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Mr Colin Chan

Mr Colin Chan

Consultant Vascular and General Surgeon
MB BS, FRCS

Practising at

Spire Murrayfield Hospital Wirral

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Treatment information

Some of the principal treatments carried out by Mr Colin Chan at Spire include:

Vascular surgery

Other treatments

Removal of subcutaneous lumps and bumps

Diabetic foot disease

Thoracoscopic sympathectomy for hyperhidrosis, (excessive sweating)

Thoracic outlet syndrome surgery (including cervical ribs and first rib resection)

Aneurysms

Surgery for stroke

Surgery for claudication

Carotid stenting

Mesenteric ischaemia

Leg bypass

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Professional profile

Mr Chan has been a consultant vascular and general surgeon at Arrowe Park Hospital since 2006. He has practiced at the Countess of Chester Hospital since 2014. Apart from his general commitments to providing emergency and elective vascular care, his interests are complex aneurysm surgery, visceral ischaemia, complex carotid reconstruction and stenting. He also leads in the surgical management of diabetic foot disease. He has trained surgical trainees who have successfully become consultants in their own right and continues to sit on the National Selection Panel for Surgical Training.


Clinical Interests

General surgery
Hernia repair surgery
Endovascular surgery
Vascular medicine
Vascular surgery
Vascular surgery

Mr Chan has a longstanding clinical and research interest in extreme exercise physiology and blood supply to the brain at high altitude.

Private contact details

Telephone 0151 929 5181
Private secretary Louise Rule, 0151 604 7530
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Qualification and professional memberships

MB BS / University of Malaya / 1988
Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery

FRCS / Glasgow / 1993
Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons

FRCS (General Surgery) / London / 2004
Fellow of the Royal College of General Surgeons


Professional memberships

British Medical Association

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Current NHS posts

Wirral University Teaching Hopsital NHS Trust

Countess of Chester NHS Trust

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