cardiac surgery which includes coronary artery bypass grafting, complex valvular surgery (aortic and mitral valve surgery), aortic root surgery, aortic aneurysm repair and redo surgeries.
Mr. Farid has consistently performed at a very high level, which is represented by his excellent surgeon-specific mortality and outcome results.
Mr. Farid remains a strong advocate for patient-focused care and robust clinical governance to maintain the highest standards in cardiac surgery.LinkedIn
Consultant Cardiac and Aortic Surgeon
Royal Papworth Hospital, Cambridge, UK
Consultant Cardiac Surgeon
John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford, UKMember of the Oxford Complex Aortic Surgery Team
Cliniques Universitaires Saint-Luc, BrusselsUnderwent advanced fellowship under world famous cardiac surgeon Prof Gebrine El Khoury gaining valuable experience in complex valve surgery.
Papworth Hospital, Cambridge, UKSpecialty registrar at Health Education East of England Deanery. He underwent adult cardiac surgical training at the Royal Papworth Hospital, Cambridge which is the UK's leading heart and lung surgery hospital. During his 6 years training at Royal Papworth Hospital he gained valuable experience in complex adult cardiac surgery, mechanical circulatory support devices and underwent fellowship in complex aortic surgery.
Registrar (LAT Training)
Wythenshawe HospitalST3 LAT and LAS SPR in Cardiothoracic surgery at Wythenshawe Hospital.
Manchester Royal InfirmaryClinical Fellow in Cardiothoracic surgery at Manchester Royal Infirmary
Royal Brompton, Harefield, Northern General HospitalTraining SHO in cardiothoracic surgery at Royal Brompton Hospital, Harefield hospital and Northern General Hospital.
Various hospitals in BangladeshTraining SHO in various surgical specialties in Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh approved various teaching hospitals in Bangladesh, including BIRDEM Hospital, Dhaka Medical College Hospital and Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Medical University (BSMMU).
Awards and Prizes
Coronary artery bypass surgery, colloquially heart bypass or bypass surgery, is a surgical procedure to restore normal blood flow to an obstructed coronary artery. A normal coronary artery transports blood to and from the heart muscle itself, not through the main circulatory system.Read More
Aortic Valve Replacement
Aortic valve replacement is a procedure whereby the failing aortic valve of a patient's heart is replaced with an artificial heart valve. The aortic valve may need to be replaced if valve is leaky (aortic insufficiency, also known as aortic regurgitation) or The valve is narrowed and doesn't open fully (aortic stenosis)Read More
Mitral Valve Replacement
Mitral valve replacement is a procedure whereby the diseased mitral valve of a patient's heart is replaced by either a mechanical or tissue (bioprosthetic) valve. The mitral valve may need to be replaced because: The valve is leaky (mitral valve regurgitation) The valve is narrowed and doesn't open properly (mitral valve stenosis)Read More
Aortic root replacement
Valve-sparing aortic root replacement (also known as the David procedure) is a cardiac surgery procedure which is used to treat Aortic aneurysms and to prevent Aortic dissection. It involves replacement of the aortic root without replacement of the aortic valve.Read More
Aortic aneurysm repair
The procedure involves the placement of an expandable stent graft within the aorta to treat aortic disease without operating directly on the aorta.Read More
What My Patients Say
Shakil Farid was very clear about the procedure and its risks beforehand. I had been waiting a long time and he had been appointed to catch up with the backlog and he was very accommodating to my need to have the very delayed op in June rather than late May. After the op Mr Farid was both informative and reassuring in the post op briefing. At the six-week follow-up appointment he checked thoroughly that I was following the recommended recovery regime and informed me of subsequent check-ups by colleagues. Throughout he was positive with excellent inter-personal skills.
I cannot thank Mr Farid enough for his work which has changed my life.
Wonderfully explained the procedure, support and aftercare for my Heart Bypass Operation. The whole team of medic staff were execellent in providing the care and support before, during and after the surgery. In particular, Mr S Farid was exceptionally helpful in all questions/queries raised and put my mind at ease. Highly recommend the doctor and his team.
THE TREATMENT JOHN MY HUSBAND RECEIVED WAS EXCELLENT!
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