Mr James Crinnion is a General and Vascular Surgeon and his NHS base is Whipps Cross University Hospital, East London. His clinical interests include arterial surgery, cosmetic treatment of varicose veins (thread veins), endovenous laser ablation and endocrine surgery.
Mr Crinnion graduated from Leeds University Medical School in 1987 and achieved an MD Thesis in vascular surgery in 1998. He spent his registrar training at St Mary's Hammersmith and Chelsea and Westminster hospital. Mr Crinnion's research experience is in arterial surgery for which he was awarded the degree of Doctor of Medicine (MD) for a two year research project. His practical experience of arterial surgery was gained at the internationally renowned Vascular Unit at St Mary's Hospital, Paddington, London.
Mr Crinnion has developed a large NHS practice specialising in general, vascular and endocrine surgery. He has a particular interest in major vascular surgery, thyroid and parathyroid operations and minimally invasive treatments for varicose veins. He is very experienced in endovenous laser treatment (EVLT) and has performed over 500 procedures.
Mr Crinnion has been Chairman of the Court of Examiners for Royal College of Surgeons (2010-2012) and Chairman of the North-East Thames Specialist Training Committee for General Surgery (2011-2014).