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Mr Paul Moxey
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Mr Paul Moxey is a Consultant Vascular Surgeon at St George's University Hospitals NHS Trust and Kingston Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. He is responsible for the teaching and training of St George's University medical students and junior doctors within the vascular unit at St George's Hospital and is a clinical lead for lower limb surgery and amputations.

Pauls practice encompasses all aspects of vascular surgery from varicose veins to carotid disease, but he has a particular focus on peripheral vascular disease. He has an interest in keyhole angioplasty techniques for opening arteries and 'hybrid' techniques that combine keyhole and open surgery to restore blood flow.  Paul specialises in general vascular surgery including carotid artery disease and aneurysms. He has a particular interest in lower limb peripheral arterial disease, diabetic foot problems and varicose veins. He prefers to use minimally invasive techniques to treat these conditions including angioplasty, endovenous laser, radiofrequency ablation, ClariVein® mechanical sclerotherapy and the latest VenaSeal™ glue technology.

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Medical Procedures

  • Microsclerotherapy
  • Radiofrequency varicose vein treatment
  • Angioplasty
  • Endovascular surgery

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Special Interests

  • Limb saving bypass surgery
  • Lower limb revascularization  
  • Diabetic foot problems
  • Varicose veins
  • Vascular disease
  • Vascular radiology
  • Vascular surgery 


In 2002 Mr Paul Moxey completed his medical training at Imperial College, London, and entered higher surgical training in the London and Kent, Surrey and Sussex Deanery. Paul was awarded the Certificate of Completion of Training in General and Vascular Surgery in 2017.  His final two years of training at St George's Vascular Institute and St Thomas' Vascular Unit in London included an interventional fellowship. That is where he became proficient in keyhole angioplasty techniques for restoring blood flow to the legs.

Between 2009 and 2011 Paul underwent a period of formal research training at St George’s, University of London, and was awarded an MD for his thesis examining the outcomes of patients undergoing limb saving bypass surgery or angioplasty in England.  He is an Honorary Senior Lecturer at St George's University of London for research and teaching.