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As part of our longstanding relationship, we are proud to be dedicating our resources to the NHS at this important time. As a result many of our treatments are currently suspended and we are reviewing all planned procedures and consultations. We are making every effort to talk to impacted patients and apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.
Some of the principal treatments carried out by Mr Giles Critchley at Spire include:
Mr Giles Critchley is a Consultant Neurosurgeon at Spire Gatwick Park Hospital and at Hurstwood Park Neurological Centre. He qualified from Cambridge University and St Thomas' Hospital Medical School, St George's Hospital and the Princess Royal Hospital. After gaining his surgeon's qualification he spent three years in Manchester and Salford, before being appointed as a research lecturer in Atkinson Morley's Hospital, Wimbledon in 1997. There he studied cerebral blood flow and ischaemia following subarachnoid haemorrhage for his MD thesis. At Atkinson Morley's Hospital he passed the FRCS (SN) and trained in all aspects of neurosurgery.
Since working at Hurstwood Park, Mr Critchley has developed his interests in spinal surgery, especially surgery of the cervical spine, tumour surgery and cerebral aneurysm surgery. His practice at Spire Gatwick Park Hospital reflects these interests.
Lumbar spine disorders
Royal College of Surgeons of England
Society of British Neurological Surgeons
Consultant Neurosurgeon, Hurstwood Park Neurological Centre, Brighton & Sussex University NHS TrustBack to top
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