Dr Shaun McGee was appointed Consultant Radiologist in Salisbury in 1995. He was educated at The Queen’s College, Oxford and then trained in Medicine at St Thomas’s Hospital Medical School, University of London. In 1991 he was Research Fellow in Gastrointestinal Radiology at St Mark’s Hospital, London, then senior registrar in Radiology at the University Hospital of Wales in Cardiff, and in 1994-95 Associate Professor of Radiology at Duke University Medical Centre, North Carolina, USA. Shaun is a general radiologist with special interests in gastrointestinal/abdominal radiology and oncology imaging.

Dr McGee is very interested in teaching at all levels, has been a member of the Specialty Training Committee in Wessex, and also nationally for the Royal College of Radiologists. He is currently a Senior Examiner for the final fellowship examination of the Royal College of Radiologists. Shaun is a member of the National Cancer Peer Review panel. His current research interests include the use of pro forma reporting in the radiology of cancer patients and the role of MRI in the management of rectal cancer, and has co-authored numerous papers on the subject. He has been voluntary Chairman of Trustees of the Salisbury Hospice Charity since 2007.

Current Position

  • Consultant Radiologist Salisbury NHS Foundation Trust
  • Consultant Radiologist Ramsay New Hall Hospital
  • Chairman of Trustees, Salisbury Hospice Charity
  • Senior Examiner, FRCR, RCR

Relevant Qualifications

  • BA (Oxon) 1980
  • MB BS (London) 1985
  • Membership of the Royal College of Physicians (UK) 1989
  • Fellowship of the Royal College of Radiologists 1993
  • Fellowship of the Royal College of Physicians 2008

Professional Memberships

Royal College of Radiologists

British Institute of Radiology

British Medical Association

British Society of Gastrointestinal and Abdominal Radiology

Medical Defence Union

General Medical Council