is a London-based healthcare consultancy, founded by world-leading Paediatric Neurosurgeon, Owase Jeelani.
Interface Healthcare Solutions is focused on the establishment of comprehensive healthcare strategies, utilising best-in-class practitioners, medical expertise and delivering future proof solutions for private, public, national and international healthcare authorities.
We have 20 years’ worth of experience delivering healthcare advisory services in over 100 countries around the world. We have led teams of healthcare professionals while aiding management and leadership teams to deliver best-in-class medical practices.
Our work utilises laboratory-based science, engineering and software platforms to manage data and provide robust forecasting. These techniques underpin the strategies and solutions we have succssfully delivered to our clients over the last 20 years.
We specialise in connecting skillsets, empowering teams and providing leadership programmes that find solutions to seemingly insurmountable problems. We have achieved this on multiple occasions globally.
Stephen Sackur speaks to neurosurgeon Owase Jeelani. How does he deal with the extreme stress of life-and-death decision-making that comes with his chosen profession?
Doctors Owase Jeelani and David Dunaway have worked together for more than a decade at Great Ormond Street Hospital. Their latest operation, which made headlines last week, was their most challenging yet: separating conjoined twins Safa and Marwa over 50 gruelling hours. They tell Hilary Rose how they did it
The 1-year-old twins were separated in surgery lasting over 12 hours. “For the first time, the family can hold the babies separately,” a pediatric neurosurgeon at the hospital said.
This new two-part documentary for ITV explores the amazing world of conjoined twins, discovering how families cope with the extraordinary circumstance of being parents to the rarest of babies
A 3,000-mile journey, two surgical teams, ten-hour operations… The epic struggle to separate conjoined twins from Sudan.
Rare conjoined twins have been separated at a world-leading children’s hospital in London, surgeons have announced.
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