Mr Wissam Al-Jundi is a new generation consultant vascular surgeon who sees patients at Spire Norwich Hospital and Vein Centre Norwich. He is highly skilled in open and endovascular (keyhole) procedures. Mr Al-Jundi also has a busy practice within the NHS that involves emergency and elective management of the complete range of vascular diseases including aneurysms, carotid artery disease, peripheral arterial disease, and varicose veins.
Mr Al-Jundi strives for excellence when managing patients by working closely with them to provide up-to-date and high standards of clinical care.
His special interests include performing complex endovascular procedures for aortic aneurysms, diagnosing and treating thoracic outlet syndrome, and performing endovenous procedures for varicose veins.
Within his private practice, he manages the full range of venous diseases, and offers pinhole radiofrequency and laser ablation procedures, foam sclerotherapy, microavulsions, and microsclerotherapy.
Mr Al-Jundi completed his extensive surgical training in South Yorkshire prior to undertaking fellowships in minimally invasive vascular procedures at national and international centres of excellence, such as the Freeman Hospital in Newcastle, and the University of Toronto Hospital in Canada. Alongside his clinical training, he was awarded the Master of Science from Cardiff University in 2011, Master of Education from the University of Sheffield in 2017, and received an MBA with distinction from the University of East Anglia (UEA) in 2020.
Mr Al-Jundi is also a senior clinical lecturer and instructor at UEA and he assists in delivering the Master of Clinical Education programme, the MBBS programme, and supports nurses' education.
He has authored and co-authored more than 40 publications in scientific journals and postgraduate books. He developed a special interest in technology and education, and published and presented his work at national and international level in Europe and Canada.