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Some of the principal treatments carried out by Mrs Claire Clark at Spire include:
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After training in Sheffield, I moved to Scotland to do the rest of my surgical, neonatal and paediatric training. I have trained in Royal Hospital for Sick Children in Edinburgh, Simpson’s Neonatal Unit and Yorkhill Hospital, Glasgow. I also did a laparoscopic fellowship in Brisbane Australia.
Since 2012, I have been a consultant at the Royal Hospital for Sick Children Edinburgh (RHSC) where I undertake the full range of general paediatric surgery. I also run the tongue-tie service for the RHSC. I am lead surgeon for IBD and have a particular interest in lower GI and urology especially continence.
I am also secretary to the Scottish Paediatric Surgical Society.
Paediatric laparoscopic surgery
I am a paediatric surgeon. My expertise lies in infants and children from birth to 16 years old. As a paediatric surgeon I see all aspects of general paediatric surgery. I have a particular interest in tongue-tie, lower Gi surgery including inflammatory bowel disease and urology.
Royal college of Surgeons of Edinburgh
Secretary to the Scottish Paediatric Surgical Society
British Association of Paediatric Surgeons
General Medical Council
Consultant paediatric surgeon and urologist, Royal Hospital for Sick Children, EdinburghBack to top
Having spent many years living around the world, I chose to make Scotland my home, with my three boys and fellow surgeon husband. I actively enjoy crafting, baking and walking with her dogs. I enjoy architecture and spend as much time as possible in the garden.Back to top
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24 September 2018
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