Providing exceptional vascular consultancy and aftercare treatment  

The London Vein and Vascular Partnership (LVVP) offers the highest quality treatment of diseases that affect the vascular system, including varicose veins, spider veins, aortic aneurysms, carotid atherosclerosis and peripheral vascular disease. We offer a full range of out-patient consultation, diagnostic services, ambulatory and in-patient treatment. The LVVP offers services in a number of facilities, sited throughout inner and South-West London.

The Partnership was formed by two Consultant Vascular and Endovascular Surgeons, Professor Ian Loftus and Mr Paul Moxey who both have appointments at the prestigious St George’s Vascular Institute. LVVP offers the most modern, technologically advanced, minimally invasive procedures for a variety of vascular and venous disorders.

The Partnership approach ensures that our patients have constant access to our consultants in the most convenient location.


Professor Ian Loftus

Consultant and Professor in Vascular and Endovascular Surgery

Professor Ian Loftus trained as an academic vascular surgeon in Leicester and was appointed as a Consultant at St Georges Hospital, London in 2004 to help develop a complex vascular and endovascular practice.

Since then he has been appointed as a Professor in Vascular Surgery at St Georges University of London, Director of the Regional Aneurysm Screening Programme and Clinical Tutor for Critical Care at the Royal College of Surgeons of England. He sits on the Council of the Vascular Society of Great Britain, and the British Society for Endovascular Therapy. He has been part of the national quality improvement programme (QIP) for vascular surgery, including the lead for the London Aneurysm QIP, and Department of Health working party on peri-operative care. He recently became Chair of the National Vascular Committee for Audit and Quality Improvement and is the National Lead for Revalidation in Vascular Surgery.

Professor Loftus runs a clinical research unit at St Georges Hospital and has a track record in clinical and scientific research into vascular disease. He has published almost 200 papers and contributed to numerous books relating to vascular and venous disease.

Areas of interest:

All vascular disease and varicose veins, including endovenous treatments (radiofrequency, laser, clarivein and sclertherapy). I also have interests in popliteal entrapment and thoracic outlet syndromes.


Mr Paul Moxey

Consultant in Vascular Surgery

Mr Paul Moxey is a Consultant Vascular Surgeon at St George's University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and Kingston Hospital NHS Foundation Trust.

Paul completed his medical training at Imperial College, London, in 2002 and entered higher surgical training in the London and Kent, Surrey and Sussex Deanery before being awarded his Certificate of Completion of Training in General and Vascular Surgery in 2017. His final two years of training at St George's Vascular Institute and St Thomas' Vascular Unit in London included an interventional fellowship where he became proficient in keyhole angioplasty techniques for restoring blood flow to the legs.

Between 2009-11 Paul underwent a period of formal research training at St George’s, University of London, and was awarded an MD for his thesis examining the outcomes of patients undergoing limb saving bypass surgery or angioplasty in England. Paul has published and presented extensively on the subject of lower limb revascularisation, limb salvage, the management of diabetic foot problems and varicose veins. He continues to be actively involved in research in this rapidly expanding field. In 2015 he completed a Masters in Surgical Education (MEd) from Imperial College that paved the way for his interest in teaching and training. In 2016 he became a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of England.

Paul was appointed Consultant Vascular Surgeon at St George's and Kingston Hospitals in April 2017. His practice encompasses all aspects of vascular surgery from varicose veins to carotid disease but he has a particular focus on peripheral vascular disease. He has an interest in keyhole angioplasty techniques for opening arteries and 'hybrid' techniques that combine keyhole and open surgery to restore blood flow. In 2018 he was appointed Honorary Senior Lecturer at St George's University of London.

Areas of interest:

Peripheral vascular disease; varicose veins; leg ulcers; diabetic foot problems; carotid disease; aortic aneurysms; lymphatic problems; thread veins; sclerotherapy.