Dr Jeremy Taylor
Dr Jeremy Taylor qualified from St Bartholomew’s and Royal London Hospital School of Medicine and Dentistry in 1998. He completed his basic surgical training at Royal Surrey County Hospital and MRCS examinations in 2002. He subsequently obtained and completed his Specialist Registrar training in Clinical Radiology in 2007. His SW Thames Radiology rotation included experience at the St George’s Hospital, Atkinson Morly Neurosurgical Unit, Royal Marsden Hospital and Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital. During which time he underwent Focussed Individualised Interventional Radiology training at the HPB Unit at King’s Hospital London. After obtaining the Fellowship of the Royal College of Radiologist he successfully completed an Interventional Fellowship at St George’s Hospital and was awarded the Ratcliff Interventional Oncology Fellowship at UCH, London.
In 2010 he obtained Diagnostic and Interventional Radiology Consultant post at Frimley Park Hospital NHS Foundation Trust which has recently been rated the second best healthcare trust in the country. Over the last three years he has been an integral member of the Regional Vascular Unit performing all types of complex aortic and peripheral interventions. Frimley Park Hospital is the regional vascular hub unit with supporting spoke hospitals at Basingstoke and Guildford. Recently he has been part of the development of thrombolysis services for acute deep vein thrombosis and renal denervation for resistant hypertension.
He is an active member of the Surrey Vascular Group which serves West Surrey, East Berkshire and North Hampshire as well as the British Society of Interventional Radiology, Cardiovascular and Interventional Radiology Society of Europe and the recently established Regional Interventional Radiology On Call Network. He works closely with the Urology Department to offer all types of uro-interventional procedures including percutaneous nephrolithotomy and the Obstetrics and Gynaecology Department to offer uterine fibroid embolisation in selected patients. Using the experience gained from the Ratcliff Interventional Oncology Fellowship he has developed a radio-frequency ablation service for the minimally invasive treatment of lung tumours.
Whilst trained in all aspects of Diagnostic imaging he has developed a special interest in Hepatobiliary, Small bowel, Gastro-intestinal, Urology, Vascular and Oncological Imaging and provides both local and regional MDT imaging support for these services. He has published in the following peer reviewed international publications: Cardiovascular and Interventional Radiology, Journal Vascular Surgery, European Journal of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery, British Journal of Urology and Journal of Endovascular Surgery.
He regularly contributes to the following national registries and trials BSIR BIAS Registry (Iliac angioplasty and stenting 2011 to date), National Vascular Database (EVAR and OR for AAA), IMPROVE Trial (rEVAR vs OR of AAA 2012 to date) and FEMME Trial (UFE vs Myomectomy 2013 to date).