Mr Simon Clarke is a leading London consultant paediatric surgeon with over 25 years of experience. He provides first-class surgical expertise for a wide range of conditions, including hernias (umbilical and inguinal), undescended testicles, gastrointestinal disorders such as gastro-oesophegal reflux disease (GERD) and hydrocele.
Due to extensive training and experience, he is highly skilled in surgical procedures such as minimal access surgery (keyhole surgery), circumcision, neonatal surgery, laparoscopy and endoscopy. In fact, from 2018 to present, he has been the president of the British Association of Paediatric Endoscopic Surgeons (BAPES).
Mr Clarke's training took place in London at the globally renowned Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) as well as at Chelsea and St George's. He was also given the opportunity to train in Oxford and Hong Kong, giving him an even broader knowledge of surgical procedures such as minimal access surgery.
Not only does he commit his career to patient care, but also to medical research, with some of his main research interests being simulation and training in paediatric surgery. Furthermore, he also participates in the training of future surgeons as an honorary senior lecturer at Imperial College London.