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Mr Paul E Herbert

Whiteley Clinic London

General surgery

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Specialises in

  • Vascular surgery

About me

Paul is a Consultant Surgeon at both the Imperial College NHS Trust and The Whiteley Clinic. He qualified from Charing Cross medical school (part of Imperial) in 1997 and trained in general, vascular and transplantation. During his training he took a particular interest in the evolution of venous surgery and varicose vein treatments.

He performs his varicose vein work using the Whiteley Protocol mainly at the Whiteley clinic in central London just off Bond Street.

During his training he also undertook a PhD in transplantation biology and has published widely.

His Practice at Imperial mainly revolves around renal and pancreatic transplantation for NHS and International Patients, general surgery including complex hernia repair.

On the Vascular side Paul has used his vascular training to provide a service for vascular access for dialysis and haematology patients, including arteriovenous fistulae and lines. Within Imperial Paul is the Director of Clinical Studies for the Hammersmith Campus, and enjoys his educational responsibilties

Areas of interest

Varicose Vein surgery, ages 18 years and above; Leg ulcer management 18 years and above; hernia repair 18 years and above; vascular access surgery including tesio, portacath, Hickman lines, arteriovenous fistulae and arteriovenous grafts aged 18 and above; Kidney transplantation aged 18 and above; skin lesions (sebaceous cysts, lipoma etc) aged 18 and above; temporal artery biopsy age 18 and above; long term management of renal transplant patients age 18 and above; renal transplantation in high BMI recipients aged 18 and above

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