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Last updated: 12 Nov 2020
Mr Alun H Davies MA,DM,FRCS is a Consultant Surgeon whose NHS practise is based at Charing Cross Hospital. Mr Davies trained in Cambridge, Oxford, Plymouth, Boston (USA) and Bristol, prior to taking up a Consultant appointment in Charing Cross in 1994. Mr Davies is a world expert in the management of arterial and venous disorder. He is editor of Phlebology ( the only worldwide English language journal dealing with venous disease), President of the European Venous Forum, Member of the American Venous Forum, the American College of Phlebology, The Venous Forum at The Royal Society of Medicine, Vascular Surgical Society of Great Britain and Ireland, European Society of Vascular Surgery and the Association of Surgeons of Great Britain and Ireland. He has also written extensively on many aspects of venous and arterial disease. In the NHS, he runs a busy vascular and endovascular practise and a general surgical day surgery practise. He would be very please to see patients with the following problems:- Varicose veins, Thread veins, DVT, Leg ulcers, Carotid artery disease, Aneurysmal disease, Claudication, Hyperhydrosis, Abdominal wall and groin herniae. He is recognized by all the major insurances companies in the UK.
Areas of interest
Varicose veins, carotids, aneurysms, hyperhydrosis, endovenous ablation, thread veins, inguinal hernia
- Nisha Henry
- Faculty of Medicine Imperial College School of Medicine Level 4,Charing Cross Hospital Fulham Palace Road LONDON W6 8RF
- 020 3311 7309
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Anaesthetists worked with
Professor Alun Davies has worked with Dr Ian R Barker at the following hospitals:
- Charing Cross Hospital (1-5)
Current NHS consultant posts held
Outcomes in vascular surgery
Reference number 2952147
Affiliations / memberships
Vasc Society of GB and Ireland, Ass of Surgeons, SRS, ESVS. American Venous Forum. Royal Society of Medicine. European Venous Forum.