Dr Ronald Beaney

Dr Ronald Beaney

BSc, MBChB, MD, FRCP, FRCR

Oncology

46 years of experience

Subspecialty

  • Clinical Oncology
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Languages spoken

  • English
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Registered with

  • General Medical Council: 1342251
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    Practices worked at

    The Wellington Hospital

    St Johns Wood, London, United Kingdom, NW8 7JA
    777 reviews

    Sydney Street Outpatients and Diagnostics Centre

    Sydney Street Outpatients and Diagnostic Centre,102 Sydney Street Chelsea, London, United Kingdom, SW3 6NR
    71 reviews

    About

    Dr Ronald Beaney did his undergraduate training in Scotland followed by posts abroad and in the UK. His oncology training was at the Hammersmith Hospital in London where his MD thesis was on the role of positron emission tomography in oncology. He has been a Consultant Clinical Oncologist attached to Guy's and St Thomas and Kings College Hospitals in London. He has produced more than 100 publications on a range of oncological topics.

    Dr Beaney's major clinical interests lie in tumours of the brain (gliomas) and pelvis (prostate and gynaecological tumours). He is a member of several UK, European and American Cancer Societies and examiner for the Royal College of Radiologists.


    Diseases, Medical Tests and Treatments

    Cyberknife

    Gammaknife

    • Clinical oncology 
    • Gynae
    • Prostate
    • Bladder
    • Central nervous system tumours
    • Testicular Cancer
    • Renal Cancer
    • Ovarian Cancer
    • Neuroendocrine Tumours (NETs)
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    Medical procedures

    • Mastectomy
    • Oncoplastic Surgery
    • Radiotherapy
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    Special interests

    • Bladder Cancer
    • Cervical Cancer
    • Neuroendocrine Tumours (NETs)
    • Ovarian Cancer
    • Prostate Cancer
    • Renal Cancer
    • Testicular Cancer
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    Education

    • BSc
    • MBChB
    • MD
    • FRCP
    • FRCR
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