Mr Simon Hobbs

Mr Simon Hobbs is a Vascular and Endovascular Surgeon and one of the founder members of the Black Country Vascular Network. He completed his undergraduate education at Birmingham University in 1998 and then undertook basic and higher surgical training in the major vascular units in the West Midlands. He was awarded the prestigious BSET Endovascular Fellowship post in Liverpool, gaining experience in the management of complex aortic aneurysms. He has a passionate interest in the management of abdominal aortic aneurysms and lower limb peripheral arterial disease. Mr Hobbs has a specialist interest in providing high quality varicose vein and thread vein treatments specialising in minimally invasive, local anaesthetic techniques that are performed as walk-in, walk-out procedures.

Specialises in:

  • Vascular and Transplant Surgery
 

Recent Reviews

 
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22nd May 2017
Written by a patient at Russells Hall Hospital

I would like to thank Mr Simon Hobbs for the new lease of life I have been given. Prior to the operation I was extremely nervous and apprehensive which was understandable but the care I received from Mr Hobbs and also the nurses at Russell's Hall Hospital was second to none. The operation went smoothly and the aftercare was brilliant with lots of support and nothing was too much trouble and I can't thank Mr Hobbs and the nurses enough for what has been done for me. Thank you Ernest Freeman

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16th May 2017
Written by a member of staff at New Cross Hospital

he listens to your symptoms , explains and understands your concerns. He is a credit to the NHS

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5th May 2017
Written by a patient at New Cross Hospital

I first saw Mr Hobbs in November 2016 about vein problems and was immediately Impressed with his professionalism and his manner. I told him at the time the whole outpatients experience and his work was appreciated. I had an operation on April 28 and I believe that the experience was the best I have had during 60-odd years of NHS treatment. From the time I turned up and saw a receptionist and was met by nurses Bassi and Josi I was impressed with their care and diligence. In the operating theatre the nurses - two Jane and a Janine- quickly put me at ease and Mr Hobbs was very re-assuring and the nurses were friendly and quite funny. After the operation I said: "If the NHS could bottle this efficiency and atmosphere it would be going places." I was very impressed by the whole experience and would recommend Mr Hobbs to anyone who needed his assistance. He is a polite and unassuming man and was most anxious to put me at my ease - and performed a very successful operation. I must say the whole hospital experience at New Cross was highly professional and it was a pleasure - well almost! - to be treated there.

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3rd April 2017
Written by a patient at New Cross Hospital

From the first consultation with Mr Hobbs for Thoracic Outlet Syndrome, I felt like he totally understood how I was feeling and the impact being in pain was having on my life and lifestyle. He listened to me wth empathy and I genuinely felt like he wanted to help me. Mr Hobbs arranged appropriate tests quickly and when it was decided (jointly) I would be having surgery he explained everything so I felt very reassured. My surgery went well and I had immediate positive results. He then arranged post-operative physio and timely follow-up appointments. Mr Hobbs professionalism has been second to none, I would have no hesitation in recommending him.

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25th January 2017
Written by a carer at New Cross Hospital

The care and treatment given by Mr Hobbs was outstanding . After suffering for many years with very painful ulcers on her ankles she was given treatment and they healed . When discharged he said to ring if we had any further problems . We did have cause to do this it was on a Friday Mr Hobbs was on holiday his secretary rang him and told him how worried we were, she rang us back and said to bring her to see him on Monday . The unrelated problem was very serious and thanks to his quick and caring response she is now cured and was discharged on 23 Jan 2017.Many many thanks Mr Hobbs .


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Where this Doctor works


Nearest Vascular and transplant surgeons

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9.2 miles

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12 miles

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28.3 miles

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28.5 miles


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