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Mr Simon Marsh

General Surgery

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Profile Summary

Qualifications

MA MD FRCS Eng FRCS (Gen Surg)

Special Interests

Liver surgery, Hepatology, Vascular surgery, Cardiothoracic surgery

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Professional Biography

Simon Marsh trained at Trinity College Cambridge and the Clinical School, Addenbrookes Hospital. He was one of the few students to be awarded the William Harvey Studentship in consecutive years.

He qualified in 1987, having been awarded a BA in 1985. In 1992 he was made a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons in England and granted an MA from Cambridge. {{ label }}

In 1996 he was awarded an MD by the University of Cambridge and received the Intercollegiate Fellowship in General Surgery.

In 1999 having been appointed as Consultant surgeon in Colchester he joined the team at 108 Harley Street. In 2006 he halved his workload within the NHS to dedicate more time to work here.

Following qualification he developed an interest in sports medicine and has advised on many sports, including equestrian events, motorcycle speedway and rugby. This expertise has ensured his success since joining The Gilmore Groin and Hernia Clinic where he has become adept and experienced in assessing, diagnosing and treating patients not only with hernia of all types but also with Gilmore’s Groin.

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