Dr Christopher Watts underwent his medical training at St. Bartholomew’s Hospital Medical School. He obtained Membership of the Royal college of Physicians before going to Oxford to train in radiology, completing that in 2007. He then underwent an interventional radiology fellowship at the Austin Health hospital in Melbourne Australia following which he was appointed as a consultant radiologist at Salisbury District Hospital in 2009. His specialist interests are interventional radiology and cross sectional imaging and performs both vascular and non vascular intervention. He brought Uterine Fibroid Embolisation to Salisbury District Hospital in 2012.

Current Position

  • Consultant Radiologist, Salisbury District Hospital
  • Teaches on the ‘Interventional Radiology the Basics’ course at the Peninsula Radiology Academy
  • Clinical lead for the CT Department at Salisbury District Hospital

Relevant Qualifications

  • MBBS 1995
  • BMedSci1994
  • MCRP
  • FRCR 2006

Professional Memberships

General Medical Council

Royal College of Radiologists

British Society of Interventional Radiologists

Cardiovascular and Interventional Radiology Society of Europe