Mr Andrew McIrvine is a Consultant General and Vascular surgeon with a specialist interest in endocrine surgery, treatment of vein related problems and surgical management of thoracic outlet syndrome.
Mr McIrvine graduated from Medical School in London in 1974. He trained in a number of renowned hospitals across the capital including St Thomas' Hospital and Kings Hospital. As part of his training he completed fellowships at Brigham and Womens’ Hospital (Harvard University), Boston and Groote Schuur Hospital in Cape Tow, South Africa. Mr McIrvine is currently appointed as a consultant vascular surgeon at Guy's and St Thomas NHS Trust as well as Darent Valley Hospital, Kent.
Mr McIrvine is highly respected in his field and has held a number of leading positions. He has served as Chairman of the Regional Higher Surgical Training Committee and is a past President of the Section of Surgery of the Royal Society of Medicine. He received the Bronze National Clinical Excellence Award.
When he is not in the operating room, Admiral McIrvine can be found pursuing his passion for sailing.
Thoracic outlet syndrome
Parathyroid gland surgery
MB BS 1974 University of London
General surgery From 16 May 1996