Our Doctors

Dr Naeem Ahmed


Na’eem completed undergraduate medicine at Guy’s, King’s and St Thomas’ Hospital where he received the St Thomas’ Hospital Cup. He undertook Academic Foundation Training at King’s College Hospital and thereafter completed Radiology training with subspecialty Musculoskeletal imaging Fellowship at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital. 

Na’eem is former Editorial Board member for the Royal College of Physicians’ Journal Clinical Medicine and Future Healthcare Journal. Na’eem Na’eem received the Young Authors Award from the British Medical Association in 2017 for his co-authored textbook on chest imaging. He was appointed Consultant Radiologist at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital in 2019.

Na’eem was awarded Medallist of the Order of the British Empire in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List 2019.

Dr Dalia Kazzaz


Dr Dalia Kazzaz is a Consultant Radiologist with a special interest in Genitourinary and Paediatric imaging. Her NHS practice is based at the Chelsea and Westminster NHS Foundation Trust.

She did her radiological training both in Yorkshire and London and she undertook a fellowship in Oncological imaging at the renowned cancer centre of the Royal Marsden Hospital. She is presently the Peadiatric Radiology Lead at West Middlesex University Hospital providing a whole range of imaging services for paediatric as well as adult patients.

Dr Nada Nakhla


Dr Nakhla is a consultant radiologist having graduated with honors, completed training and obtained a Master’s degree in diagnostic and interventional radiology from Alexandria University Hospitals, Egypt. She has a busy clinical practice and is a core member of Head & Neck Multidisciplinary Team at Chelsea & Westminster NHS FT. Her particular areas of interest and expertise are head and neck and ENT imaging.

Dr Shahrooz Mohammadi


Dr Mohammadi qualified from Guy’s, King’s and St Thomas’ Hospital medical school, graduating with Distinction. He completed his radiology training at St George’s hospital, undertaking specialist training at Royal Marsden hospital, Great Ormand street, Royal Brompton and Atkinson Morley Wing. He completed his sub-specialty fellowship in breast imaging at St George’s hospital. He is now a Consultant Radiologist at St George’s Hospital and at the Rose centre, the dedicated breast imaging centre, where he is the lead radiologist for the symptomatic breast services.

He continues to have an interest in general, emergency and oncological imaging as well as breast imaging. He is also involved in delivering postgraduate teaching and training at St George’s hospital and has presented and published nationally and internationally.

Dr Nasir Khan


Dr Nasir Khan is a Consultant Radiologist with a specialist interest in GI, HPB and Oncological imaging. He has also a fully trained interventional radiologist specialising in all oncological interventional procedures, including tumour, HPB, GI and urological therapies.

He currently has a split site post, working at both the Royal Marsden and the Chelsea and Westminster NHS Foundation Trusts Dr Khan trained in medicine at University College and Middlesex School of Medicine, following which he working in in various acute medical rotations in and around London. He then undertook specialist radiological training at the Chelsea & Westminster Hospital Training Scheme and was appointed as a Consultant in 2005. Dr Khan works as the GI lead, MRI lead and now Interventional Radiology lead. He is involved in the upper and lower GI cancer MDT’s and the acute GI MDT.

Over the last 15 years, during his time as GI lead, he has worked hard to develop the IBD imaging service and MDT and has also developed a strong GI radiology team. He developed the Interventional Oncology Service at the Royal Marsden Hospital prior to the development of Oncological Intervention as a specialty. He has always been at the forefront of the specialty, devising novel ways to deal with complex clinical conditions. Dr Khan has been on various national tumour boards and been involved in a number of research projects / trials. He is a trainer and educational supervisor for radiology trainees, Interventional and GI fellows. Further academic interests include 3D imaging of anorectum, novel IR therapies in oncology and response assessment following targeted SIRT with on going research projects in these fields.

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