The Circulation Clinic Surgical Team:
Robert S M Davies
MBChB MMEdSci, MD, FRCS
Mr. Davies graduated from the University of Birmingham in 1999 and undertook his surgical training in the West Midlands. During this period, he was awarded a Masters degree in Medical Education (MMedSci) from the University of Nottingham for educational research in the field of limb salvage surgery, and a Medical Doctorate in surgery (MD) from the University of Birmingham for research in the field of endovascular (key-hole) aortic aneurysm surgery.
Mr. Davies was admitted to the Fellowship of the Royal College of Surgeons (FRCS) in 2011. He was awarded a British Society of Endovascular Therapists (BSET) scholarship in 2011 during which he undertook post-certification specialist training in complex lower limb endovascular therapies.
Mr. Davies is an experienced consultant vascular and endovascular surgeon at University Hospitals of Leicester and an honorary senior lecturer in medical education at the University of Leicester. He is regarded as a national expert in peripheral arterial disease and has a sub-specialist clinical interest in vascular conditions affecting the leg. He is the Clinical Director for the UHL Vascular Limb Salvage (VaLS) Service and pioneered the Vascular Limb Salvage Academy for which he was awarded ‘most inspiring role model’ by the University Hospitals of Leicester.
He maintains an active research profile in both clinical and educational fields of practice and is a member of the UK Specialist Advisory Committee (SAC) for Vascular Surgery and Board of Examiners for the FRCS Vascular Surgery. He is a regular speaker at national and international conferences and is widely published in the medical literature.
His areas of clinical expertise include:
What Mr. Davies' patients think...
'I could not fault my consultation with Mr Davies. He was extremely friendly yet professional and dealt with my problem admirably. I would recommend him to anyone.'
'Treated with respect and professionalism'
'Very professional and friendly approach'
'Mr Davies explained the ailment and procedure very clearly'