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Mr Sudip Ray

Consultant Vascular Surgeon

Qualifications:
MA MS FRCS

Main NHS base:
Kingston Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

Personal Secretary:

020 8971 8026

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Year of qualification:

1986

GMC number:

3132418

Training & background:

Mr Ray was appointed as Consultant Vascular Surgeon at Kingston and St George's Hospitals in 2000. He previously qualified from Magdalen College, Oxford University and completed his surgical training at St Thomas' Hospital, London. He has also worked as a Travelling Fellow in the prestigious vascular centres of UCLA, California and Albany Medical Centre, New York. Mr Ray continues to work in the NHS and was revalidated by the General Medical Council in 2013. 

Clinical Interests:

Keyhole and daycase treatments for varicose veins and venous disease. UK and International Trainer for Venaseal and Closurefast procedures at Parkside Hospital and Kingston Hospital. Assessment and treatment of lower limb arterial diseases and swelling. 

Areas of expertise:

General Surgery, Varicose Veins.

Personal profile:

Mr Ray has worked at Parkside Hospital since 2000 and introduced keyhole vein procedures there soon after. He has performed several thousand of these around London and the Channel Islands and presents his results at international meetings. He chairs the Thrombosis Group at Kingston Hospital, which is responsible for the diagnosis and management of deep vein thrombosis, an improtant cause of leg pain and swelling. He lives in Putney and is married with two boys, to whom he has happily passed on any sporting ambitions. 

Clinic Times:

Please note these are regular clinics, other times may be available by appointment.

Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat
AM A
PM
EVE A

Schedule Key

A: Alternate weeks
M: Monthly sessions
A/H: Ad Hoc
P: Consulting at Parkside Hospital at Putney
A/P: Consulting alternative weeks at Parkside Hospital at Putney
M/P: Consulting monthly at Parkside Hospital at Putney

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