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Miss Sophie Renton


Consultant Vascular Surgeon

Enquiries - 020 8869 3390 or

Areas of Expertise

Varicose veins and thread veins
Leg ulcers
Peripheral Vascular disease
Carotid artery disease
Vascular procedures including:
For varicose veins: VNUS, open venous surgery, foam sclerotherapy and microsclerotherapy.
For Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm (AAA): open and endovascular repair.
For TIA and Stroke: Carotid endarterectomy
For peripheral vascular disease: Angioplasty and bypass surgery
For excessive sweating – Botox, ETS (sympathectomy)
General surgery: Removal of skin lesions/cysts under local anaesthetic

Special/Research Interests

Arterial and venous disease

Current NHS and/or University post(s)

Consultant Vascular Surgeon at Northwick Park Hospital

Professional and Personal profile

Miss Sophie Renton is a Consultant Vascular Surgeon at Northwick Park Hospital and an Honorary Senior Lecturer for Imperial College.

She qualified in 1983 from the Middlesex Hospital, University of London. She became a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons in 1988. Her higher surgical training took place in North West and South West Thames. During  this time, she undertook a period of research at St Mary’s Hospital and completed her MS higher degree.

She has been a Consultant in Vascular Surgery at Northwick Park Hospital since 1996. Her Vascular Surgery workload includes open and endovascular repair of aortic aneurysms, carotid endarterectomy and peripheral bypass surgery. She is part of the multidisciplinary team caring for patients for the foot complications in diabetes. She has extensive experience in the management of venous conditions including varicose veins, venous ulcers and the post phlebitic leg. She introduced endovenous surgery in to her trust. She regularly performs a wide range of techniques including VNUS, foam sclerotherapy and microsclerotherapy for thread veins.


Royal College of Surgeons (England)
The Vascular Society
Association of Surgeons of Great Britain and Ireland
Royal Society of Medicine
Venous Forum
The Hospital Consultants and Specialists Association

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