Professor Stephen Black

Professor Stephen Black


General Surgery

24 years of experience
11 years as a specialist

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  • Vascular Surgery
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Languages spoken

  • English
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  • General Medical Council: 4765765
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    Practices worked at

    The Harley Street Clinic

    35 Weymouth Street, london, United Kingdom, W1G
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    Mr Stephen Black is a Consultant Vascular Surgeon and Clinical Lead for Venous and Lymphedema surgery at Guy's and St Thomas' Hospital. He has a specialist interest in the treatment of both superficial (varicose) and deep veins using minimally invasive techniques.

    He completed his medical training at the University of the Witwatersrand in South Africa before completing a MD degree at St Marys Hospital and Imperial College, London. He was awarded the fellowship of the European Board of Vascular Surgery in 2011. He was appointed a as a consultant to St Georges Hospital, before transferring to Guys and St Thomas Hospital in 2014.

    Alongside his clinical work, Mr Black has active interest in teaching and is an examiner for the Fellowship of the European Board of Vascular Surgery Exam. He is also on the program committee for the European Venous Forum Hands on Workshops (EVF HOW) and the Charing Cross Vascular Symposium, the largest vascular meeting in the world. 


    • Varicose Veins Surgery
    • Endovenous Radiofrequency Ablation
    • Endovenous Laser Ablation (EVLA)
    • Video Consultation
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    Special interests

    • Varicose Veins
    • Thread Veins
    • Aortic Aneurysms
    • Aortic Dissection
    • Chronic Venous Insufficiency
    • Lymphoedema
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    MB BCh University of the Witwatersrand

    MD Imperial College, University of London 2009


    • Fellowship of the European Board of Vascular Surgery
    • Programme Director for the Charing Cross Venous Meeting
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