Mr Nee Beng Teo
Consultant Vascular & Endovascular Surgeon
MBChB (Glasg), FRCS(Edin), MD (Glasg), FRCS (Gen Surg), PG Certification in Medical Ultrasound
I have been a consultant vascular surgeon since 2011 and am currently working at the South Mersey Arterial Centre at the Countess of Chester Hospital as well as Warrington and Halton Hospitals.
Throughout my previous training in vascular surgical specialist units, I was exposed to a wide variety and high volume of elective vascular operations. I can perform varicose vein operations (primary and redo) and endovenous foam injection sclerotherapy, laser ablation therapy, radiofrequency ablation therapy, ClariVein sclerotherapy or VenaSeal™ therapy for venous conditions.
I also manage carotid, aneurysm, peripheral vascular and diabetic foot diseases as well as leg oedema or ulcers. I perform carotid endarterectomy with patch plasty (under local or general anaesthesia), aortic surgery for aneurismal and occlusive disease, local femoral reconstruction, fem-fem cross-over, axillo-femoral bypass, fem-popliteal bypass, fem-distal bypass, fem- or popliteal-pedal bypass, digital and major lower limb amputations. I also perform endovascular stenting for the repair of abdominal aortic aneurysm (EVAR).
I am an Honorary Senior Lecturer at the University of Liverpool and Salford University. I teach medical students from the University of Liverpool and am also an OSCE examiner for the University. I enjoy teaching and have been awarded with an Educational Merit Award by the Warrington General Hospital Medical Education Department.
I am a panel interviewer for the National Recruitment of surgical trainees as well as an Educational Supervisor for the vascular core and specialist trainees. I am involved in the specialist training and education committee (STEC) for vascular surgery. I am also a faculty member of the Liverpool and Chester Basic Surgical Skills Courses as well as the Manchester Cadaveric Surgical Skills Courses. I have been appointed as a Vascular Intervention Module Leader in a Vascular Surgery MSc Course at the University of Salford.
As part of clinical governance, I have been appointed as an Audit and Mortality and Morbidity Lead at the South Mersey Arterial Centre at the Countess of Chester Hospital. My role is to coordinate, guide, support and supervise vascular audit and research projects. Apart from mortality and morbidity meetings, I also organise monthly audit and research meetings along with educational presentations by guest speakers. As for the regional academic activity, I am a Co-Secretary for the Mersey Vascular Group and co-host of North West Annual Vascular Meetings.
Some of the principal treatments carried out by Mr Nee Beng Teo at Spire include:
MB ChB / University of Glasgow / 1994
Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery
MD / University of Glasgow / 2003
Doctor of Medicine
FRCS (Gen. Surg.) / Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh / 2007
Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons
Postgraduate Certificate in Medical Ultrasound / University of West England / 2010
Mersey Vascular Group
North West Vascular Group
Audit Lead (South Mersey Arterial Centre)
Co-Secretary of Mersey Vascular Group (SMART and LIVES Vascular Centers)
Co-Secretary of North West Vascular Group (Mersey and M60 Vascular Groups)
Honorary Senior Lecturer (University of Liverpool)
Honorary Senior Lecturer (University of Salford)
Mortality & Morbidity Lead (South Mersey Arterial Centre)
OSCE Examiner (University of Liverpool)
Vascular Intervention Module Leader in a Vascular Surgery MSc (University of Salford)
Consultant Vascular and Endovascular Surgeon at:
Countess of Chester Hospital
Warrington and Halton Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Outside work I am a keen sportsman and enjoy various sports, in particular table tennis and badminton. I also enjoy swimming and cycling.
|Telephone||Spire Cheshire: 01925 215 087, Spire Yale: 01978 262 424|
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