Mr Hamish Hamilton

Job title

Consultant vascular surgeon



GMC Number


Contact details

Email address:

PA/secretary phone number: 020 7830 2163

Fax: 020 7474 6278

Private practice phone number: 07535 685296

Related services

Vascular surgery


Hamish Hamilton is a fully trained general and vascular surgeon, with over 15 years of experience as a consultant general and vascular surgeon in the NHS. He qualified as a surgeon with American Board Certification in general surgery in 1992. He has specialised in both open surgical and keyhole endovascular techniques to treat peripheral arteries and veins, including aortic aneurysms and other aortic pathology, varicose veins, venous thrombosis, painful legs due to blocked arteries, leg ulcers, hyperhidrosis and narrowed carotid (neck) arteries to prevent strokes. He is part of an on call emergency service at the Royal Free vascular hub, and can advise on vascular problems encountered by other surgical specialties. He has a wide knowledge of general surgical problems, and is interested in laparoscopic surgery including laparoscopic hernia repair and cholecystectomy. His research interests include aortic endovascular stent grafting to treat aortic aneurysms and modern treatments of veins. He also provides an out-patient consultation service at Barnet Hospital and Chase Farm Hospital.


  • Failure modes, complications and  limitations  of Aortic dissection treatment. H Hamilton , S Patel , J Constantinou, K Ivancev  Endovascular Today, 2014:31-35
  • Results of Aortic Arch Repair by TEVAR with the Cook Internally Branched Device. S D Patel, J Constantinou, H Hamilton, K IvancevItalian Journal of Vascular Surgery – Accepted March 2014
  • A rare and potentially fatal cause of popliteal fossa swellingA Kelay, J  Constantinou, H Hamilton . BMJ, December 2013 – Accepted  Feb 2014
  • The role of permissive hypotension in the management of ruptured abdominal aortic aneurysms .H Hamilton, J Constantinou, K Ivancev J Cardiovasc Surg, 2014:151-9
  • A Shaggy aorta is associated with mesenteric embolisation in patients undergoing fenestrated endografts to treat paravisceral aortic aneurysms . S Patel, J Constantinou, H Hamilton, M Davis, K Ivancev. EJVES, 2014: 374-9