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Mr Akin Oluwole is a Consultant Vascular and Endovascular Surgeon specialising in varicose veins surgery and Complex Endovascular aneurysm repair, currently working for Nottingham University Teaching Hospitals. His areas of interest include treatment for varicose veins, abdominal aneurysms, carotid surgery for stroke prevention, peripheral vascular disease, botox treatment for sweaty armpits (hyperhidrosis) and swollen and painful leg conditions.
He graduated from the University of Lagos, Nigeria in 1989 and then completed his postgraduate studies in the UK. He undertook his training in vascular surgery and complex endovascular aneurysm repair in Nottingham. He has over 18 years experience in varicose veins surgery and regularly treats more than 30 varicose veins patients each month, he therefore is highly experienced in his field of expertise.
Mr Oluwole also actively teaches within this clinical field. He has taught vascular surgery worldwide; in the UK, Africa, Singapore. At Nottingham University Hospitals he developed and he is the lead surgeon for complex endovascular aneurysm programme. He organizes the yearly Cadaveric Vascular Training workshops for vascular trainees. He has attained a master’s degree in Law with a specialist interest in clinical governance and risk management.
Mr Oluwole is involved in weekly soup kitchen for the homeless in Nottingham through his local church, he is also involved with international charitable organisations regularly providing vascular surgery for deprived areas in Africa.
- Keyhole Endovascular Aneurysm Repair
- Carotid surgery for stroke prevention
- Botox treatment for (hyperhidrosis) sweaty armpits
- Varicose veins surgery
- Endovenous radiofrequency ablation
- foam sclerotherapy
- Microsclerotherapy for thread veins
- Bypass surgery for blocked arteries
- Carotid Artery Disease
- Thread Veins
- Aortic aneurysms
- Varicose Veins
- painful legs
- swollen legs
- leg ulcers
I am writing to express my sincere gratitude for the excellent care which I received at Queens over the weekend of 28th and 29th March. I was admitted as an inpatient on ward E16 under the care of the vascular surgeons following infection of a gangrenous foot which required urgent debridement. The Covid-19 crisis was clearly taking hold and the whole hospital, cit and indeed the country was clearly preparing for an onslaught of medical need. Despite this, your medical, surgical nursing and ancillary staff remained calm, professional and unfailingly kind to me and my fellow patients. I was treated promptly. Communication skills and explanations were excellent and the quality of care was first-rate throughout and delivered with good humour and empathy. I would like to thank Mr Oluwole for agreeing to proceed with surgery under such difficult circumstances and for performing an operation to spare as much tissue as possible, his registrar for his expert and close attention and monitoring and the consultant anaesthetist for taking the time to perform a difficult local never block for my benefit when general anaesthetic would not doubt have been les trouble. The nursing staff in theatre and on ward E16 were kind, attentive and very caring in the best traditions of their profession and the NHS. I hope every concerned reads my thanks.
My goodness sir, the treatment, the welcome, the professionalism shown to me on my visit. I was amazed but oh so very appreciative, I skipped out of the treatment centre walking on air. After the first six months of firstly being in great pain, hardly able to stand for more than 20 minutes & then in stork fashion! - no the nights up scratching the leg, that now gave way to varicose eczema, please imagine if you will the appointment being brought forward 3 months to help me - I cant ever thank yourself and your fab team for setting me free from the confinement my life had taken on. People at home have been wonderful I've had so many people help me, support me and the church also said prayers for an end to this for me. For such devotion to your job. I was no longer a number, I felt by your team also the help + the interest to get me better was paramount and to me and my friends and family - this has given me such a different look to the future I'd dreaded. Being alone it wasnt always as easy, as you know my husband died 10 years ago. I unashamedly prayed to be taken with him when the pain and itching were beyond my endurance. So please imagine if you will Mr Oluwole, Clare, Rachel and Daisy the happiness you have released back into my life. I am indebted to you are your team
Extremely professional with an excellent, reassuring and, when appropriate, humorous bedside manner. Took the time to explain every aspect of the proposed procedure and to answer any questions. Very easy to converse with, exuded confidence and knowledge of his specialist area.
It is a year ago since I had my varicose vein removed by Mr Oluwole. It has been life-changing for me. I wear dresses every day thanks to him. His expertise, kindness and gentle manner put me at ease throughout my experience. No one would ever know which leg was operated on and I would like to thank him once again.
Dear Mr Oluwole just a big thank you to yourself and all your medical team for the care that was given to my husband during his endovascular aneurysm repair. I would also like to thank you again for your hospitable and understanding attitude to both of us.
After my all-clear last week at King's Mill, I wish to express my heartfelt thanks to you for your expertise, and to your theatre team for the way you treated me at Queens Medical. Everyone was so kind, yet so professional It meant a great deal to me. My family also wish to thank the high dependency units for their kindness and consideration, both myself and for themselves, when they visited. Last but not list, I wish to thank all the doctors, physios and nursing staff on ward E15 for their constant care and kindness day and night no matter what pressures they were under.
Dear Mr Oluwole, just a short note to say a big Thank you for looking after my husband during his operation last Wednesday. He is feeling very well. Please also say a big Thank you to all your team.
Mr Oluwole, I would like to thank you and your team for the expert dedication and care that you all gave for the repair to my aneurysm. My wife and I would also like to thank your secretary Rachel Blackman for the paperwork, the leaflets she sent us was informative, very useful and easy to understand. Finally I would like to say that you are all a credit to the Medicine field.
Mr Oluwole and his vascular surgery team. Thank you for looking after me so well and setting me on the road to recovery.
Mr Oluwole, Firstly I must apologise for the delay in getting in touch with you to thank you and your team for the care given to my husband over the past years, especially the few months prior to having his complex aneurysm treated. A bid Thank you to James your secretary so for many of your team have made it possible for him to be where he is Today.
Thank you for the excellent care and kindness I received last Friday at the treatment centre for vascular surgery. You all made me feel very much at ease, and everyone was very caring.
Mr Oluwole, the few words I am writing from deep down within my heart to Thank you. There are no words that I can find to tell you how grateful I am for the wonderful care you gave to me through my operation, you Mr Oluwole have given me my life back so Thank you on behalf of myself and my family, you truly are very special gifted man who we will never forget.
Mr Oluwole and his team. This is a heartfelt Thank you from me that all who dealt with me. I was quite scared on my arrival but you were all so very kind and reassuring! Once again I thank everyone. My leg is quite pleasant to look at now and hopefully, I will be back in the saddle very soon.
Mr Oluwole, I wanted to express my gratitude for your kindness, professionalism and expertise when you performed bilateral Endovenous ablation for me several weeks ago. The procedure was successful and I'm very pleased.