After qualifying from the University of Birmingham, Sarah undertook surgical training in the West Midlands. She was awarded her Doctorate of Medicine by Leicester University for her research into aneurysm repair, and then went on to train as a Vascular Surgeon in Surrey and London, working at Frimley Park Hospital, St Thomas’s Hospital and St Mary’s Hospital.
Sarah now works as a Consultant Vascular Surgeon at King’s College and St Thomas’s Hospitals. She currently specialises in endovascular aneurysm repair, vascular access surgery and varicose vein surgery in the NHS.
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