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Dr Andrew Baxter

Consultant Radiologist
MB, ChB, FRCR

Practising at

Spire South Bank Hospital

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Treatment information

Some of the principal treatments carried out by Dr Andrew Baxter at Spire include:

Other treatments

Radiology: Chest Radiology, Gastrointestinal radiology, Paediatric radiology

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Professional profile

Dr Andrew Baxter has been a Consultant Radiologist since 1998 and has lived and worked in Worcester since 2002. Dr Baxter is a general radiologist but has a special interest in chest and abdominal imaging with lead responsibilities in the cancer multidisciplinary teams covering these areas.


Clinical Interests

Radiology
Gastrointestinal radiology
Paediatric radiology

Upper and lower gastro-intestinal radiology, Thoracic radiology,

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Qualification and professional memberships

Professional memberships

the Royal College of Radiologists

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Current NHS posts

Consultant Radiologist, Worcestershire Royal Hospital and Kidderminster Treatment Centre

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Personal Profile

I am married and have two young daughters who are both of school age. Outside work, I am fond of outdoor life, particularly walking, mountaineering, tennis, golf and. kayaking.

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Private contact details

Telephone 01905 362 223
Email andrew.baxter1@nhs.net
Private secretary Claire Harris