Mr Daryll Baker
Consultant General & Vascular Surgeon
BSc, MB BCh (Oxford), PhD, FRCS(Eng), FRCS(Ed), FRCS(Gen)
Practices at: BMI Hendon Hospital
Mr Baker has been a Vascular Consultant Surgeon for over 15 years and runs a busy NHS Vascular practice at both the North London major teaching hospitals, the Royal Free Hospital and University College Hospital. His surgical practice embraces all open and endovascular interventions in arteries and veins. He leads the largest hyperhidrosis service in North London.
Mr Baker is the Vascular Surgical Clinical lead for North Central London managing all the vascular services between the Royal Free Hospital, the Whittington Hospital, the North Middlesex Hospital, Barnet and Chase Farm Hospitals, University Hospitals and the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital.
He is a Senior Lecture in Vascular Surgery at University College London and he and his research team have written and presented over 150 academic papers both nationally and internationally. He is on the Editorial council of the British Journal Surgery and reviews papers for four other journals . He is the Surgical External examiner for the University of Brighton and Sussex, the Royal College of Surgeons of Ireland Medical School and the Malaysian Penang Medical School. He is regularly the external examiner for the Sri Lankan College of Surgeons.
Mr Baker has been a council member of the Vascular Society, Association of Surgeons of Great Britain and Ireland and Surgical Academic and Research Society.
- Vascular surgery and disease management
- Carotid disease and stroke prevention
- Aortic aneurysms including endovascular stenting
- Hernia surgery
- Treatment for hyperhidrosis
- Poor blood supply to the legs including varicose veins, aching legs (claudication), leg swelling, DVT, leg ulcers
- Royal College of Surgeons of England
- Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh
- Vascular Society
- Society of Academic and Research Surgeons
- Association of Surgeons of Great Britain and Ireland
- European Society for Vascular Surgery
- Medical Defence Union
- General Medical Council
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