Professor Kevin Moore

Professor Kevin Moore

MB BS FRCP BSc PhD

Gastroenterology

36 years of experience
24 years as a specialist
Video consultation available

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“Excellent doctor with excellent manner. Very approachable and does not talk down to you. Should train other doctors. Instils confidence in his patients. Could recommend him high enough.“
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Languages spoken

  • English
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Registered with

  • General Medical Council: 2845652
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    Consultation fees

    New appointment: £300

    Follow-up appointment: £200

    Practices worked at

    The Princess Grace Hospital

    42-52 Nottingham Place, London, United Kingdom, W1U 5NY
    254 reviews

    About

    Professor Kevin Moore is one of London's leading and most reputable liver specialists with more than 35 years of experience.

    Professor Kevin Moore trained in Medicine at King’s College Hospital in London, qualifying in 1983. He later specialised in gastroenterology as well as clinical pharmacology and therapeutics gaining a Certificate of Completion of Specialist Training (CCST) in Gastroenterology, Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics as well as General Internal Medicine.

    Professor Moore started hs career as a registrar in hepatolology and MRC Training Fellow at the King’s College Liver Unit, before becoming Senior Registrar at the Hammersmith Hospital, Royal Postgraduate Medical School, a position he held until being appointed as a MRC Senior Clinical Fellow and Consultant Physician and hepatologist at the Royal Free Hospital, and is now Professor of Hepatology. For twenty years, he was an integral part of the liver transplant team which lead the treatment of cirrhosis complications. 

    Professor Moore sees patients with a wide variety of liver problems from abnormal liver function tests to advanced cirrhosis.  He currently leads the Alcohol Care Team at the Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust and treats patients with alcohol dependency and alcohol-related liver problems, as well as fatty liver disease, autoimmune liver disease and cirrhosis. He chaired the writing of the National Plan for Liver Services in 2010, has published two books in acute medicine (Oxford Handbook of Acute Medicine and the Oxford Desk Reference), and has been widely published in numerous peer-reviewed journals.

     
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    Medical procedures

     Fibroscan

     

     
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    Special interests

    • Alcoholism
    • Cirrhosis
    • Fatty liver
    • Hepatology
    • Abnormal liver function tests
    • Alcohol related liver disease
    • Autoimmune liver disease
    • Drug induced liver disease
    • Liver transplantation advice

     

     
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    Education

    Primary Medical Qualification
    MB BS 1983 University of London

    Specialist Register entry date
    Clinical pharmacology and therapeutics From 16 Sep 2010
    Gastro-enterology From 16 May 1996
    General (internal) medicine From 16 Sep 2010

     

    Further Education/Training

    Doctor of Philosophy (Biochemistry), King's College, London
    Bachelor of Medicine/Bachelor of Surgery (Clinical Medicine), King's College, London

    Bachelor of Science (First Class Honours) – Biochemistry in King's College London
    Certificate of Completion of Specialist Training (CCST) in Gastroenterology, Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics as well as General Internal Medicine


    Professional Memberships
    Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians
    British Association for Study of the Liver
    British Society of Gastroenterology
    European Association for Study of the Liver

     
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    Excellent doctor with excellent manner. Very approachable and does not talk down to you. Should train other doctors. Instils confidence in his patients. Could recommend him high enough.
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    Fantastic bed side Manor , honest , fair breaks everything down and explains everything so you have a proper understanding also reassuring keeps in excellent contact with appointments etc . Overall Professor Moore has been and continues to be a fantastic professor.
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    I am very happy to endorse Professor Moore whose knowledge and professionalism is outstanding. As a doctor he exudes confidence which is exactly what is required when treating patients in vulnerable circumstances.
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    SIMPLY THE BEST.
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    The care Professor Moore has given to my husband and myself has been wonderful. When my husband was going to have his liver biopsy, we had questions,and we email him, within hours he had replied, and put our mind at rest. Later on when my husband was in ICU in the Royal Free, he phoned our home to find out what had happened. Also when l was confused about my husband treatment l email him in the middle of the night, and he email at 8.30am, and met me at the hospital at 2pm, and talked me through what was happening. We have nothing but good thinks to say about Professor Moore ‘s care and treatment.
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    I was asked to see Dr Moore he has gone above and beyond any specialist I have ever met. No matter what time you email,phone,text him he is back to you ASAP and I’m still ongoing with Dr Moore. I never thought I would say this but to him you are a person and not just a NHS number and you don’t have to wait 6 weeks to get a response. And he understands I’m also waiting for another huge operation for something else that I’m desperate for and he has gone and done things to help me to get moving forward as quickly as possible to get me there. He is extremely professional, polite and very hard working to get you the best care and treatment. and no mucking about and gives you the explanation that you can understand not all medical terms. I’m extremely lucky and honoured to have been passed to Dr Moore.
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    Amazing. Professor Moore is the first doctor my husband has seen in many years who has really listened to us and in my opinion wants to help and find out what is happening. Also having an email to contact a doctor is such an excellent idea. Thank you so much!
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