Mr Neil Roberts is a leading cardiothroacic surgeon based in London. Specialising in cardiac surgery, Mr Roberts provides a range of surgical options with a high rate of successful patient outcomes. Mr Roberts first graduated from Dundee University in 1996, before becoming a member of the Royal College of Surgeons in 1999. He then continued his specialised training and experience in Sheffield, St George's Hospital, London and Harefield Hospital. In 2008, he was awarded the McCormack Medal for achieving the highest mark in cardiothoracic surgery in the UK and Ireland, and was the first cardiac surgical trainee to be awarded a fellowship by the British Society of Endovascular Therapy, which allowed him to pursue endovascular training at St Mary's Hospital, London.
Alongside his clinical work, Mr Roberts has an interest in training and education, and is the educational supervisor for SCTS (the Society for Cardiothoracic Surgery) education courses. He is an experienced public speaker, presenting widely at national and international conferences, and has also published widely in his field in peer-reviewed medical journals.