Director and Consultant in Reproductive Medicine at King’s Fertility
Dr Ippokratis Sarris is a Consultant in Reproductive Medicine and the Director of King’s Fertility, an Honorary Senior Clinical Lecturer at King’s College London and an Honorary Consultant at King’s College Hospital. He is also the HFEA Person Responsible for the unit. As such, he oversees the centre’s clinical, research, educational and regulatory activities.
Dr Sarris graduated from Trinity College, Cambridge in 1999 after which he completed his medical degree at Oxford’s Magdalen College. Moving to London, he became a member of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists and joined the Oxford Maternal Perinatal Health Institute as a clinical research fellow. Through this he was awarded his Doctorate.
Dr Sarris completed his specialty training at several London teaching hospitals and subsequently moved to Newcastle to complete his subspecialty training in reproductive medicine and surgery, leading to his dual accreditation with the General Medical Council. Following this period, he returned to London to work as a fertility consultant.
Dr Sarris has written over two-dozen peer-reviewed academic papers, seven book chapters and two Oxford University Press textbooks in the field of obstetrics and gynaecology. He has tutored and lectured in graduate and postgraduate Medicine and continues to mentor trainee doctors through the King’s Fertility research fellowship programme along with acting as a supervisor for MD/PhD degrees at King’s College London.
An active member of numerous medical organisations, Ippokratis is an elected member of the Executive Committee of the British Fertility Society, as well as a member of its Training Subcommittee as Chair of the Pelvic Ultrasound Study Days.
Embracing the ethos of the Fetal Medicine Foundation, Ippokratis joined the organisation to set up and lead King’s Fertility. He is passionate about tailoring treatments to meet the unique and specific needs of patients: offering high quality care and a satisfying patient experience.