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Dr Ian David Pedley

Consultant Clinical Oncologist
BSc (Hons), MB ChB, MRCP, FRCR

Practising at

Spire Washington Hospital

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Treatment information

Some of the principal treatments carried out by Dr Ian David Pedley at Spire include:

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Professional profile

Having graduated from the University of Leeds Medical School I completed my early medical training in Leeds, obtaining an MRCP and FRCR. I worked on the academic unit at the Royal Marsden Hospital prior to taking up my post as consultant clinical oncologist in Newcastle.

I have gained significant experience in all aspects of urological and gastrointestinal malignancies.

Clinical Interests

Breast cancer
Chemotherapy
Upper gastrointestinal cancer

Prostate cancer; brachytherapy and 3D conformal radiotherapy; colorectal cancer; breast cancer; chemotherapy.

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Qualification and professional memberships

MB ChB / University of Leeds / 1990
Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery

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Current NHS posts

Consultant Clinical Oncologist, Northern Centre for Cancer Treatment, Newcastle General Hospital.

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Personal Profile

I am a keen sports fan and a Middlesbrough Football Club season ticket holder.

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Private contact details

Telephone 0191 219 4204
Private secretary email michelle.gardiner@nuth.northy.nhs.uk

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