Mr Jenkins is a Consultant Vascular Surgeon at St Mary’s Hospital, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust with an expertise covering all vascular conditions from varicose veins to complex aneurysms.
Mr Jenkins was appointed to a Consultant post in 2002 and is currently the President of the Vascular Society of Great Britain and Ireland, Director of AAA screening in NW London, previous chair of the Circulation Foundation and recent past President of the British Society of Endovascular Therapy. In the immediate past he was responsible for opening and developing the Major Trauma Centre at St Mary’s Hospital and was the Director between 2010 to 2016. The vascular unit at St Mary’s is a tertiary referral centre for thoraco-abdominal aneurysms and dissections with an active programme of endovascular stenting of arch, thoracic and abdominal segments. Involvement with a wide range of custom endovascular devices and the robotic endovascular programme completes an innovative practice.
Mr Jenkins trained at The Middlesex Hospital, London and qualified in 1989 as the Broderip Scholar. He trained in surgery at Charing Cross, UCL, The Royal Brompton, Royal Marsden and Royal Free hospitals and was awarded the Gold medal at FRCS. Appointed as a Consultant to St Mary’s and Chelsea and Westminster Hospitals in 2001, he has since developed both a local and a tertiary referral practice. He acts as a reviewer for many vascular journals and examines at FRCS (Vasc) and FEBVS, the UK and European vascular exit exams respectively.