Mr Keith Jones
Consultant Vascular Surgeon
BM BS, BSc, MS, FRCS (Gen Surg), PCME
Practices at: BMI The Princess Margaret Hospital
Keith qualified originally at St Bartholomew’s Hospital London, then began surgical training in Reading and Oxford before undertaking Higher Surgical training in South West Thames. He undertook research into Aortic Aneurysms at Charing Cross Hospital with his work published in the prestigious Circulation Journal and for which he was awarded a higher degree (MS).
As a trainee Keith was the representative to the Vascular Society and as a Consultant he has had a strong interest in training was an Inaugural Vascular Training Programme Director, the Deputy Chair of the Vascular Surgery Specialist Advisory Committee and the 2021 Curriculum lead. In 2018 Keith was elected the Chair of the Vascular Society Training and Education Committee. He is also an examiner for the Joint Committee of Intercollegiate Examinations FRCS (Vasc) examination. Since November Keith has been the Surgical director of the Intercollegiate Surgical Curriculum Programme.
While having undertaking all aspects of arterial and venous disease, Keith has helped develop minimally invasive (endovenous/ keyhole) varicose vein surgery in each of his Consultant posts. He also has a particular interest in lower limb arterial disease with respect to prevention, early recognition and surgical intervention. He has set up award winning Diabetic Foot clinics with a track record for enhanced limb salvage. He is regularly asked to lecture and teach on these topics.
- Vascular Society of Great Britain and Ireland ; Executive Council Member, Chair of Training and Education Committee
- Vascular Surgery Specialist Advisory Committee; Deputy Chair
- Joint Committee of Intercollegiate Examinations; Vascular Surgery Examination Board
- British Medical Association; Member
- Medical Defence Union
Keith provides a full range of Vascular Surgery Practice. With respect to Venous disease he has developed a practice assessing all aspects of leg swelling and for Varicose Veins provides a wide range of interventions that has followed the development of minimally invasive techniques (such as Radiofrequency Ablation) with rapid recovery.
With respect to arterial disease Keith has a particular interest in lower limb salvage surgery that is based on a practice of early and thorough arterial assessment of both peripheral vascular disease and the arterial change of diabetes with its Diabetic Foot presentations. Keith has a full practice in the management of Abdominal Aortic Aneurysms and Carotid Surgery for the prevention of Stroke.
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