Dr Andrew Webb
Bsc, MBBS, MD, FRCP
Dr Webb trained at the Royal Marsden Hospital, Registrar/Senior Registrar rotation from 1993 to 2001. He did a post graduate MD at the Institute of Cancer Research looking at novel molecular therapy in patients with lymphoma and was awarded an MD thesis from the University of London in 2001. He was also a locum consultant at the Royal Marsden Hospital for a year before starting in Sussex in 2002.
Dr Webb specialises in treating patients with lymphoma, those with a full range of gastrointestinal cancers or renal cancers. He works mainly at BSUH but do one day a week at Western Sussex NHS Trust treating gastro-intestinal cancers. He has a particular interest in the management of older patients with cancers.
Some of the principal treatments carried out by Dr Andrew Webb at Spire include:
Lymphoma, Gastrointestinal Cancer and Renal Cancer
Dr Webb is the Lead for Chemotherapy and Intrathecal Chemotherapy for the local NHS Trust. He chair’s the Chemotherapy Committee for the Sussex Cancer Network.
Nationally, Dr Webb is a member of the Clinical Advisory Board for the Cancer Charity Macmillan and is a member of the National Cancer Research Institutes for Lymphoma.
Dr Webb is an active member of the Sussex Cancer Fund which works to improve treatment and facilities for cancer patients locally.
Brighton and Sussex University Hospital Trust
Honorary Contract with Western Sussex Hospital Trust at Worthing
To unwind from work, Dr Webb is a keen amateur cook and enjoys sharing his culinary experiments with his family and friends. He regularly plays badminton and ski.
He is a National Trust member and also loves exploring flea markets. Dr Webb has recently walked the South Downs way with his son.