Mr. Jeremy Crane MBChB MD FRCS

Vascular Surgeon / GMC: 4417914

After qualifying from the University of Liverpool in 1997 Mr Crane completed his house jobs at the Royal Liverpool University Hospital, St Georges, Chelsea and Westminster, St Mary’s and Great Ormond Street Hospitals.

Mr Crane then underwent Higher Surgical Training in North West London completing vascular surgery training at St Marys’ Hospital and specialist transplantation surgery at Hammersmith, St Georges and Guy’s Hospital.

In the hiatus between basic and higher surgical training, he undertook a postgraduate degree at Imperial College and St Mary’s Hospital and was awarded a Doctorate of Medicine from the University of London for his MD Thesis in the subject of haemodynamics and blood flow patterns in vascular surgery.

Mr Crane specialist interests include vascular access surgery and mainstream vascular surgery. In addition he has wide experience in other general surgical conditions and in the management of complex wounds.

Mr Crane was appointed as a Consultant Vascular and Transplant Surgeon at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust in 2011. He is based primarily at Hammersmith Hospital where he provides a kidney and pancreas transplantation service and has set up a program of vascular access surgery for haemodialysis patients - the first of its kind in West London.


Mr. Jeremy Crane

Specialist Treatments


"Thank you Mr Jeremy Crane for giving me new life..."



"Never seen a surgeon who has such impressive people skills as Mr. Crane."



"My Mum's knight in shining armour - Jeremy we are so grateful."



"I was told he was the best and after my operation, I realised that he is the best."



"Mr Crane was excellent at motivating my mother to take care of her health between appointments. He built up an excellent rapport with her and always treated her with respect and took her views into account."


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