Mr Sudip Ray is a consultant vascular surgeon of outstanding skill and expertise. Private patients can access his first-rate vascular care at his renowned clinics in Wimbledon, Kingston and the Channel Islands.
Mr Ray has worked in all aspects of venous and arterial diseases. He has a keen subspecialist interest in sclerotherapy and minimally invasive (keyhole) surgery, including the VNUS closure procedure, for varicose veins. He is the UK lead trainer and an international trainer of the VenaSeal Closure System, an innovative outpatient procedure that allows veins to be closed safely and effectively with a specially formulated medical adhesive.
Additionally, Mr Ray is also an expert in the treatment of deep vein thrombosis (DVT) and was the chairman of the Thrombosis Group at Kingston Hospital. He also assists patients with the assessment and treatment of lower limb peripheral arterial diseases such as arterial blockages of the legs (claudication) and swelling.
After qualifying from Oxford University and completing extensive surgical training in London, he underwent a travelling fellowship in widely recognised vascular centres at UCLA, California, and Albany Medical Centre, New York. He has held NHS post at Kingston and Charing Cross Hospitals since 2000.
Mr Ray's interest in minimally invasive (keyhole) surgery keeps him at the forefront of implementing the latest technologies in his procedures. Many of his patients require day case outpatient procedures, and he aims to get all patients free and back to their normal lifestyle as quickly as possible after venous and arterial treatment.