Special clinical interests: Resistant Depression, Cognitive Impairment, Mild Memory Problems, Bipolar Depression, All Mental Health Issues in Elderly
Dr Saad Khalaf
Old Age Psychiatry, Dual Registered, Acute General Psychiatry
Dr Khalaf has been a Consultant Psychiatrist for over 20 years. He has been a Consultant in Acute General Psychiatry to start with but moved to Mental Healthcare in the Elderly. He is an expert in providing Court Reports and Mental Capacity Assessment.
He is a Fellow of the Royal College originally trained at The Maudsley, St. Mary’s Hospital and St. Charles. Dr Khalaf has been in West Surrey North East Hants for many years and is considered an expert in mental health in general but in elderly in particular. His interest is managing resistive depression, Bipolar, Schizophrenia and dementia particularly Alzheimers disease.
Dr Khalaf takes great pride in being elective in his view and has approached medical problems with similar strategy.
Languages: English, Arabic, French
Research Interests: Resistant Depression, Mood Disorder, Dementia, Vascular aspects of Cognitive Impairment
Current NHS and/or university posts: Consultant Psychiatrist, Surrey & Borders NHS Foundation Trust
Year of first medical qualification: 1971
Current membership(s) of professional, national and regional bodies: Fellow of the Royal College of Psychiatrists, Member of European Psychiatrists Association, British Medical Association, Royal College of Psychiatrists Council, Association of Neuropsychiarists in Europe