Mr Jonathan Boyle

Mr Jonathan Boyle

Consultant Vascular Surgeon
MB ChB, MD, MA, FRCS(Ed), FRCS(Eng), FRCS(Gen.Surg)

"I have worked at the Cambridge Lea for nearly 15 years, the hospital is well run with a focus on patient safety and experience."

Practising at

Spire Cambridge Lea Hospital

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Treatment information

Some of the principal treatments carried out by Mr Jonathan Boyle at Spire include:

General surgery at Spire Cambridge Lea Hospital

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Professional profile

I have been a Consultant Vascular Surgeon at Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Trust for 15 years. For the last four years I have been the Clinical Lead. Prior to my appointment I trained in Leicester, Southampton, Portsmouth and Adelaide, Australia.

I specialise in vascular surgery with a specific interest in minimally invasive procedures. In particular the management of varicose veins with keyhole techniques including, endovenous thermal ablation, VNUS closure, Venefit, endovenous laser ablation, FOAM sclerotherapy and endovenous glue (Venaseal). I was at the forefront of the development of endovascular aortic aneurysm repair (EVAR) in the UK in the 1990s and have published extensively on this topic.

Cambridge Vascular Unit is well recognised as one of the leading departments in the UK. We are consistently one of the busiest for major vascular surgery with excellent results. Individual unit and surgeon levels results have been published and are in the public domain. My results are available here:

I am the Clinical Lead for the Vascular Network that includes West Suffolk, Queen Elizabeth Hospital, King's Lynn. I am a member of the Clinical Reference Group (CRG) for vascular surgery which provides advice to NHS England as to how specialist vascular services should be delivered (2016-current).

Clinical Interests

General surgery
Hernia repair surgery
Vascular medicine
Vascular surgery
Vascular radiology

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Associate Editor, European Journal of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery (2016-current)
Associate Editor, Journal of Endovascular Therapy

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Qualification and professional memberships

MB ChB, MD / University of Leicester / 1991
Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery, Doctor of Medicine

Professional memberships

Chairman of the Specialty Advisory Committee (SAC) for Vascular Surgery
Member of Vascular Society of Great Britain and Ireland
Member of the European Society of Vascular Surgery
Member of the British Society of Endovascular Therapy
Member of the International Society of Endovascular Specialists (ISES)

Professional leadership

Council of the Vascular Society of Great Britain and Ireland (2012-present)
President, The British Society of Endovascular Therapy (2013-2015)
Clinical Lead for Vascular Surgery in Cambridge (2013-present)
Current Chair of the Specialty Advisory Committee (SAC) for Vascular Surgery

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Current NHS posts

Clinical Lead and Consultant Vascular Surgeon, Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Trust

Consultant Vascular Surgeon, West Suffolk Hospital NHS Trust

Associate Lecturer, University of Cambridge

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Financial Interests

Owns 100 % of the Fujifilm SonoSite Ultrasound used at the hospital.

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Private contact details

Telephone 01223 266990
Private secretary Mandy De Martino
Private secretary telephone 01223 266926
Private secretary fax 01223 266926
Private secretary email

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