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Dr Haroun Gajraj
is Director of The Melbury Clinic. He is a trained vascular surgeon and worked as consultant in the NHS for over 13 years. He is lead clinician for The Melbury Vein Clinic and has special expertise in treating varicose veins and thread veins with the latest and most advanced non-invasive techniques. He specialises in “walk in, walk out” treatments that avoid painful stripping under general anaesthetic. He is a member of the Vascular Society of Great Britain and Ireland and the Venous Forum of the Royal Society of Medicine. He also specialises in the latest anti-ageing treatments for the hands including prominent veins and "age spots".
"I am committed to providing the highest standards of service at The Melbury Clinic and I am supported by a team of experts and clinic staff as well as secretarial and administrative staff. At The Melbury Clinic we continuously strive to improve quality and service."
Training & Experience
Medical Graduate of Kings College Hospital, University of London
Vascular surgery training at St George's and St Thomas's hospitals, London
Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of England
Member of the Vascular Society of Great Britain and Ireland
Member of the Royal Society of Medicine and Venous Forum
Member of the American College of Phlebology
Founding member of the British Association of Sclerotherapists
Director of VeinCare Training
Director of The Melbury Clinic
Previously Consultant Vascular Surgeon in the NHS for over 13 years
Previously Clinical Director of Surgery at Yeovil District Hospital
Previously Surgical Tutor at the Royal College of Surgeons of England
Previously Honorary Lecturer in Surgery University of Bristol Medical School
Haroun has a blog to share his experience of treating people with vein problems, comments on new developments and to offer tips on looking after your veins. He would be delighted if you visit his blog . You can also keep up to date by visiting his Facebook page .