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What we do

Vascular surgeons diagnose and treat disorders of the vessels that carry blood away from (arteries) and back to (veins) your heart.

These disorders can include blockages and narrowing of the vessels, abnormal swellings of the vessels (aneurysm) or vessel malfunctions.

Vascular disorders often involve other body systems and during your treatment we will work with other medical specialists such as radiologists and general physicians.

What to expect when you come for your appointment

When you come for your appointment, your surgeon will ask questions about your illness and examine you to try to determine or confirm the diagnosis. 

You may also need a number of tests (for example blood tests, x-rays, scans).  Sometimes these can all be done during one visit. In other cases, you will need to come to several follow-up appointments.

Once a diagnosis has been made your surgeon will discuss your treatment with you. In some cases this will mean surgery, while other cases can be managed with medication and advice. Your surgeon will discuss with you the surgical process and the likely outcome.


You will need to be referred to our service by your GP or specialist.

Our team

Mr Richard Evans

Vascular Surgeon

Mr Dilip Naik

Vascular Surgeon

Dr Lupe Taumoepeau

Vascular & Endovascular Surgeon

Mr Kes Wicks

Vascular & Endovascular Surgeon

Last updated 1 September 2020.