Our team

Dr Wissam Al Jundi
Consultant Vascular Surgeon and Medical Director
Dr Ananth Krishnan
Consultant Interventional Radiologist and Governance Lead
Dr Mark Regi
Consultant Interventional Radiologist and Training Lead
Dr Thoraya Ammar
Consultant Interventional Radiologist
Dr Abdulrahman Alvi
Consultant Interventional Radiologist

Dr Wissam Al Jundi

Consultant Vascular Surgeon and Medical Director

Dr Wissam Al Jundi

Consultant Vascular Surgeon and Medical Director

Dr Al-Jundi is dedicated to delivering exceptional patient care through up-to-date and high clinical standards. Born in the UAE, he excelled in high school in Abu Dhabi as he achieved the 7th highest score in the UAE and graduated with distinction from Jordan University of Science and Technology medical school in 2004.

After completing extensive surgical training in South Yorkshire, UK, Dr Al-Jundi pursued fellowships in minimally invasive vascular procedures at renowned centres such as Freeman Hospital in Newcastle and the University of Toronto Hospitals in Canada. Alongside his clinical expertise, he holds Mater of Science (MSc) from Cardiff University, Master of Education (MEd) from Sheffield University and Master of Business Administration (MBA) from the University of East Anglia (UEA).

Dr Al-Jundi is a senior clinical lecturer and instructor at UEA, contributing to several educational programs. He has authored numerous publications and is a co-author of two best-selling postgraduate books in basic surgical training. His NHS practice in the UK involves managing a broad spectrum of vascular diseases, and his special interests include complex endovascular aortic procedures, diagnosing and treating thoracic outlet syndrome, and performing endovenous procedures for varicose veins.

Appointed Deputy Medical Director of Veincentre Ltd in 2021, the largest private provider of venous services in the UK, Dr Al-Jundi contributes to leadership and training programs for vascular surgeons and interventional radiologists. Bringing his expertise back to the UAE, he is now Medical Director of UK Veincentre (UKVC) in Dubai, offering comprehensive vein treatment services to the region.

Dr Al-Jundi is not only a dedicated medical professional but also enjoys football, cycling, bodybuilding, and tennis, while cherishing time spent travelling with his small family.

Dr Ananth Krishnan

Consultant Interventional Radiologist and Governance Lead

Dr Ananth Krishnan​

Consultant Interventional Radiologist and Governance Lead

Dr Krishnan serves as the training and education lead at UKVC. Specialising in both arterial and venous procedures, he is well-versed in all aspects of vascular and non-vascular intervention. He offers treatments for pelvic congestion syndrome and excels in diagnosing and treating deep vein thrombosis (DVT).

Having trained in minimally invasive varicose vein treatments under Dr David West at Veincentre Ltd in 2015, Dr Krishnan has now conducted over 2500 laser treatments (EVLA) and performs both foam and microsclerotherapy procedures.

Following a dedicated two-year fellowship in Glasgow, he became a Consultant at Manchester Royal Infirmary in 2012, overseeing the largest vascular unit in the UK. Dr Krishnan now serves as the lead consultant for complex vascular and aortic interventions and the Clinical Director for Governance and Patient Safety in the Division of Imaging.

An accomplished author in Interventional Radiology, Dr Krishnan has multiple peer-reviewed publications in high-impact journals and regularly presents at national and international conferences. His contributions have earned him awards from prestigious societies, including the Cardiovascular and Interventional Radiological Society of Europe (CIRSE) and the British Society of Interventional Radiologists (BSIR). In 2014, he received the CIRSE Editor’s Medal for the Best Scientific Research Paper on Uterine Fibroid Embolisation.

Residing in Manchester with his wife and two daughters, Dr Krishnan is an avid runner who has completed various races, including the Manchester Marathon.

Dr Mark Regi

Consultant Interventional Radiologist and Training Lead

Dr Mark Regi

Consultant Interventional Radiologist and Training Lead

Dr Regi specialises in minimally invasive image-guided surgery, particularly focused on varicose vein treatments. Formerly a lead in Vascular Intervention for trauma and complex aneurysm repair (EVAR) in the UK, Dr Regi received extensive training with UK experts and leaders, choosing a basic surgical rotation for a strong foundation in surgical techniques.

Having trained in minimally invasive varicose vein treatments with Dr David West at Veincentre Ltd in 2014, Dr Regi opened the Nottingham Veincentre Ltd clinic, where he has conducted over 3000 laser treatments and numerous sclerotherapy treatments. With over a decade of experience, he also performs pelvic vein embolisation (PVE) to treat pelvic varicose veins.

Mark is invited faculty at the Cardiovascular and Interventional Radiology Society of Europe (CIRSE), teaching European medical colleagues varicose vein treatments. In addition to being a network clinical lead and interventional radiology trauma lead, he is an associate editor for the trauma journal, contributing to advancing trauma and interventional radiology care.

Passionate about medical education, Dr Regi is an Honorary Clinical Lecturer at Bristol University and the University of Sheffield in the UK, holding a Post Graduate Diploma in Medical Education. For the past decade, he has also volunteered for Festival Medical Services, providing emergency care and coordinating imaging services at music festivals.

Beyond his medical career, Dr Regi enjoys spending time with family, walking his dogs, and cycling in the Peak District.

Dr Thoraya Ammar

Consultant Interventional Radiologist

Dr Thoraya Ammar

Consultant Interventional Radiologist

Dr Ammar boasts extensive expertise in endovascular surgical techniques. Graduating from King’s College London in 1992, she currently practices at Kings College Hospital, a leading teaching hospital and major trauma centre in London, and operates at St Thomas’s Hospital, contributing to an integrated aortic service.

With dual accreditation from the Royal College of Physicians in 2001 and the Royal College of Radiologists in 2006, Dr Ammar specialises in managing complex vascular conditions, with a notable 20-year focus on venous vascular disease. As an investigator in the Academic Unit of Vascular Medicine at King’s College London, she oversaw clinical trials and has authored numerous peer-reviewed publications in prestigious journals.

Dr Ammar is a recognised expert, frequently invited to present and moderate at national and international conferences. Her exceptional achievements have earned accolades from esteemed organisations such as the Cardiovascular and Interventional Radiological Society of Europe (CIRSE) and the British Society of Interventional Radiologists (BSIR). Passionate about teaching, Dr Ammar serves as a clinical and educational supervisor for interventional radiology trainees, extending her expertise to national training courses.

Outside of her professional life, Dr Ammar lives in London with her husband and their two sons. She embraces an active lifestyle, enjoying sports like tennis and running, having completed multiple races, including the London Marathon. Dr Ammar also indulges her adventurous side through scuba diving and loves exploring new destinations through travel.

Dr Abdulrahman Alvi​

Consultant Interventional Radiologist

Dr Abdulrahman Alvi​

Consultant Interventional Radiologist

An astute medical professional with steadfast dedication to the field of Interventional Radiology and 20+ years of clinical experience, initially in surgery and then Interventional Radiology, Dr Alvi has special interests in hepatobiliary, transplant, and interventional oncology, as well as arterial and venous intervention. As a consultant within a pioneering Interventional Radiology group, he is able to tackle diverse and challenging workloads through unwavering commitment.

Beyond practical expertise, he is actively engaged in teaching at various levels, leading to invitations for lectures at national, regional, and international forums. Nominated memberships within the educational committee of Pan Arab Interventional Radiology Society (PAIRS) and the scientific committee for the Saudi Interventional Radiology Society (SIRS), demonstrate an active role in advancing the field.

Dr Alvi offers a staunch commitment to quality processes in medical imaging evidenced through management roles as acting interventional radiology lead and current chairperson for total quality management within the medical imaging department. He is committed to collaboration, teaching, research, audit, and professional development and is continually driven by new challenges with an inherent eagerness to embrace novel projects and roles in dynamic health service.